Young professionals are our hope for the future, a generation that will value sustainability and push big employers to take environmental factors into consideration … right, guys? Right? Oh, uh, this just in: MBAs rank a company’s environmental record at the bottom of factors they use to select employers, says a new study. In a survey of 527 MBA students, only 34 percent viewed a company’s green policies as “extremely” or “very” important factors in finding employment. Also relatively unimportant: corporate ethics, social responsibility, and community involvement. Says one unsurprised business professor, “What the company stands for is important, but only once salary and corporate culture have been addressed.”