Businessweek: "Does Working Before B-School Cost Grads $112,000?"

April 16, 2012 — Associate Editor Louis Lavelle writes in today’s Bloomberg Businesweek:

"The notion that requiring the vast majority of applicants to have three to five years of work experience does a big financial disservice to MBAs appears in Ronald Yeaple’s MBA Myths Unlocked, but it got its first airing in a little-known paper he wrote with Mark Johnston and Keith Whittingham of Rollins College, published in 2010 in the Journal of Education for Business."

Read the ful article, which includes additional insights from the 2010.

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