U.S. Business Grads Take Jobs in India Hundreds of business school graduates from U.S. colleges are taking jobs in Indian companies. India's second biggest tech company, Infosys, just hired 300 Americans to work in its Bangalore office. They say it's more exciting than an entry level job in the slower-growing U.S. economy.
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U.S. Business Grads Take Jobs in India

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U.S. Business Grads Take Jobs in India

U.S. Business Grads Take Jobs in India

U.S. Business Grads Take Jobs in India

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Hundreds of recent business school graduates from U.S. colleges are taking jobs in Indian companies. India's second biggest tech company, Infosys, just hired 300 Americans to work in its Bangalore office. They say it's more exciting than an entry level job in the slower-growing U.S. economy. And with a much lower cost of living in India, it doesn't matter if they only earn a fraction of what they would make working for a tech company in Silicon Valley.