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Alison Damast is a staff writer for Bloomberg Businessweek covering higher education, business schools, and career trends. She is a member of the team that produces Businessweek.com's Business Schools channel, which won National Magazine Awards in 2007 and 2008 for online community and personal service. She was previously a reporter for the Stamford Advocate in Connecticut, where she won several state and national awards for her education and health coverage. Damast holds a master's degree from Columbia University's Graduate School of Journalism and a bachelor's from Tufts University.

Alison Damast

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  • Business PhD Applications on the Rise
    A weak job market has many contemplating PhDs and faculty jobs. Will the business school faculty shortage be a thing of the past?
  • India's MBAs Face Dismal Job Market
    Salaries are down by 25%, international offers have dried up, and at some top business schools nearly half the graduates can't find jobs
  • Internships: B-Schools Get Creative
    At some schools, half of the first-year MBA students still don't have summer jobs. The solution? On-campus, and in some cases unpaid, positions
  • MBAs Go Micro
    With big-ticket jobs scarce, B-schools advise grads to think small—as in small business
  • Asking for Student Loan Forgiveness
    Robert Applebaum's Facebook group and StudentLoanJustice.org are among those seeking an overhaul of the U.S. student loan system

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