Are people who studied Business Administration and then teach it in academia failures or just very fond of the subject? If it is other fields like natural sciences or medicine, you can tell right away that they are the top of the top. But what about BA?
The top of the top don't teach, they have more lucrative things to do. Professors will inevitably be those who can't put into practice what they learned. The best teachers are not paid to teach.
Some of the business profs at my university earn $400-500k/year just teaching undergrad classes. This is at a good school in Canada though the business faculty here isn't world-renown or anything like that.
I don't know about other institutions/areas but that seems like success to me, especially when you consider that a lot of them have already had their primes in the business world and now just relax without stress while earning really comfortable money doing what is probably a chill job.
I didn't study business in university at all but that sounds like a great life path. The real sharks will probably stay clear from academia though.
>Professors will inevitably be those who can't put into practice what they learned.
Do you think they have the knowledge? That their research is real and genuine and will help a businessman. Only that they don't have the capacity to apply the knowledge?
>Some of the business profs at my university earn $400-500k/year just teaching undergrad classes. This is at a good school in Canada
Profs do NOT earn $500k/yr. Even Harvard professors only make like $200k starting at best.
Here you go, friend. Admittedly nobody on this list breaks 500k (but it's much higher than you seem to think) - though I was nearly certain I had read about a few of those before. I think this information omits some 'expenses' and other things like research grants and whatnot that they also get money for that are not covered under salary.
Kek. Like I said, I genuinely have no idea how it is in other places but it's really easy to find out the simple facts for Canadian institutions. All of our top universities are public so the finances need to be as well.
Seems like an ideal life path for someone like myself but I don't know if I could deal with the inevitable amounts of bullshit that academia probably throws at you.
Being a prof seems fun as fuck.
>Bunch of nerds paying big money to listen to you babble on
>Respected by everyone
>Easy as fuck
>Probably get tight female student pussy(or boipucci if that tickles your fancy)
Some do some don't.
But being a professor gives a lot of perks. If the pay is not that great (sometimes it is really great), you can get super cheap housing, incredible pay for talks at seminars etc, and great connections for anything you need in life, now and later. Also selling text books is big money. Plus the reputation of being a professor.
Business Administration is pretty useless for skills, it's just a screen to keep neets out. You don't actually learn anything you couldn't learn on the job in 4 years, with taking a few legal courses on the side