The job market for people with management education degrees has improved—and employers expect conditions to get even better during the months ahead, according to the results of a pair of annual international surveys released today by the Graduate Management Admission Council (GMAC).
The 2011 GMAC Global Management Education Graduate Survey reflects responses from 4,794 graduating members of the class of 2011 at 156 graduate business schools worldwide. Visit gmac.com/globalgrads for a report about the survey findings.
The 2011 GMAC Corporate Recruiters Survey includes responses from 1,509 employers from 905 companies in 51 countries. GMAC partnered with the European Foundation for Management Development (EFMD) and the MBA Career Services Council (MBA CSC) to develop the survey. A summary of the survey results is available at gmac.com/corporaterecruiterssurvey.