Santa Clara in Silicon Valley has this distinction. Silicon Valley loves green cards but not its own children.
Almost everyone who goes to a business school for an MBA does so to get a better job, at higher pay, with more advancement opportunity. Yet an analysis by Poets&Quants shows that some 21 business schools ranked among the very best in the country by U.S. News reported that at least half or more of their MBA graduates were without jobs at commencement last year. And at 11 of those institutions, roughly a third or more of the MBAs were still unemployed three months after graduation.