in Denver, it seems as though there is exactly the opposite bias. if grades are all the same, those with work experience are favored to those right out of undergrad.
You guys definitely didn't apply to enough firms. I don't know anybody at my T14 who applied to that few... even some top people applied to 40 individually. You are at a T3 school in an economic crisis that has its own TV news theme. The odds are stacked against you, but it's not necessarily because you're an older student.
It's more the inherent traditional v. non-traditional results that I am interested to hear about. If my school is faring well (which it is) it is still somewhat of a mystery to me how the top 5 students are foundering when lower-ranked classmates are seemingly swimming in offers...
Quote from: SFLSD on September 30, 2008, 01:06:35 PMBut how do you deal with someone who rejects your broad moral principles?I kill them.
But how do you deal with someone who rejects your broad moral principles?