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MBA grads of Harvard, Stanford, Columbia, and more share the unique career paths they took after business school - that didn't end in finance or consulting

Posted On: Aug 4, 2020   |   Posted By: Business Insider

MBA grads of Harvard, Stanford, Columbia, and more share the unique career paths they took after business school - that didn't end in finance or consulting

According to statistics from Harvard Business School, financial services and consulting are the most popular paths for its graduates.
That said, there are plenty of other career paths you can take after getting an MBA.
Business Insider spoke with graduates of Harvard, Stanford, Columbia, and more to learn about the steps they took after getting a degree.
These graduates ended up in unique fields such as nonprofit, medicine, sports marketing, and retail.
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People tend to get their MBA for the same reasons: career advancement, leadership training, and a strong network. But once MBA students graduate from school, there are many ways they can use their degrees.
According to statistics from Harvard Business School , financial services and consulting are the most popular paths for its graduates. Liz Chilla, the senior director of Emory University's Goizueta Business School Career Management Center, told Business Insider that she's "seen an increase in [students...

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