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# Job market this year is so bad?

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03 Mar 2008, 14:35
Job market this year is not that bad. A report from my school (a top 5 business school), this year, 48% received offers and 30% accepted them, compared with 37% and 28% respectively last year. A lot offers were given between March and May.-K
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03 Mar 2008, 16:33
What are the constraints on those numbers? Is this for a part time program? Offers by the end of Feb, etc? 48% seems ridiculously low.
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04 Mar 2008, 18:11
I do not think this number is low. They are on-campus offers. It's a actual number. In school, you probably play with a group and you never know other groups. However, 100% students got offers for internship after all - internship data last year.
Re: Job market this year is so bad?   [#permalink] 04 Mar 2008, 18:11
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