Year-End Poll of Employers
Get an update on final hiring numbers and early insight into expectations for the coming year
Get the most from GMAC research in 2014 by participating in our survey research program. Benefits include: early summary reports, robust interactive data tools, and unique benchmark opportunities.
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GMAC conducts a Year-End Poll of Employers every November to compare actual hiring for the past year with hiring projections for the next.
The 2013 report includes detailed data about MBA programs and three of the most popular master's programs at today's business schools: Master in Management, Master of Accounting, and Master of Finance.
The results give participating employers benchmarking statistics and provide business schools and students with an advance look at job market prospects. In 2013, 211 employers representing a diverse cross-section of companies—including 41 Fortune 500 companies and 22 Fortune 100 companies—responded to the study.
Our Latest Reports
2013 Year-End Poll of Employers Summary Report
Highlights From the 2013 Report
- Employer Hiring Plans Holding Steady for 2014 Job Market. Job opportunities available in 2014 for the majority of business school candidates are expected to mirror actual hiring patterns reported by employers for 2013.
- Salaries in 2014 Expected to Increase at or Above Inflation Rate. A majority of responding employers plan to increase annual base salary for new hires either at or above the rate of inflation.
- Internships Plentiful for MBAs. 88% of employers offer internships to graduate business students and 61% intend to offer MBA internships in 2014.
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