Job prospects improving for MBAs 

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U.S. News & World Report

Good news for business school students: More MBA graduates are landing jobs now than in the past two years. As they take classes, MBAs must juggle coursework, job prospects, family life and more, said Corinne Snell, executive director of the Center for Student Professional Development at Temple's Fox School of Business, where 95.3 percent of 2011 grads found work within three months of graduation. "They have so much going on, but welcome to the corporate world," she said, citing the common 60 and 70 hour workweeks of business people.