Could have been phrased…differently… “There’s a real shift in assumptions as to what is going to make you a better applicant or a prospect for a job,” says Art Hogan, chief market analyst for Jefferies & Company, noting that he had seen an increased interest in young people pursuing a degree as a certified financial adviser at night rather than leaving their jobs for an M.B.A. " http://www.nytimes.com/2007/09/16/business/16mba.html?_r=1&adxnnl=0&adxnnlx=1189900971-K3tWd/txCPQkA1JZltAxrg&pagewanted=print
What is a “certified financial adviser”? haha
apparently it’s a “degree” of some sort. i wonder if this will be corrected by tomorrow.