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Is anyone who either just started school or will start shortly experiencing these? I always thought that I knew what I wanted to do after completing an MBA, but recently I have been filled with doubts.
I have gotten into the school I was shooting for, and now with the economy the way it is and the fear of change that I think lives in most of us, I am petrified.
Anyone been through this and have some advice to share?
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Unless you have just left a very lucrative job and taken a very big risk in trying to return to something similar in the same industry, I dont think you should be too worried.

Plus not much you can do about the economy, that is and always has been an unknown, but having said that, even in the worst of times there were always opportunities going around ... I'd say can your worries for a couple of years and enjoy B-school !
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Take one step at a time. Focus on your MBA and give your hundred percent, everything will become very clear before then.

I am not doing my MBA currently. I still have doubts about whether to do it or not due to post MBA jobs and the loan.
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Congratulations on getting into your target school. You shouldn't be panicking, what has come down will irrefutably have to come back up.
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I would n't worry about it. If you are graduating in good school, then you will recoupe the money in few yrs.
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