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Professor Kristen Sosulski and MBA student Ayush Shah are interviewed in a trend story about nontraditional career paths for MBA graduates

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Except from U.S. News & World Report -- "Kristen Sosulski, a clinical associate professor of information, operations and management sciences at New York University's Stern School of Business, says that some skills taught at MBA programs are relevant throughout the business world. For instance, business schools teach students how to maximize a company's efficiency, which is a vital skill, regardless of the sector they enter, Sosulski says. ... 'Whatever a candidate's career aspirations are, they need to have a clear idea of what they would like to do after school and the self-awareness to understand what holes in their skill sets need plugging,' Shah wrote via email."

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