Networking 101

<<Previous: Telling Your Story Networking is one of the most important parts of the MBA job search. In fact, it’s estimated that over 70% of jobs are found through networking, not through postings! While the degree of networking varies some by company and industry, effectively getting the word out about yourself and actively listening and

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Telling Your Story

<<Previous: Thinking Like a Recruiter So far we’ve been talking about how to best set yourself up to target the right companies. You’ve researched what industries are a good fit for you based on some serious self-reflection and have a sense of what your top two or three roles to focus on will be. After

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Five More People You Meet in Business School

To commemorate the start of 2017, we’re revisiting a post from last year: The Five People You Meet in Business School. That article was a light-hearted look at some common MBA personas that our users encounter every day at business school, and it seemed to resonate with enough readers that we decided to do it

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Making The Most Of Company Briefings

Employers spend a lot of money to find and hire MBA candidates. While the average cost of a new MBA hire is over $10,000 — more than twice the national hiring cost average of $4,000 — that expense can skyrocket to over $100,000 for high-value consulting or finance roles at top programs. That’s right: Some

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