The Online Job Search: Infographic |

The Online Job Search: Infographic

By Pavel Kantorek

Updated July 30, 2019 Updated July 30, 2019

There are many channels through which one can find an MBA job. Perhaps your MBA internship will lead to a full-time role; perhaps you’ll find your match at a recruiter event on campus or through being introduced by the careers department of your business school; or maybe you’ll be able to find something off-grid by virtue of some networking magic.

However, there will people for whom, for a variety of reasons, such channels will not yield an MBA job. So, what now? Well, in the second decade of the 21st century, the answer in most cases will be an online job search (hopefully some of the skills used to research business schools online will come in handy).

While, sure, a number of choice MBA jobs will be filled through the aforementioned methods, many companies – in a bid to find the best global talent – will put out the word online. But it’s certainly not just case of Googling ‘give me an MBA job, lots of money please’ – you need to go about your online job search in a methodical, targeted fashion, making the most of the myriad online resources out there. 

But, how, you ask, can you go about this?  Well, hopefully this infographic from Washington State University’s College of Business will help you make a start…


Washington State University

This article was originally published in May 2016 . It was last updated in July 2019

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Mansoor is a contributor to and former editor of He is a higher and business education specialist, who has been published in media outlets around the world. He studied English literature at BA and MA level and has a background in consumer journalism.


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