How important is GPA in getting jobs?
Because you can get a great job and make great money.
You need a 3.6 to be competitive. But there are stories of students getting in with 3.2 and 3.3's. There are other factors as important, if not more important. Such as MCAT score, EC's, etc. But if your GPA is low you will not get a scholarship. So you could be paying up to $200,000 for 4 years of medical school.
What does getting Cs and Ds throughout your university major have to do with how well you perform at your job?
With respect to future job interviews which does more matter and is more important the Comulative GPA OR Major GPA and especially for business students finance?
One major question that comes from many college graduates is how much a GPA matters when it comes to getting a job in the real world. The answer varies based on field and end goal. For education related jobs or getting into grad school GPA does matter, however when it comes to most fields a person’s grade point average just is not very important compared to a host of other factors when it comes to…