Rethink the MBA: Why Business School is Riskier Than You Think

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My name is Micah. I graduated with an MBA from Wharton in 2009. I originally went to business school to become an entrepreneur. It was a bad decision. I believe many people decide to get an MBA for the wrong reasons, like me. If you're thinking about getting an MBA, this book is for you. I should never have gotten an MBA. Maybe you shouldn't either. More
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About Micah Merrick

Micah works in Corporate Venture Capital for a multi-national advanced materials company. He lives in Mountain View, California with his family. He writes in his spare time about the impact of technology on higher education. His first book is about the hidden risks of getting an MBA. He graduated with an MBA from the Wharton School in Philadelphia in 2009.


Review by: Kimberly Schimmel on March 13, 2014 :
This is an absolute must-read book for anyone considering borrowing big bucks for an MBA. Merrick goes back to what I recognize as an ancient Biblical principle called "counting the cost." One would think business students would be the first to apply cost-benefit analysis to graduate school, but the fact that they don't speaks to just how effectively MBS programs have marketed themselves. Arm yourselves with the facts, via this great book, before you decide whether an MBA is a viable investment or a crap shoot!
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