Recruiting: Major employers become less important

Von am 15. Mai 2016

Major employers become less important for recruiting MBA graduates. The days when a small number of employers hire bus loads of graduates are gone. Some 60% of last year’s graduates of the Harvard Business School took jobs in companies that employed 500 or fewer employees. At Stanford University’s Graduate School of Business the 800 students – counting first years and second years who take jobs – go to something like 400 distinct companies. But finding these small companies is a challenge for students as business schools still focus on the major employers. Continue reading



Foto Bärbel Schwertfeger, MBA Journal

Über Bärbel Schwertfeger

Bärbel Schwertfeger ist Diplom-Psychologin und seit 1985 als freie Journalistin im Bereich Management, Weiterbildung und Personalentwicklung tätig.