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    Hello everyone!

    The Financial Times has a nice article about the battle business schools are fighting to increase gender diversity and how women’s reluctance to take on the MBA investment appears to be the biggest obstacle in that b-school initiative. Women often work for lower salaries and, hence, need more time to recoup their educational investment. A GMAC survey also reported that 30% of women reported funding was their biggest obstacle compared to just 9% of males who felt the same.

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