A degree in business can not only expand your career options, it can also increase
your earning potential, as shown by data collected by the Bureau of Labor Statistics
and reported in the May 2008 State Occupational Employment and Wage Estimates. This
data reveals that Vermont workers in all occupations were making an average annual
wage of $39,780, which is an average hourly wage of $19.12; whereas, workers in
Vermont management positions made an average annual wage of $89,180 ($42.87 per
hour) and Vermont business and financial operations occupations paid an average
annual wage of $57,810 ($27.79 per hour).
Create a foundation on which to build your successful Vermont business career by
selecting the right accredited online or campus-based program to help you achieve
your goals. Browse our comprehensive list of schools offering accredited business
degree programs to find the program that is right for you.