i'm just wondering if people who have "soft"/non-quantitative intensive business jobs get into top MBA programs. by this i mean people like low- and mid-level managers working for large corporations (e.g. fortune 500) and such.
do they exist at places like harvard, stanford, wharton, etc.? (or even anderson or marshall?) it seems like the only way to get into those MBA programs is through prestigious, high-powered, hard/quant-intensive jobs like i-banking, consulting, finance, etc. and working at a firm rather than working at a large company.
also, is it more inherently difficult for those managers to have amazing resumes and quality work experience than the i-bankers, consultants, etc.?