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Median Salary: $62,855
"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: $45,001
"Aspiring office managers should have excellent communication, problem-solving, and managerial skills, as they are responsible for all activities, projects, and employees of their offices. It is essential that office managers work well in fast-paced environments, as they must oversee several ongoing projects at once."
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|Best Schools by ROI||20 Yr. Net ROI|
|United States Merchant Marine Academy (USMMA)|
|Harvey Mudd College|
|Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT)|
|SUNY - Maritime College|
|Colorado School of Mines|
|California Institute of Technology (Caltech)|
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Associate of Applied Science (AAS)
$32,448 - $84,737
Bachelor of Arts (BA)
$35,607 - $108,109
Bachelor of Business Administration (BBA)
$38,876 - $110,132
Bachelor of Science, Mechanical Engineering (BSME)
$53,241 - $117,946
$36,742 - $109,030
Master of Arts (MA)
$37,742 - $105,700
Master of Science (MS)
$45,772 - $127,303
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