I know the question has been debated many times of its worth in terms of future income, but would it help someone just wanting a good job after school to have a better shot of getting one? Or lets say you go to law school and end up ranking towards the bottom, would that MBA be a good safety net?
As far as schools wise, I'm talking about Emory, UNC, Boston College, etc.
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If you're just talking about any employment, then yes it will. You will have opportunities to recruit at both schools, so it will open up opportunities that are not available to a straight JD or straight MBA. Whether it is a financially wise move is another question. You're probably best off just getting the MBA if you're just trying to maximize employment prospects across all jobs.
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