Data from the Bureau of Labor Statistics shows that Illinois professionals in careers
that typically require a bachelors degree have the potential of earning significantly
more than average when compared to workers in all occupations. For example, the
annual average wage for all workers in Illinois in May 2008 was $45,020, or $21.64
per hour; whereas Illinois management occupations had an annual average wage of
$101,370 ($48.74 per hour) and business and finance operations occupations in Illinois
paid an annual average salary of $66,790 ($32.11 per hour).
Browse through our comprehensive list of schools offering accredited online and
campus-based business degree programs, listed below, to find the business degree
program that will assist you in launching your Illinois business career. Finding
an accredited business degree program is an important first step towards your career.
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