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MBA Degree Graduates Enjoy Career Success

Regardless of the economic climate, demand for MBA degree graduates always remains strong. MBA programs are constantly evolving to continue to offer management professionals the tools they need for career success. According to Graduate Management Admission Council’s (GMAC) 2016 Alumni Perspectives survey of more than 14,000 alumni of 70 business schools worldwide 95% of alumni rate […]

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10 Important Soft Skills You Can Get with an MBA Degree

Professionals in MBA programs around the globe strive to gain the skills needed for career success. An MBA degree represents the qualifications that a graduate has gained. Yet, according to the Graduate Management Admission Council (GMAC), career success is not rooted solely in technical qualifications, but rather soft skills that will help you move your […]

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MBA Success Stories: Everyone’s Path is Different

Whether you want to change industries, change career paths, start your own company, earn a promotion, or just get a raise, everyone has their own metric for success and reason to pursue and MBA degree. MBA success stories can be personal or professional but overwhelmingly, MBA degree holders credit their MBA program for faster career […]

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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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Why Entrepreneurs Need an MBA Degree

Although anyone can be an entrepreneur, it takes more than a great idea to be successful. It also takes business acumen—the type of business knowledge and skills you learn when earning an MBA degree. Based on the infographic below which looks at nearly 50 years of surveys from the Graduate Management Admission Council (GMAC), entrepreneurs […]

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