MBA students under fire: Your writing and presentation skills are terrible

Employers claims business-school grads ‘tend to ramble [and] use pretentious vocabulary.’ Good news is some schools are attacking the problem.

If so, you’re not alone. The Wall Street Journal‘s Diana Middleton reports:

“Employers and writing coaches say business-school graduates tend to ramble, use pretentious vocabulary, or pen too-casual emails. While MBA students’ quantitative skills are prized by employers, their writing and presentation skills have been a perennial complaint.”

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