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Business Schools Find Women Hard To Draw

1992, New York Times News Service

St. Louis Post - Dispatch (pre-1997 Fulltext), Sep 27, 1992, p.1E

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    Business Schools Find Women Hard To Draw
  • Author: 1992, New York Times News Service
  • Description: Marilyn C. Cooper is the kind of woman who could someday put business schools out of business. An idealistic honors student at Wellesley College, she is precisely the sort of young go-getter whom many business schools would love to go get. Typical? You bet. Much to the consternation of the nation's leading business schools, more and more young women who could easily join the next generation of business leaders are turning off to high-powered careers in business, the kind that often call for a name-brand graduate-school education as a prerequisite. Though many business schools are also experiencing a drop in male applicants because of the economy and a growing feeling that the schools have failed to teach the right skills, a greater proportion of women seem to be reaching the conclusion that the MBA is not worth it. The decline is seen both in the number of applications and in the number of entering students.
  • Is Part Of: St. Louis Post - Dispatch (pre-1997 Fulltext), Sep 27, 1992, p.1E
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