Advice on Tackling the Job Market

Jacqueline Wilbur, director of MIT's Career Development Office, says there are still plenty of employment and internship possibilities, you just have to know your targets

Jacqueline A. Wilbur is director of the MBA Career Development Office of the Sloan School of Management at Massachusetts Institute of Technology (No. 4 on BusinessWeek's biennial B-school rankings). She began working at MIT in 2000. Before moving to Cambridge, Mass., she served from 1997 to 1999 as president of the premier organization for career-services directors, the MBA Career Services Council. She was also an assistant dean at Georgetown's McDonough School of Business for six years. In the early 1990s, she led Babson College's MBA Career Services Office.

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