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After two decades of growing student enrollments and economic prosperity, business schools in the United States have started to face harder times. Only Harvard"s MBA School has shown a substantial increase in enrollment in recent years. Both Princeton and Stanford have seen decreases in their enrollments. Since 1990, the number of people receiving Masters in Business Administration (MBA) degrees, has dropped about 3 percent to 75,000, and the trend of lower enrollment rates is expected to continue. There are two factors causing this decrease in students seeking an MBA degree. The first one is that many graduates of four-year colleges are finding that an MBA degree does not guarantee a plush job on Wall Street, or in other financial districts of major American cities. Many of the entry-level management jobs are going to students graduating with Master of Arts degrees in English and the humanities as well as those holding MBA degrees. Students have asked the question, "Is an MBA degree really what I need to be best prepared for getting a good job?" The second major factor has been the cutting of American payrolls and the lower number of entry-level jobs being offered. Business needs are changing, and MBA schools are struggling to meet the new demands.

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After two decades of growing student enrollments and economic prosperity, business schools in the United States have started to face harder times. Only Harvard"s MBA School has shown a substantial increase in enrollment in recent years. Both Princeton and Stanford have seen decreases in their enrollments. Since 1990, the number of people receiving Masters in Business Administration (MBA) degrees, has dropped about 3 percent to 75,000, and the trend of lower enrollment rates is expected to continue. There are two factors causing this decrease in students seeking an MBA degree. The first one is that many graduates of four-year colleges are finding that an MBA degree does not guarantee a plush job on Wall Street, or in other financial districts of major American cities. Many of the entry-level management jobs are going to students graduating with Master of Arts degrees in English and the humanities as well as those holding MBA degrees. Students have asked the question, "Is an MBA degree really what I need to be best prepared for getting a good job?" The second major factor has been the cutting of American payrolls and the lower number of entry-level jobs being offered. Business needs are changing, and MBA schools are struggling to meet the new demands.
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After two decades of growing student enrollments and economic prosperity, business schools in the United States have started to face harder times. Only Harvard"s MBA School has shown a substantial increase in enrollment in recent years. Both Princeton and Stanford have seen decreases in their enrollments. Since 1990, the number of people receiving Masters in Business Administration (MBA) degrees, has dropped about 3 percent to 75,000, and the trend of lower enrollment rates is expected to continue. There are two factors causing this decrease in students seeking an MBA degree. The first one is that many graduates of four-year colleges are finding that an MBA degree does not guarantee a plush job on Wall Street, or in other financial districts of major American cities. Many of the entry-level management jobs are going to students graduating with Master of Arts degrees in English and the humanities as well as those holding MBA degrees. Students have asked the question, "Is an MBA degree really what I need to be best prepared for getting a good job?" The second major factor has been the cutting of American payrolls and the lower number of entry-level jobs being offered. Business needs are changing, and MBA schools are struggling to meet the new demands.

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Sau hai thập kỷ tuyển sinh viên phát triển và thịnh vượng kinh tế, các trường kinh doanh tại Hoa Kỳ đã bắt đầu phải đối mặt với lần khó hơn. Chỉ MBA Trường Harvard đã cho thấy một sự gia tăng đáng kể trong tuyển sinh trong những năm gần đây. Cả hai Princeton và Stanford đã thấy giảm trong tuyển sinh của họ. Kể từ năm 1990, số lượng người nhận Thạc sĩ Quản trị Kinh doanh (MBA) bằng cấp, đã giảm khoảng 3 phần trăm đến 75.000, và xu hướng của tỷ lệ nhập học thấp hơn dự kiến sẽ tiếp tục. Có hai yếu tố gây giảm này trong sinh viên tìm kiếm một bằng MBA . Người đầu tiên là nhiều sinh viên tốt nghiệp các trường đại học bốn năm đều nhận thấy rằng bằng MBA không bảo đảm một công việc sang trọng trên phố Wall, hoặc ở các huyện tài chính khác của các thành phố lớn của Mỹ. Nhiều người trong số các công việc quản lý nhập cảnh cấp sẽ cho sinh viên tốt nghiệp với bằng Master of Arts độ tiếng Anh và nhân văn cũng như những người có bằng cử nhân Quản trị Kinh doanh. Học sinh đã hỏi những câu hỏi, "có phải là một văn bằng MBA thực sự những gì tôi cần phải được chuẩn bị tốt nhất để có được một công việc tốt?" Yếu tố quan trọng thứ hai đã được cắt biên chế của Mỹ và con số thấp hơn các công việc nhập cảnh cấp đang được cung cấp. Nhu cầu kinh doanh đang thay đổi, và trường học MBA đang đấu tranh để đáp ứng những yêu cầu mới.