Average salaries for a bachelor's business degree

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A bachelor's degree is a higher education degree that typically takes four years to complete. The average salary for a person who holds a bachelor's degree depends on experience and the type of business degree he holds.

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BS in Business Management

In July 2009, people who hold a bachelor's of science (BS) in business management averaged £25,708 during their first year of employment and £27,964 for the first one to four years. A professional with a BS in business management typically averaged £51,134 once they reached 20 years of employment.

BS in Business Administration

In July 2009, the average entry-level salary for a worker with a BS in business administration was £25,577 and was £28,470 through the first four years of employment. During the 10th through 19th year, professionals with BS degrees in business administration average £44,528, while those with 20 years of experience or more received an average of £50,170.


A bachelor's of business administration (BBA) earned professionals an average of £25,316 during their first year of employment and £27,249 through year four. People with a BBA degree averaged an annual salary of £49,541 with 20 years of experience or more.

BA in Business

In July 2009, workers who earned a bachelor's of arts (BA) degree in business received an average salary of £25,736 for their first year of employment, then earned an average of £28,283 through the fourth year. After working for 20 years in their field, professionals with a BA in business achieved an average salary of £49,800.

BA in International Business

Employees who earned a BA in international business enjoyed the highest average salaries of all baccalaureate business majors in July 2009 with £26,226 for their first year of employment, £26,942 for years one through four, and £52,037 for 20 years of experience or more.

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