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New post 03 May 2015, 13:08
Are you wondering what the hot MBA jobs of the future will be? Take a look at these six up-and-coming jobs that US News & World Report highlights as well-suited for business school graduates. Not surprising, they all command solid salaries, and the US Bureau of Labor Statistics predicts hiring growth in these industries.

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Here are US News’s top picks:

Operations research analyst: Higher-level operations research analysts usually have an MBA with a specialization in production and operations management. Consider top schools, such as University of Pennsylvania’s Wharton School and the Michigan Ross School of Business.

IT Manager: These professionals supervise employees, communicate with internal executives and outside vendors as well as plan various tech upgrades for their employer. Check out the excellent program for information systems at MIT Sloan School of Management.

Management Analyst: These professionals provide feedback on improving an organization’s efficiency and profitability. Competitive candidates have a few years of experience in operations, and have earned an MBA with a focus on management. Stanford Graduate School of Business and Harvard Business School have top programs.?

Financial analyst: These professionals help companies determine when to buy and sell investments. The Chicago Booth School of Business and the NYU Stern School of Business offer top finance programs.

HR specialist: These professionals work with a company’s employees, by doing anything from recruiting them to training them to explaining their benefits. HR specialists don’t need an MBA, but the degree will help them stand out from the competition.

Information security analyst: These analysts monitor and protect an organization’s computer network and systems. Companies prefer to hire those with an MBA. The UT McCombs School of Business and Carnegie Mellon University’s Tepper School of Business are top-notch programs for studying information systems.

As you can see, employers are looking for skilled managers to lead the way in today’s global economy. Business and management degrees can be a powerful driver of confidence and opportunity to achieve those ambitious goals.

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New post 15 May 2015, 03:11
it is good to get relevant job experience while doing in MBA program. Most candidates have 2 to 5 years of full-time work experience. While things may vary from school to school in granting admissions, admission committee members may give 10-25% points to job experience. But the experience the person will get before the course is really worth to get good job in your stream.
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New post 14 Jun 2015, 21:18
Its very helpful good to get relevant job experience while doing in MBA program.
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New post 27 Jul 2015, 06:56
Very interesting article.

As an MBA student I do notice the demand for MBA's in different industries. It is truly a flexible degree that allows you to spin it the way you'd like. Obviously, your past experience and drive to switch your career path are key drivers to obtaining this.

There is a service that utilizes cognitive and social traits to determine your fit with particular companies (and jobs) rather than actual experience. This is meant more for recent MBA grads than those with 10+ years of work experience.

The way it works is simple and smart. You go to their site, take a free assessment and receive a full profile that includes your company matches. If you have compatibility with a company you expressed interest in, they can reach out to you. Think about getting rid of resumes and cover letters and jumping straight to an interview, genius.

Hope this helps!

Check it out: http://bit.ly/1JxEviS
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