MBA GRADUATE 1992


salwah
I finished my MBA in finance in 1992 from Saint Johns. After that I started my own business and ran it for 20 years. Now the business is almost gone and I am looking to see if I can get a job. Any advice will be appreciated.
I finished my MBA in finance in 1992 from Saint Johns. After that I started my own business and ran it for 20 years. Now the business is almost gone and I am looking to see if I can get a job. Any advice will be appreciated.
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Duncan
I am a huge fan of Robin Ryan's books, and so I can recommend this: http://www.amazon.com/Over-40-Youre-Hired-Secrets/dp/0143116983

However, this more recent volume seems to be better reviews. http://www.amazon.co.uk/Finding-Work-After-Strategies-Professionals/dp/1408131250

St John's career services are open to alumni: http://www.stjohns.edu/employers/career-services/students/careerlink
I am a huge fan of Robin Ryan's books, and so I can recommend this: http://www.amazon.com/Over-40-Youre-Hired-Secrets/dp/0143116983

However, this more recent volume seems to be better reviews. http://www.amazon.co.uk/Finding-Work-After-Strategies-Professionals/dp/1408131250

St John's career services are open to alumni: http://www.stjohns.edu/employers/career-services/students/careerlink

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salwah
thanks Duncan
thanks Duncan
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mba hipste...
Have you asked Saint John's about their career services support? Perhaps they have internal job listings, or can help in other ways.

If your job searches through these and other resources are coming up dry, you may be in need of something more substantial: are you lacking skills or is your network too narrow? If so, other, more costly options would either an EMBA program or other executive education courses.

This is such a broad question it's really hard to say for sure exactly what you need, though. Maybe you should talk to an employment agency or job counselor.
Have you asked Saint John's about their career services support? Perhaps they have internal job listings, or can help in other ways.

If your job searches through these and other resources are coming up dry, you may be in need of something more substantial: are you lacking skills or is your network too narrow? If so, other, more costly options would either an EMBA program or other executive education courses.

This is such a broad question it's really hard to say for sure exactly what you need, though. Maybe you should talk to an employment agency or job counselor.
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