Strong hiring demand puts recent graduates in the driver’s seat to define the next step of their careers.
A new report details employers’ level of requirement for, and level of difficulty in finding, 29 skills among recent graduate business degree earners.
Overall, the vast majority of business school alumni are employed, whether for a company (79%) or as self-employed entrepreneurs (10%), according to new findings from the 2018 Alumni Perspectives Survey, which solicited responses from 10,882 alumni worldwide representing 274 institutions and a wide variety of program types.
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 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.