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Business Schools Groom Foreign Students for Jobs

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Business Schools Groom Foreign Students for Jobs

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Business Schools Groom Foreign Students for Jobs

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With the advent of the global economy, you might think companies are doing more to recruit employees who can speak many languages. But at business schools across the United States, many recruiters have refused to interview foreigners, citing problems with their English or difficulties with their work visas.

Some campuses are working to change that trend and improve prospects for these students.

Jessica Jones reports from North Carolina Public Radio.