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You Need To Check Out This Toronto Event If You Want A Higher A Salary When You Graduate

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You Need To Check Out This Toronto Event If You Want A Higher A Salary When You Graduate
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Most people think the idea of having a high-paying, respectable job that you love can be stashed away with other unattainable dreams, like owning a home in your 20s. But it doesn't have to be that way. If you lay the foundations properly now by getting the most relevant qualifications, you'll quickly find that getting your dream job is actually within reach!

Whether you're a professional seeking to return to school and earn a grad degree to advance in your career, a current student wanting to continue your academic ambitions, interested in studying abroad, or even want to change industries altogether, you probably already know that having a graduate degree pays.

In fact, a grad degree doesn't just get your foot in any old door; it could send you on the fast track to reaping the benefits of a greater salary and building your dream life. There is clear and proven ROI in pursuing a graduate degree. According to PayScale, the average salary for all MBA grads, for example, is at least $82,000 with the possibility of reaching a six-figure salary(!). It gives you the tools to start your own business, become a respected leader, and move up the career ladder.

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If you want to stand out from a pool of job candidates with the same qualifications as you, having a grad degree just might give you a serious edge on the competition.

Today’s job market demands a higher degree of specialization and skills, and that means — for a lot of jobs — an undergrad degree just doesn't cut it anymore. If upgrading your degree to a masters (or beyond!) is something you're seriously considering — or even something you've never thought of before — there's one Toronto event that can give you all of the grad-degree related information you'll ever need to make a sound decision.

The QS World Grad School Tour will be coming to Toronto on Tuesday, Jan. 28, 2020, at the Metro Toronto Convention Centre.

Interested in attending? Anyone who stops by the event is given the opportunity to talk face-to-face with 25+ top grad schools from around the world including U of Toronto, LBS, Queen’s U, Imperial College, and NYU - Tandon! You'll also receive admissions resources and tips through presentations, networking opportunities, and valuable interactions with recruiters.

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The event is absolutely 100% free to all attendees, with the QS World Grad School Tour providing everything there is to know about earning a grad degree under one roof! This includes a professional LinkedIn headshot, resume review, access to a pool of scholarships worth up to $7M, and so much more.

All of this is FREE of charge for those attending, so register today! Space is limited. As mentioned, you'll get the opportunity to meet face-to-face and basically "speed date" the best grad schools from around the world.

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QS World Grad School Tour

What: An event placing top grad schools — and key information about getting into them — under one roof.

Where: Metro Toronto Convention Centre, 255 Front St W, Toronto, ON M5V 2W6

When: Tuesday, Jan. 28, 2020 from 3:00 pm - 8:00 pm

Cost: FREE!

Visit the QS World Grad School website to register now. Check out their Facebook, Instagram, and Twitter pages for more details.

Miranda Cipolla
Sponsored Content Contributing Writer, Studio
Miranda Cipolla was a Sponsored Content Contributing Writer for the Studio department focused on sponsored content and was based in Montreal, Canada.