Business: ALL-AMERICA TEAM OF BUSINESS STUDENTS

CORPORATIONS have been searching more eagerly than ever this year for recruits among the June graduates of universities. More than ever, too, the students leaving the campuses are armed with graduate degrees. The number of students in graduate business schools has risen 65% since 1964, to 75,000. Compared with the recruits of earlier years, they are more mature, more experienced and vastly more self-assured. Almost anyone with a master's degree in business can start out at a minimum of $12,500 a year, and some get up to $25,000. To find the most promising...

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