What Job Hunters Can Learn from Unemployed Actors, and other Links We Love

Happy Monday, MBAs. Hope you all enjoyed the Kentucky Derby and had a fine Mother’s Day with loved ones around.

Here are the stories we loved this week – from unemployed actors to 5-year-old communications to Fortune 100 CEOs. There’s something for everyone. Enjoy!


Photo courtesy brunosan (Flickr)

  • What Job Hunters Can Learn from Unemployed Actors [New Grad Life]
  • A new study finds entrepreneurship programs and skills are more in demand from MBA students, compared to traditional areas such as banking, finance and consulting [AOL Small Business]
  • For Chinese Women, U.S. MBAs Are All The Rage (the degree, not the students) [BusinessWeek]
  • What a 5-Year-Old Can Tech You About Compelling Communications [AdAge]

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About Jenn Yee

Jenn Yee is an alumna of Northwestern's Kellogg School of Management. She wrote an advice column for the school newspaper, *The Merger*, and called it, "Yee Olde Advice Column," because she has an extremely pun-nable last name.