The QS TopMBA Jobs and Salary Report 2012-13

Wednesday, October 17, 2012 at 1pm

QS’ annual research into upcoming MBA recruitment and salary levels contains unparalleled data and insight into the current and future MBA job market. The report provides MBAs, business schools, recruiters, and media with a valuable gauge of how today’s and tomorrow’s graduating MBAs will fare.

 
 
 
 
 
Read the report today to discover:

  • Which industries are hiring, and plan to hire the most MBA graduates
  • How much MBA employers plan to pay their new hires
  • Regional MBA employment levels
  • Key skills MBA employers demand

 

The full report is available here for QS Global-Workplace members
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