Tough job market sends many back to the classroom

08/9/2010 | American City Business Journals

Many people in this tough economy have headed back to school to boost their knowledge and skills, hopefully giving them a leg up in finding a job for better pay. Experts say such a strategy has been used in past recessions. "When the job market dips and people sense there's going to be trouble, they look to go back to school," said Sam Silverstein, manager of media and public affairs for the Graduate Management Admissions Council.

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