<<a typical MBA degree qualifies you to apply for a job running the Xerox machine.>><<Computer programmers and electical engineers, however....tarting salaries are around $40,000+ ---TRULY OBSCENE. >><<Anyone what to come and work in Chicago??? :)>>Simple supply and demand. MBAs (plus BAs and BSs in finance or business) are a dime a dozen coming out of college these days, but CS grads have been falling for the last decade. (Can't speak for EEs, but would imagine the same trend as CS grads)Not that I'm complaining. Life's good for the technically competent these days. And there's no reason to move to Chicago. Sunny Atlanta is green in more ways than one.....Cheers,Shealy
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