BUSINESS MASTER'S PROGRAMS BLOG

MBA Jobs: Recruitment on the Rise

The infographic below from the Graduate Management Admission Council (GMAC) gives a snapshot into what’s trending according to corporate recruiters. In short, availability of MBA jobs is high and recruitment of MBA graduates remains strong. According to this research, there is still a strong hiring demand for MBA graduates with 91% of employers in the […]

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Women in Business: Equal Education, Unequal Pay

According to research from the Graduate Management Admission Council (GMAC), recruiting of women in business schools has been steadily increasing. This shift in recruiting women to business schools should be of no surprise. Today, women heading toward the top of their companies are increasing with more than half of women business school grads being hired […]

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MBA Degree Means Greater Earning Power

Job markets are becoming more competitive as many business professionals seek a graduate business degree– 7.3 million according to the U.S. Department of Commerce. The main incentive to pursue an MBA degree or another graduate business is increased earnings potential over the duration of your career. According to the infographic below from the U.S. Census, […]

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How to Get Hired at Amazon

Amazon, the giant e-commerce company, hires hundreds of MBA students. The company’s director of university recruiting explains why Amazon values MBA’s and what you need to get hired. (Excepted from BusinessBecause) Amazon, the giant e-commerce company, has been hiring more MBA graduates every year for the past five years. But the world’s largest online retailer […]

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Data Skills Give Analysts Career Edge

There’s gold in those big data clouds. Corporations, non-profits and the public sector seem sure it’s there somewhere. But for business analysts panning through floods of business intelligence, distilling actionable information remains a challenge. “It used to be PCs and smartphones; now you have tablets and sensors and cars spinning out all kinds of telemetry […]

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