If you are a graduate with a Bachelor's degree you will be eligible for an MBA or Master's degree years later. You may already be employed or already have a job in your field. But, if you plan to pursue further education it is very important that you do not wait until you have had a few years of experience.
When you graduate with a Master's degree, you have the opportunity to take up a Master's degree in any area of study. There are a number of areas where the degree is necessary to qualify for a promotion within your chosen field. If you have had a great amount of experience in your chosen field, you can choose to get a Master's degree in business management and continue to work in your field to boost your chances of getting hired or getting raises. If you have not yet worked in a business that falls into your chosen field of study then you can now apply for a Masters degree in Business Administration and become an administrator for a business unit within the company.
If you plan on getting a Doctorate in a certain area there are other opportunities as well. Many times when you go to school for a doctorate in a particular area you are also working towards a doctorate in another area of study. You can take up a PhD in any area of study and combine your education with your career. You will be able to teach in hospitals, research, and even go back to school to get another doctorate if you wish.
The more education you receive in the field of your choice the easier it will be to get a job after you have a bachelor's degree. You will have more skills that employers look for and your salary will be greatly increased if you choose to take further education in your chosen field.
Graduate students often have difficulty getting jobs right after graduating because they may not be employed yet. This is where it can be helpful to have a Master's degree. Many employers consider you more qualified to hold . . . . . . a higher paying position since you have more experience, you are more competent and because you have the additional knowledge necessary to hold a higher paying position.
You may also find that your future employers will be more open to hiring graduates who have a Master's degree because they are willing to accept that you may not have the exact degree you want. and may be willing to take the extra time to train someone who has the needed qualifications to do your job.