When comparing prospective earnings for varying careers, it is clear that a business
degree can lead to a significant increase in earning potential. For example, the
Bureau of Labor Statistics reports that in May 2008 Idaho workers across industries
and at all levels of education made an average annual wage of $37,710, or $17.94
per hour. At the same time, Idaho management occupations had an annual average wage
of $73,960 ($35.56 per hour) and Idaho business and finance operations occupations
paid an annual average wage of $54,650, or $26.27 per hour.
If you are interested in the exciting prospects that come with earning a degree
in business, take the next step towards your Idaho business career by finding an
accredited school offering an on-campus or online business degree program that will
provide you with the skills and knowledge you need to succeed as a business professional.
Browse through the below list of schools to find the Idaho business degree program
that is right for you.