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MBA TOUR调查:2011年MBA就业前景看好

来源:浙江文化网    发布时间:2011-09-05 21:09   

根据The MBA Tour在2011年进行的一次全球最大的MBA调查显示,在过去的几年中,无论是MBA的毕业生,还是临近毕业的同学,就业前景已经有了全面改善,同时学员对学校工作的满意程度也在逐步提升。

The MBA Tour的CEO兼总经理Peter von Loesecke说:“调查结果刺激了我们今年对于40场MBA巡展出席人数增长的预期。最有趣的反馈是来自美国的学生,在2009年到2011年间,他们的就业前景改善了25%”。

在2009年,我们美国的MBA学生中有超过四分之一的人说,相比于2008年以前毕业的同学来说,他们的就业前景已经恶化。但是在2010年这个数字下降到8.3%, 而2011年的毕业生则下降到零。

我们的学生认为,职业前景的改善主要归功于MBA课程中不断完善的职业服务。2009年和2011年间, 对学校就业服务工作不满意的毕业生数量下降了21%。

同时,对于学校在帮助学员实现就业方面的努力表示非常满意的同学比例从14%提高到26%,几乎翻了一番,也就没什么可奇怪的了。

根据欧洲管理和技术学院(ESMT)MBA课程主管Nick Barniville表示,在欧洲MBA毕业后的就业机会非常丰富,特别是在技术和咨询行业。Barniville说:“在德国MBA毕业生的需求非常强劲,但是顶级MBA的毕业生量是非常低的。德国已经脱离了由美国和西方市场造成的严重经济衰退,MBA的就业前景异常光明。ESMT超过90%的毕业生在毕业三个月内就找到了工作,”他同时透露,“许多ESMT毕业生倾向于进入处于持续成长的技术导向的跨国公司。这些公司有望成为全家超级玩家(业务覆盖全球的国际性大公司),就像那些学校25个创办者中的代表(例如西门子,曼,戴姆勒,等等),或者是那些不断涌入柏林区域的新兴高科技公司,。然后是咨询行业, 虽然它常常以一个部门的形式出现在学校的创办者中,比如麦肯锡、波士顿和毕马威。相对较少的ESMT毕业生进入银行, 虽然近年来在德国我们也有过几次被银行的风险管理部门雇用的情况。”

美国霍特国际商学院(Hult International Business School)职业服务和企业关系部总监Paula Quinton-Jones强调说:“有迹象表明MBA就业市场正在复苏,并为我们的毕业生提供了全新的就业机会,而这些机会在几年前是不存在的。”此外,她解释道,“我们知道招聘人员是多么看中实际的工作经验。因此,Hult合作伙伴联手世界领先的大公司强调课外学习的重要性。我们制定了职业辅导的系统思路,同时也发现我们的学生是多才多艺的, 当他们加入某一个公司的时候,他们能够清晰的展现他们所学的MBA的真正价值。在2010年, 我们看到83%的毕业生在毕业三个月内找到了工作。”

尽管学校一直在帮助MBA学员找到一份适合的工作做持续的努力,但不可否认,主要责任依然落在了学生自己身上。为了补充这个观点,调查还显示, 如果学生做到以下几点,将会获得更多的机会:

1、在目标行业或者目标职业上尽早建立人脉

2、不断提高对于职业目标的关注度

3、参加更多的招聘会、研讨会和活动, 专注于他们的职业目标。

原文:

Job prospects are looking up for MBA Graduates in 2011

The MBA Tour staff writers

According to the largest global MBA survey, conducted in 2011 by The MBA Tour, graduates and near graduates from major programs showed an overall improvement in job prospects and an increase in satisfaction with their school’s efforts over the last few years.

“The survey results reflect our growing anticipation of increased attendance for over 40 MBA Tour events this year. The most dramatic feedback was from US students who stated a 25 percent improvement in their job prospects from 2009 to 2011,” said Peter von Loesecke, CEO and Managing Director, The MBA Tour.

In 2009, more than one quarter of the MBA graduates enrolled in US programs said job prospects had worsened for them when compared to the previous graduating class of 2008. In 2010 that number dropped to 8.3 percent and for those graduating in 2011 it dropped to zero percent.

According to students, a large part of this improvement in outlook can be attributed to the growing efforts of career services in MBA programs. Between 2009 and 2011, the number of graduates who were not satisfied with their school’s efforts to find them employment dropped by 21 percent.

Concurrently, the proportion of those graduates very satisfied with their program’s efforts to find them employment nearly doubled from 14 percent to 26 percent, which is no surprise

According to Nick Barniville, Director of MBA Programs at ESMT, post-MBA job opportunities are thriving in Europe, particularly in industries such as technology and consulting. “The demand for MBAs in Germany is very strong and supply from top-tier programs is low. Germany has escaped the deep recession suffered by the US and other Western markets, and the prospects for MBAs is extremely bright. Over 90% of ESMT graduates secure jobs within 3 months of graduation,” says Barniville. He goes on to say that, “Many ESMT graduates tend to move into technology-driven companies who are growing internationally. These can be global players such as those represented in the schools 25 founders (e.g. Siemens, MAN, Daimler, etc.) or emerging high-tech companies that are flocking to the area around Berlin. Next in terms of popularity is consulting, which is a sector also present among the school’s founders with McKinsey, BCG and KPMG. Relatively few ESMT graduates go into banking, although we have had several hires in recent years in the risk management sector in Germany.”

Paula Quinton-Jones, Director of Career Services and Corporate Relations at Hult International Business School notes, “We are seeing signs that the MBA job market is rebounding and providing entirely new job opportunities that did not exist a few years ago for our graduates.” Additionally, she explains, “We know how important practical work experience is to recruiters. Therefore, Hult partners with world-leading companies to emphasize the importance of learning outside of the classroom. We take a holistic approach to our career counseling and we feel our students are more versatile, and able to articulate the real value their MBA can add to a company when they graduate. In 2010, we saw 83% of our graduates find jobs within 3 months of graduating.”

Although the continuing effort from schools to help MBA students find a job is a benefit, the primary responsibility falls on the student. In support of this point, the survey said students who were given another chance would do the following:

1. Network early in their desired industry or profession

2. Improve their focus on a desired career objective

3. Attend more job fairs, seminars and events that are focused on their career objective

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