Outsourcing the MBA Job HuntGeoff Gloeckler
Until recently, MBA students had the job recruitment process down to a science. Recruiters would come to campus, students would interview for summer positions, everyone would get an internship, and at the end of the summer, most would return to campus with a full-time job offer in-hand. Unfortunately, that formula isn't working at the moment. Fewer companies are coming to campus, and those that do are hiring fewer students. Because of this, many members of the recently graduated MBA Class of 2009 are still jobless nearly three months after graduation, and prospects for the Class of 2010 aren't looking much better. So B-schools are calling in reinforcements.
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