B is clearly wrong modifier cuz the modifier is modifying the action not the nown. so B is clearly wrong..
should be A.
it cannot be A. the participial phrase in A modifies manager. That was the intent of this question.
read page 57.http://www.manhattanreview.com/download ... -Guide.pdf
I believe both answers are correct in their respective ways, but B is much more clear.
i do not believe both are correct. B is clearly wrong and cannot be correct.
again, this modifier modifies the action of career switichers, not the career switchers. so it should be at the end to modify the whole clause not the noun.
i never saw any SC question like this one (similar to B). any example from OG? OG examle make sense.
is not really apealing and manhattan review
is not really effective and persuading.