University of Michigan School of Business pumps out 500-600+ graduates each year. That is an ENORMOUS amount of new grads, some without any valuable work experience. Even after graduating from such a high tier school (i believe its top 20), how easy would it be to secure a job one may wonder if you are graduating from a local or non-ranked MBA school
Degrees mean nothing, I regret getting my Biology bachelors more than anything. The only jobs available are clinical research positions at 40-50k or I would have to go back to school to get become a BSN, OT, PT, Audiology, Speech Therapist, Radiation Tech, Respiratory therapist, or cardiac perfusionist.
These jobs require 2 sometimes 4 years of MORE school and all top out at around 60 (minus RNs where you can take OT and do travel nursing to make more money)
It's a sad state of affairs for sure