Well, it is true for the fresh MBAs. But 2year working experience and a Phd should qualify you at least a 2nd year associate or even higher. There are plenty of opportunities out there besides the normal accociate program. Just my 2 cents. BTW, which firm were you talking about? A couple of firms are really stingy for the first year, but always flexible in terms of PHD hiring.
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on June 18th, 2005, 10:00 pm, edited 1 time in total.