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Why do I need an MBA in South Carolina?

BMW is one of South Carolina’s largest employers. Their sole manufacturing plant in the country is in Greer, a suburb of Greenville SC. South Carolina has become a magnet for industries looking for affordable space and work force. GE Gas Turbines also manufactures in Greenville - an MBA in South Carolina could gravitate to Greenville or Spartanburg and find a number of employment opportunities with manufacturers or service providers. 

Spartanburg Regional Health Care employs several thousand people to provide care throughout the area. Organizations this size are going to have business units functioning as stand-alone economic units. That means they will require financial accounting, operational management and someone who understands the importance of ethics and responsibility in business. Those considering MBA programs in South Carolina will find a wealth of opportunity in the health care field.

If working for an energy monolith interests you, the U.S. Department of Energy employs 14,000 people at the Savannah River nuclear plant in Aiken. The plant is run under contract by a number of firms, Bechtel among them.  The opportunities for a South Carolina MBA cross the entire spectrum of management. Managing production teams or other work units is an integral part of a facility this size.

Explore your options and request information from some of the top schools offering associate, bachelors and MBA programs in South Carolina.

MBA Career Salaries in South Carolina*

  • Financial Analyst salaries in South Carolina :
    • Charleston - $43,670
    • Charlotte - $64,270
    • Columbia - $53,470
    • Florence - $41,990
    • Greenville - $51,620
    • Myrtle Beach - $49,580

  • Human Resource Manager salaries in South Carolina :
    • Charleston - $65,930
    • Columbia - $64,390
    • Florence - $81,110
    • Greenville - $73,330
    • Spartanburg - $87,090

  • Marketing Manager salaries in South Carolina :
    • Richmond County - $70,680
    • Charleston - $66,910
    • Columbia - $68,360
    • Florence - $80,960
    • Greenville - $80,040
    • Myrtle Beach - $72,600
    • Spartanburg - $82,200

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* BLS South Carolina business career mean salary statistics 2005