Despite continued fears of a double-dip recession and the slow rebound of the world economy, job offers for many MBA graduates rose in 2010. Emory’s Goizueta Business School was among institutions that showed the biggest increase in placement.
The study was done by Bloomberg Businessweek.
Three months post graduation just seven percent of the Class of 2010 were without job offers. That’s a double-digit rise from the same period of 2009, when 18 percent of graduates were without offers.
According to the Career Management Center, the number of job offers was slightly better by the end of September, rising to 95 percent of the Class of 2010.