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American Dream Now Requires Harvard MBA

GTFO with your Wharton degrees.
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Step one.

It’s just about the only way you’ll ever be able to work for yourself.

“Perhaps entrepreneurship has become more accessible to well-connected, educated individuals like our survey respondents but less available to Americans in general,” Harvard Business School professors Michael Porter and Jan Rivkin, and senior fellow Karen Mills, wrote in a report based on a survey of the school’s grads. “If so, then starting a business may have become less a path to the middle class and more a way that the advantaged become more prosperous.”

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