A Shoemaker, Spy and Rabbi Walk Into a Bar ...

by Derek Loosvelt | April 21, 2009

Finance jobs have become so scarce and signing bonuses so low that Wharton grads might be turning to God for work.

So (sort of) says The New York Times in a piece on the difficulty young Ivy Leaguers are having finding a finance gig these days. According to the Times, business undergrads, unable to find gainful employment in banking, are going into the shoemaking business, joining the foreign service and even considering becoming a rabbi.

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