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Among the most distressing facts of the Great Recession is the length of unemployment. Previously, job seekers could expect a search to last four to six weeks for every $10,000 they expected to earn. The average length of unemployment now extends more than seven months, more for senior job seekers and high-income earners. Executives whose industries have been hit especially hard face even greater periods out of work or may never work in their fields again. So, it’s fair to ask the question: “At what point is it time to start considering a different line of work?”
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This year the MBA who landed the highest annual base salary–a whopping $350,000 to start–graduated from the University of Pennsylvania’s Wharton School and went into a private equity job with a firm in New York. The starting salary alone was more than three times as much as the median pay–$110,000–of the MBA’s classmates and 14 times the $25,000-a-year job the lowest-paid Wharton MBA assumed. Not bad in a year when the job market for MBAs improved but was still not vastly better than 2009. Yet, that highly-paid person is hardly unique. MBAs from at least five U.S. business schools–Wharton, Stanford, Chicago, Columbia and Northwestern–report that the highest base salary received by a Class of 2010 graduate was $300,000 or more. Harvard Business School’s top grad this year pulled down a $250,000 base salary, while the highest paid at MIT’s Sloan School got $180,000 in base pay.