terça-feira, 23 de fevereiro de 2010

How old is too old for an MBA?

An MBA is a question of timing: get it wrong and you’ll find yourself spending £40k+ on two years out of the market when pay is peaking; even worse you may then find it impossible to get back in due to a glut of recently redundant experienced analysts. Equally, however, if you’re determined to do an MBA and you put it off for too long waiting for optimal market conditions, you’ll find you’re passed it. Age discrimination laws mean banks will never admit to turning their noses up at fresh MBAs aged 33+, but this is the reality. Hiring a recent MBA aged 40+ is totally unheard of.
O texto é de Sarah Butcher e continua em: http://news.efinancialcareers.co.uk/newsandviews_item/newsItemId-23953?source=EM:efc_eu=2949&om_rid=C4uzRM&om_mid=_BLg-9EB7biBoOp