Why One in Four USC MBAs Is Useless

As MBA recruiting disasters go, this one was epic. As top business schools throughout the U.S. continued making post-recession strides in MBA job placement this year, nearly one of every four graduates from the Marshall School of Business at the University of Southern California—23 percent—was unemployed three months after graduation, up from 9 percent for the Class of 2011. It’s the single worst showing in MBA career placement for any top-30 business school this year.

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