While 64 per cent of Indian business graduates stay in their home country, 23 per cent go the US and two per cent to Canada.
In the case of China, 48 per cent stay home, while eight per cent prefer Hong Kong as their second job destination after the US.
The Alumni Perspectives Survey by the Graduate Management Admission Council (GMAC), which administers the worldwide Graduate Management Admissions Test (GMAT), is based on a poll of 20,704 alumni from 129 nations, including 984 from India.
Chosen excerpts by Job Market Monitor. Read the whole story at A fourth of Indian business graduates get jobs in US – Business Today.
- MBA / US vs Europe on jobs and pay
- India – 85% of employees looking elsewhere
- India / 48% think their current employment as ‘just a job’
- India / 47 pct of 2013 grads would be unemployable