For MBAs, Wall Street Loses its Luster

Wall Street has long been a popular destination for MBAs, but many students are reassessing its allure as firms slash pay and hiring targets Photograph by Steve Lewis/Getty Images

At age 25, Jason Kingery took a buyout from Citigroup and headed to business school at the University of Chicago’s Booth School of Business.

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