FREE – TopMBA.com Jobs & Salary Trends Report 2012/13

QS is proud to produce the longest established, geographically broadest and most comprehensive global review of MBA jobs and salary trends.

The 2012 International Employer Survey is more extensive than ever and presents an unrivalled overview of the world MBA recruitment market. For the purpose of this report, responses were received from 3,305 respondents from companies in 42 countries, actively recruiting MBAs. This represents approximately three times the response of the GMAC MBA Employer survey and approximately ten times the response level of the Businessweek MBA Employer survey.

What is included?

QS TopMBA.com Global Employer Survey from QS Intelligence Unit, collects primary data on the state of the recruitment market and predictions of future trends from recruiters in general industry, consulting, financial services and technology.

The data includes specific analyses by sector, geography and year. Time trend analysis as well as sector and regional variations have been incorporated into this final report. QS obtains information directly from the employers who hire MBA graduates, offering a unique up-to-date insight into salary and MBA jobs trends around the world. Each respondent is designated as being responsible for MBA recruiting within his or her company, whether as a whole or in a division. They are asked to identify their geographical responsibilities,confirming whether they recruit locally, regionally or globally.

Contents
  • Summary of key MBA hiring trends in 2012
  • Summary of key MBA salary trends in 2012
  • Demographics & sample of MBA employer respondents
  • Long-term trends in MBA jobs 1990-2012
  • Demand for MBAs around the world in 2012/13
  • MBA salaries and compensation

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