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Not your average banker: where business degrees led three grads

Published: 13 Mar 2013

Business school graduates once made a beeline for jobs in banking, accounting and marketing. But now many carve out careers in new or non-traditional fields. Here’s how three recent graduates are making a mark:

… Fady Dagher (EMBA’12)

Degree: Executive MBA, McGill University-HEC Montréal, 2012

Occupation: Chief inspector of innovative processes and operational practices, City of Montreal Police

In 1990, recently arrived in Canada, 22-year-old Fady Dagher was studying at night at university to become an accountant while working as manager of an optical store in downtown Montreal.

Read full article: The Globe and Mail, March 13, 2013

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