Jobless MBAs Opt for EntrepreneurshipAlison Damast
Lindsay Giovachino was feeling frustrated as she approached her business school graduation this past May at the University of Miami School of Business(Miami Full-Time MBA Profile). Like many of her classmates, she had cast a wide net in her job search, applying for management jobs in fields ranging from the nonprofit world to the music industry, with little luck. The final blow came when people started suggesting that Giovachino, an aspiring singer and songwriter who goes by the stage name Lucia, take an unpaid internship with a record company. "To hear that was like a nail in heart," Giovachino says. "I just spent all this money getting my MBA and I couldn't deal with starting at the very, very bottom."
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