HBS Goes to Wall Street — Again

A recent Crain’s post on the subject got me thinking about Harvard Business School recruitment rates on Wall Street. Here is the 2001-2010 data, which is a good reminder of how little has really changed in terms of the appetite in financial services for recently-minted MBAs.


[Tip of the hat to Ray Soifer who reminded me where to find this data.]

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