A new MBA is an asset in a tough jobs market

Graduates leaving business school this summer are being hired for finance and tech jobs

Jonathan Moules

The coronavirus pandemic has created a double blow for graduating MBA students because they were also unable to celebrate on campus alongside classmates, says Sanjeev Khagram, dean of Thunderbird School of Global Management at Arizona State University. “The Class of 2020 just completed a historically challenging semester, and now masters graduates are facing the most difficult job market since 2008’s global economic crisis.”

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