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The searchable online resume books of 1st- and 2nd-year MBA students for the upcoming 2013-14 MBA recruiting season are now available for pre-order! Pre-ordering ensures you get access to this top MBA talent the moment it is released to employers.
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Wondering what MBAs from the world's top graduate business schools are interested in doing for a career post-graduatiion? Or what experiences these students had before arriving on campus? As the exclusive career services technology partner to 70+ leading graduate business schools, MBA Focus is able to deliver the most comprehensive profile of job-seeking MBA students and alumni available.The 2013 Candidate Analytics Report contains summary and detail information on more than 80,000 MBAs—including more than 16,000 graduating students, 10,000 first-year students, and 55,000 alumni.
This year's report offers an in-depth look at the career profile demographic data for the current population of job-seeking candidates, including:
- Job Function Experiences
- Job Function Preferences
- Industry Experiences
- Industry Preferences
- Geographic Preferences
- Work Authorization
- Club Affiliations
- Language Abilities
- Licenses and Certifications
- ... and more!
Please take some time to request a copy of this report
. We are certain that you will find the analytical information useful as you plan your upcoming MBA recruiting and career service initiatives.
Tweetable facts from this year's Candidate Analytics Report:
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- MBAs are more interested in Management (55%), Marketing (51%), and Consulting (50%) than Finance (48%). Tweet this!
- MBA career changers come from #Engineering and #Technology function experiences. Tweet this!
- MBAs do not prefer careers in Engineering (4%) despite functional experiences (22%) #careerchangers. Tweet this!
- 50.7% of MBA2s and 49.1% of MBA1s prefer a career in #Consulting. Tweet this!
- Each new MBA class has more Not-for-profit experience (16.6% in 2012, 17.2% in 2013 and 18.9% in 2014). Tweet this!
- B-schools saw a 5% increase in MBA students with Finance experience during the 2011-12 academic year. Tweet this!
- Consulting (49%), Finance (46%), CPG (30%) and Tech (29%) are the top industry prefs of graduating MBAs. Tweet this!
- For the first time Consulting (49.4%) is a more popular MBA job industry preference than Finance (46.2%). Tweet this!
- The top 3 function preferences of MBA2s = Biz Dev 32%, Strategic Planning 27%, Brand/Product Mgmt 23%. Tweet this!
- MBA2s' top 3 industry preferences = Consulting Strategy 27%, Private Equity 21%, Venture Capital 19%. Tweet this!
- Where do MBAs want to work in United State? NYC, SF Bay, LA, Boston, and Chicago. Tweet this!
- Where do MBAs want to work outside the US? UK, Hong Kong, Canada, Germany, and Switzerland. Tweet this!
- 9% of MBAs at top b-schools are authorized to work in India. 8% in the European Union. And 6% in China. Tweet this!
- The #1 industry experience for the MBA class of 2014 is #Nonprofits & Social Enterprises (12.2%). Tweet this!
- 10.6% of this year's graduating class of MBA2s has experience in #Sales. Tweet this!
- 10% of this year's graduating class of MBA2s has experience in #Entrepreneurship. Tweet this!
- 27% of MBAs speak Spanish. 16% speak French. 13% speak Mandarin. 11% speak Hindi. And 6% speak German. Tweet this!
- 6.5% of MBAs have experience in Retail. Tweet this!
- MBA students from the world's top-ranked b-schools make $100k-$150k on average (14.3% of alumni). Tweet this!
- Only 8.1% of actively- or passively-seeking MBA alumni are NOT willing to relocate. Tweet this!
- The MBA Focus network has grown to now include 83,033 MBA students & alumni from the world's top b-schools. Tweet this!
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Business schools, employers, and analysts are all predicting an uptick in MBA recruiting in 2013
-- and the class of 2013 MBA students are hoping they're right
. But the career service offices at the world's top graduate business schools still face some major challenges next year -- even when the MBA job market picks up.
Despite technological innovations and creative new recruitment techniques, many MBA career service offices still lack simple solutions to the following issues:
- Expanding the employer network to startups, nonprofits, and other companies that don't traditionally recruit on campus.
- Gathering employment data from students in a timely fashion for employment reporting.
- Helping candidates compare offers among peers with relative data.
- Managing multiple OCR...