The Corporate Recruiters Survey, GMAC’s annual survey of employers that recruit on business school campuses, shows that the job market continues to improve for graduate business degree holders, in Missouri and worldwide.
An estimated 80% of companies plan to hire MBAs in 2014, with the health care and manufacturing sectors showing the greatest expected growth in MBA hiring compared with last year.
Current and prospective MBA in Entrepreneurial Leadership degree candidates at William Woods can build their leadership skills— important for any industry, in cities such as Fulton, Columbia, Jefferson City, Hannibal, Cape Girardeau, Joplin and others around the state.
When Missouri economic development agencies looked at the state’s fastest growing companies, many came from the health care sector.
One good resource for anyone considering a MBA in Entrepreneurial Leadership degree is the Heart of America Chapter of Healthcare Financial Management Association, which offers employment information and networking opportunities.
Data shows that 94% of the William Woods recent MBA graduates are working full-time or continuing their education, and that 83% of recent MBA graduates are employed in a position that requires an MBA.