The State of the MBA
Today's article was submitted by Jessica Finger from Noodle.
The Graduate Management Admission Council's (GMAC) recent employment report for new MBA graduates was full of good news. "More companies in all sectors and across the world plan to hire business school graduates, with projected hiring rates the highest for all degree types since the Great Recession started in 2009," said Sangeet Chowfla, GMAC CEO and president. "MBAs have always been valued by employers, but this survey shows that as the economy improves, employers see MBAs as a good investment into their future."
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Jessica currently works for Noodle, whose mission is to help guide peopleeverywhere to make better education decisions and get expert advice on everything from schools and colleges to graduate schools and tutors. Jessica is a graduate of Quinnipiac University, and outside of work likes reading, androck climbing. Get in touch on twitter @jkfinger.