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"There are a number of legitimate reasons why people believe or think that they do not have the time in their busy lives to spend studying towards an MBA degree in Australia. One of the main reasons why people such as moms and dads do not want to pursue this time consuming study is because family obligations naturally take up a lot of their free time. That leaves very little time over to concentrate and use towards studying for and graduating with an MBA degree. This is even more the case, in other words more spare time is used, if the student, namely moms and dads, have to spend more time if they have very young and or young children.
This usually leaves very little or no time to follow even a part-time MBA degree curriculum. The fact is that between the moms and dads full time jobs together and at the same time studying for an MBA degree, the time spent on the studies alone can total as many as one hundred hours a week".
"Most married people, moms and dads, soon realise that this amount of time spent on studying for an MBA degree in Australia does not leave enough, if any time, over to attend to all their family responsibilities. When it comes to young single people who want to study for an MBA degree there are a number of different issues that convince them, legitimately, as to why they do not have the time to study for this type of intensive time consuming qualification. One of these issues is that many young single people have a huge group of friends and an active busy social life. These young people soon realise or work out that putting in the enormous amount of time needed to qualify for their MBA degree in Australia will remove virtually their entire and leisure time that they would have usually spent with their large circle of friends".
"Once they realise that this is in fact exactly what they will have to do and accept, most young people are usually reluctant to sacrifice the time as well as the usual long contact times with all their friends. They are not prepared to sacrifice their time with their friends for as many years as it takes to get their MBA degree in Australia and experience the long term benefits of what the degree will bring to them in the future. A number of young people still want to pursue their MBA degree, but rather want to wait a few years and during those years gain the associated work experience and then after that apply for and study for their MBA degrees".
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