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Topics: GMAC Assessments
Join GMAC Research on Wednesday, January 31 at 12 pm ET for our annual Research Highlights webinar. We’ll summarize our major research findings from 2017 and discuss what we’ll be looking forward to in 2018. Following the 30-minute presentation webinar attendees will have the opportunity to continue the dialogue in a Q&A session with the presenters.
Topics: Research Insights
The results of GMAC Research’s 2017 Year-End Employer Poll indicate that this year’s business school graduates can look forward to an overall favorable job market—especially if you’re a specialist.
The decision to the invest time, energy, and money needed to complete a graduate-level business degree is likely among the most significant investments many alumni will make in their lives. Knowing all that they know now—considering everything they put into earning their degree and everything they got out of it—would they make the same decision again?
The findings of GMAC Research’s 2017 Year-End Employer Poll, a brief survey of employers completed in November 2017, show that employers plan to increase their business school hiring in the coming year. In total, 83 percent of responding companies plan to hire new business school graduates in 2018.
Business schools must to continue to provide a global view to position students for long-term career success.
The term “Go west, young man” was a phrase popularized in America during the westward expansion in the late 1800s. It was used for those seeking opportunity in the new frontier of America that was yet to be harvested and cultivated. Today, we can replace “Go west” with “Go global.”
Topics: B-School Outcomes