In the wake of Lehman's collapse and the economic contraction that followed, hundreds of the most coveted MBA jobs in finance have been lost during what turned out to be one of the worst markets for MBA talent in history. Since then, more students have begun seeking nontraditional job opportunities and the job market for MBAs has diversified, with companies such as Apple and Amazon.com, which never hired MBAs in large numbers before, suddenly rising to prominence. Read More...
Friday, June 17, 2011
MBA Jobs: Post-Crisis, a Brave New World - Yahoo! Finance
The financial crisis that began in 2008 has changed MBA recruiting according to Bloomberg Businessweek. Companies that did not normally recruit MBAs are now entering the MBA talent market.