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seems like the stats there are for undergrad business majors. _________________
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You are correct. Nevertheless, it's a positive sign. Plus there is significantly less supply of grads from Top 20 b-schools. A lot of these companies (McKinsey, Goldman, IBM, etc, etc.) that have formal programs to recruit from undergrad, also do the same for MBA schools. The economy is soft, no doubt, but the number of students (supply) from Top 20 programs is relatively unchanged year over year.
If companies hire recent grads for 3 years out, and I'm applying for entry fall of 2009, then I guess I should be looking at what the economy will do in 6 years. I still feel confident about my decision to go to b-school. Might be a false confidence, but please, don't burst my bubble _________________
------------------------------------ J Allen Morris **I'm pretty sure I'm right, but then again, I'm just a guy with his head up his a$$.