Masters degree to be financially feasible, Financial Econometrics

If an MBA cost $35,000 and money can be invested to earn 7 percent, how much does the annual salary for a person holding a masters degree have to exceed that of other college graduates for the masters degree to be financially feasible? (Assume a 35-year working life.)

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