Written by: Patrick Thomas Published by: The Wall Street Journal Extracted Content: Tech companies whose businesses have surged during the pandemic—like Amazon. com Inc. and Zoom Video Communications Inc. —are snagging more of the M.B.A. talent entering the workforce, helping to offset pullbacks by industries harder hit by the Covid-19 economy. Openings for tech positions rose at 57% of … [Read more...] about Tech Companies That Won the Pandemic Are Snapping Up M.B.A.s
Written by: Pip Murrison Published by: Financial Times MBA News Digest Comment: None. Extracted Content: Laura Renshaw graduated last year with a degree in politics from London’s Brunel University. But financial constraints and a lack of graduate opportunities meant she had to move back home to the Wirral, near Liverpool. Since September she has been working in a shop, which, she says, felt … [Read more...] about Graduates jostle in an overcrowded jobs market
Written by: Molly Bruce and Matt Beake Published by: BusinessWire MBA News Digest Comment: None. Extracted Content: Report Examines How New Trends Triggered by the Global Pandemic are Shaping the Nature of Work, the Workforce and the Workplace. The Future of Work is Here report from Deloitte outlines a future world of work shaped by the Covid-19 pandemic which requires more transparent and … [Read more...] about New Deloitte Report Explores Future of Work Post-Covid
Written by: Paul Clarke Published by: Financial News MBA News Digest Comment: None. Extracted Content: Deutsche Bank is overhauling the way it hires junior bankers, expanding jobs typically reserved for elite MBAs to professionals with experience in a range of other industries. The German lender is expanding its associate recruitment programme for investment banking roles to so-called lateral … [Read more...] about Deutsche Bank shakes up junior recruitment to diversify from MBA hires
Written by: Andrew Jack Published by: Financial Times MBA News Digest Comment: None. Extracted Content: When Martina Valkovicova became an assistant dean at Sauder School of Business at the University of British Columbia in Canada five years ago, she believed its careers service needed to expand its mandate radically to reflect the changing demands of recruiters. “We can’t just be a centre … [Read more...] about The MBA gets emotional
Written by: Paulina Karpis Published by: Forbes MBA News Digest Comment: None. Extracted Content: Prior to Covid, elite business schools boasted job placement rates around 80%. MBA jobs once included roles in finance, management consulting, strategy, chief of staff, and product management. MBA job placement rates are down since the pandemic started. What’s most alarming: the decline in MBA … [Read more...] about MBA Jobs Are Declining—Everything You Need To Know.