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08 September 2011


All the "theories" suggested to explain this decline indicate that the "blip" is not a field specific. It would be helpful to know if such decline occured also in other fields, say Engineering. A potential explanation is that the demand is shifing somewhere else.

I was happy to have visited your web site i would be glad if i got more information on how to enroll for study and the minimum requirements for entry to take a Bachelor's study in Business.My native country is Kenya.

In response to what you said here...

"Perhaps the population of 18-24 year olds has fallen in recent years, leading to a temporary shortage, but this is belied, again, by the overall rise in college entrants"

I believe this may be part of the reason. I believe more and more youths are getting into business programs but a mild drop in populaton of that age bracket reflects on your table.

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