The Bureau of Labor Statistics also reports that many Connecticut careers requiring
a degree in business can be quite lucrative. In the May 2008 Occupational Employment
and Wage Estimates report for Connecticut, data shows that management occupations
paid an annual average wage of $108,700 ($52.26 per hour) and business and financial
operations occupations paid $73,010 ($35.10 per hour) on average at that time. When
compared to the annual average of $49,530 ($23.81 per hour) paid across occupations
in all industries at that time, it is clear that a degree in business can lead to
a much higher than average salary.
The first step towards establishing a foundation on which to build your Connecticut
business career is to find an accredited business degree program that can provide
the education you need to successfully enter your chosen area within the business
field. Below you will find our comprehensive list of Connecticut business schools
with accredited business degree programs. Take the next step towards your Connecticut
business career by requesting information from these schools offering online and
campus-based Connecticut business degrees.