Cover: Life after RGS: thoughts on becoming a "suit"

Life after RGS: thoughts on becoming a "suit"

Published 1992

by Loren Yager, Adnan Rahman

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This paper summarizes the results of job searches by two Rand Graduate School (RGS) alumni, as well as discussions with other RGS students and alumni, RAND "alumni," RAND personnel, RAND trustees and a variety of outside persons. The authors discuss outside perceptions of RAND personnel and the RGS degree, options that RGS students have in their job search, and certain strategies that may prove useful in the process.

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