At InsideIIM, we're focused on delivering insights that can help you shape your management career. To this end, every year, we publish our Recruitment Survey reports - a series of reports that attempt to bring clarity around salary expectations post-MBA, which companies to work with, which sectors and job functions to consider, and more. Every year, we receive a valuable number of responses from eager MBA students across all tiers of Indian MBA colleges; basis these responses, we generate reports to help MBA aspirants and students make well-informed career decisions. Here is a compilation of the eight latest reports in the Recruitment Survey series.
It's an established fact - while selecting a b-school or company to work with, the salary offered takes precedence over most other factors. Given the colossal fees that IIMs and other b-schools charge for a two-year MBA, this makes sense from an ROI perspective. To find out what salaries students at top IIMs expect at the end of their two-year MBA, we surveyed hundreds of students from across India to find out their monthly in-hand salary expectations.
In 2021, students from IIMs, FMS, XLRI, ISB and other leading MBA colleges have declared an e-commerce giant as their dream company to work with after an MBA, followed by one of the world's few companies with a market cap of over a trillion US dollars. Also amongst the top three is a consumer goods company that is revered and is very popular on b-school campuses. Here is the complete list of the top 25 companies to work with after MBA!
Consulting is, without a doubt, the most sought after function for fresh MBA graduates looking for a big paycheque, a steep learning curve, and a glamorous lifestyle. This trend can also be seen in the latest placement reports of India's leading management institutes. So, which consulting firms do MBA students dream of working with? Which of the MBB or the Big 4 consulting firms do students want to work with most? To find out, we asked MBA students from across the country to share with us their preferences of the most desirable consulting firms to work with in India. Here's what we discovered.
A study by GMAC revealed that almost 35 percent of MBA graduates at the top global business schools aspire to pursue a career in Finance. In India, MBA students have revealed that the BFSI sector is amongst the most desirable sectors and roles to work in - case in point being IIM Ahmedabad, where Finance emerged as the second most in-demand function for the MBA batch of 2021. So, which top Finance companies do MBA students aspire to work with? Here's the complete list.
During the placements process at b-schools, choosing which company to work with is important; for many, this will be their first-ever employer in the corporate world. While one would expect factors such as compensation and brand-value to be on the top of the priority list while choosing an employer, the InsideIIM Recruitment Survey has revealed for that to not be the case. So, what factors do MBA students put at the top of their priority list when it comes to choosing a brand to work with? Is money more important or work-life balance and career growth? Here's what we found.
In recent years, the technology and eCommerce sectors have seen tremendous growth, in part due to the pandemic. These companies find themselves amongst the most valuable companies in the world by market capitalization as well as earnings. These companies are also innovating rapidly and, being great pay masters, have attracted the attention of students at India's top MBA colleges. So, which of these companies do MBA students want to work with? Find out in this article!
MBA students' internal debate between picking a sector, company, or role has been one that has raged on for many years, and the one question MBA students ask even before joining a business school is - "How do I pick my post-MBA job?" The answer to this critical question can vary from student-to-student and can go on to shape entire careers. To help MBA students' decision-making process, we've come up with a list of the top roles and sectors MBA students want to be in, as per the latest InsideIIM Recruitment Survey of 2021.
Ever since the inception of the InsideIIM Recruitment Survey, Unilever, P&G and Nestle have dominated the rankings for the most desirable FMCG recruiters. Unilever, particularly, has shown tremendous consistency by remaining at the numero uno position for over half a decade. But will preferences change this year? The InsideIIM Recruitment survey intends to answer these questions in detail.