Fewer MBAs Want to Work For Hedge Funds


A new survey says these jobs aren’t as sought-after as they used to be.

As business students pack up their belongings after graduation, fewer are listing hedge funds as a top destination, while private equity and startups are becoming more attractive.

According to a survey from Training the Street, a firm that offers technical training to Wall Street firms and business schools, startups and private equity firms saw a growing percentage of MBA students naming them as top destinations at which they wanted to work after graduation. At the same time, hedge fund, corporate development, and consulting firms all saw their appeal fall from the previous year. Apparently, the students weren’t deterred by the rise of robo-advisors either, as private wealth management saw gains from last year…

Fewer MBAs Want to Work For Hedge Funds

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