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Tight Job Market Affects Quant Prep Needs? Marketer Says No

Here's a response, from a student at a top MBA program who wishes to remain anonymous, to my question about whether the tight recruiting market affects the recommending quantitative skills preparation for incoming students:

Speaking as a marketer, I do not believe that additional quantitative preparation is necessary in the current recruiting market. Analytical and quantitative skills are critical, but can all be acquired during the first year of business school.

Posted on Monday, April 6, 2009 at 09:49AM by Registered CommenterPeter Regan in , | Comments1 Comment

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