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Post-MBA Jobs & Employment - June 10th, 2006

Post-MBA Jobs & Employment

If you have graduated from a top B-school, jobs are easy and usually guaranteed. Students graduating from business schools like Harvard, Stanford and Wharton, never have problems getting a job. Most of them have multiple offers. For most of the problems are a few lesser or extra zeroes on their signing bonus.

If you are from a good middle-tier school, getting a job will be tough in the current scenario, but you can manage with some efforts. They key is to be very aggressive in your job search and to prepare well for the interviews.

Networking is the key in the jobs process, especially if you are targeting the bigger organizations. Use alumni resources in the best possible manner.

For students from lower middle-tier schools, getting a job is difficult. Being an international student, most organizations will not accept you unless you can prove you are good.

An employer has to spend a certain amount of money to process a H1 visa, that is required by international students to work in the US. So, your past records should demonstrate that you would be an asset to their organization.

The university you study in and your performance in the MBA program are crucial factors for employment.



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