Finance Jobs Still Appeal to Graduates at Dartmouth (The New York Times)


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A New York Times feature profiles the four recent graduates, noting that three are headed to Wall Street, while the fourth will be working for a business consulting firm. The article reports that finance ranks closely behind consulting and education as the most popular career paths for last year’s Dartmouth graduates and notes that 37 of this year’s graduates will join Teach for America.

Read the full story, published on 6/15/2012 by The New York Times.

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