Goizueta Business School was cited in the Wall Street Journal’s recent article “Back to Work: A Fall Business Preview” which examines issues facing businesses in the coming months. Among topics like the healthcare overhaul, sci-fi gadgets, and a planned merger between US Airways and American Airlines, the article discusses companies facing pressure to hire. The publication quotes Goizueta Business School’s own Wendy Tsung, associate dean and executive director of the MBA Career Management Center. It states,
Emory University’s Goizueta Business School has seen a 13% year-over-year increase in the number of companies planning recruiting visits this fall, including new additions like Citigroup Inc. and NCR Corp. “Companies have held back a little, trying to make do with less. They’re finally getting to the point where they can’t do that anymore,” said Wendy Tsung, associate dean for M.B.A. career services.
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