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Peter Chang

One potential way to look at this is the red part consists ONLY of the pre-MBA salary. So for example, for Harvard students pre-MBA they made only 35k and afterwards they made almost 80k.
But it seems too low either way unless this chart is from 1990 or something. Cryptic!


Reminds me of the infamous saying, "I'm sorry, but your overly qualified for this postion."

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