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Median Salary: $25,800
"A marketing manager is a person within a company who supervises and helps create the various advertising or merchandising sales campaigns the business uses to sell itself and its products."
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Median Salary: $30,667
"Mechanical engineers participate in the planning and manufacturing of new products by performing engineering duties and developing, designing and testing mechanical devices."
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Median Salary: $32,822
"Pharmacists work primarily for pharmacies and drugstores; however, hospitals and medical clinics may employ their own pharmacists to dispense drugs directly to patients."
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$13,765 - $39,677
Anglia Ruskin University
$12,675 - $24,862
University Of Hertfordshire
$9,750 - $15,135
University of London
$11,310 - $57,171
University of The West Indies - Mona
$19,747 - $133,970
University of the West Indies - St. Augustine
$8,580 - $132,000
Associate of Applied Science (AAS)
$10,287 - $17,550
$10,214 - $54,000
Bachelor of Arts (BA)
$12,675 - $29,250
Bachelor of Business Administration (BBA)
$11,374 - $19,839
$8,615 - $57,392
Master of Business Administration (MBA)
$19,767 - $394,530
Master of Science (MS)
$19,968 - $137,175
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