Study: Business School Grads Are Most Likely To Be Under-EmployedA business bachelor's degree leaves you most likely to be underemployed. So says the website payscale.com.
Wharton School Teaches High School Business Teachers About BusinessThe Wharton School and a major financial services firm are putting on a three-day seminar, beginning tomorrow, to teach high school business teachers more about their subject.
The Growing Specialized Business DegreeLatest figures show that there are more than 52,000 students in specialized grad programs across the country.
Temple Business Students Hope E-Portfolio Gives Them An Advantage In Job Hunt"You can put your resume on there. You could put information on there about what you have done. So you could write a little blog post about a recent job you've had. some students have created a video resume," Munir Mandviwalla with the Fox School of Business says.
Economic Crisis Brings Opportunity Yash Gupta, dean of Johns Hopkins University’s Carey Business School, suggests in <em>The Chronicle of Higher Education</em>, that the collapse of the economy, showing our ineffective and even destructive business methods, has created opportunity.