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Artigo do Jornal britânico “The Times”
Graduates are spoilt for choice as job offers head towards a record
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MBAs will be able to take their pick from a record number of jobs worldwide this year, recruiters predict.
The TopMBA.com Index of MBA Recruiting forecasts a 22 per cent increase in jobs on offer. The prediction is based on responses from more than 500 MBA employers in 30 countries and follows a 20 per cent increase last year.
The consulting sector reports a 35 per cent increase in demand for MBAs, banks 20 per cent and general industry and technology 17 per cent and 18 per cent respectively.
Business school career services also report their best year on record. In this year’s Career Service Council survey, 95 per cent of business schools reported an increase in employers recruiting on campus.
Simon Bolton graduated from IMD in Lausanne last year. He says: “Many of my classmates had three to five job offers each.” He landed a job with GE Europe, as manager, corporate initiatives group.
The UK is one of the hottest markets for MBAs, after China and the US. At London Business School, Graham Hastie, careers director, reports that 96 per cent of the MBA class accepted permanent jobs within three months of graduating last year and 99 per cent of the this year’s class already has paid summer internships lined up — both records.
Lindsay McQuade, careers director at Cass Business School, reports a 100 per cent increase in on-campus recruiting last year and continued growth this year, “benefiting from the booming job market in the City”.