Should You Skip the MBA?
Ryan Holmes

It’s true that MBAs may not suit everyone but I found some of the numbers here not convincing enough to be a deal breaker of not getting one.

2008–2009 was the two years when the entire economy functioning badly. When you quit your job by 2007 and graduate by 2009, it’s pretty normal that you don’t get a job.

A 66-percent increase in numbers of graduates in 10 years is not as astonishing as it sounds like.

There are Bill Gates , Steve Jobs and people like you who succeeded without a higher education. But that’s not the case for everyone.

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