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The U of Phoenix....They dinged me! :(

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Employment rates were down across the board for the recent year according to US News stats. Columbia, Michigan & Duke were all below 80% at graduation, while Yale & UCLA were below 75% at graduation. I understand that for many schools this was actually a function of a very good MBA job market. More people were willing to graduate without jobs in hand so that they could pursue the riches of PE/VC/HF firms that do not recruit on a regular schedule and tend to hire people as needed.

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pelihu wrote:
Employment rates were down across the board for the recent year according to US News stats. Columbia, Michigan & Duke were all below 80% at graduation, while Yale & UCLA were below 75% at graduation. I understand that for many schools this was actually a function of a very good MBA job market. More people were willing to graduate without jobs in hand so that they could pursue the riches of PE/VC/HF firms that do not recruit on a regular schedule and tend to hire people as needed.


That is a relief to hear. I saw the emplyment stats and started to worry. Thanks, P for the informed input.

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How can one see the 2006 USnews rankings?
Does anybody here have the list?
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