The Mba: It's Still A Guy Thing
Wander inside the classroom of a top-ranked business school these days, and you might be surprised by what you see. Once the exclusive stomping grounds of privileged white men, today's B-schools are an international panoply of races and religions. The diversity of many schools' students now reflects the multiethnic global economy in which most MBAs expect to work. But take a closer look, and you'll see there's one group that's still way underrepresented. Those diverse faces belong primarily to men. While other professional schools, such as law and medicine, have boosted their ratio of women to almost half, at top B-schools, the percentage hovers below 30%--virtually unchanged from a decade ago.
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