A fundamental question for every MIM student is: Does my investment in a graduate program pay off? GMAC - the organization that created the GMAT - conducts surveys on this and other topics every year.
More employers will hire Master in Management graduates in 2016
The recent 2015 Year-End Poll of Employer Summary Report provides positive news for Master in Management graduates. According to this survey, more firms want to hire MIM graduates in 2016 compared with 2015. In fact, 34 percent of the 179 participating employers plan to hire Master in Management (MIM) graduates in 2016 - 5 percent more than in 2015.
Europe vs. US
Moreover, Europe still offers better options for Master in Management graduates than the US. More than half of the firms who hire MIM graduates come from Europe whereas only 25 percent are based in the US.
Internships for MIM students
Finally, 18 percent of the employers who participated in the survey offer internships for MIM students.