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QS MBA Skills and Salaries Trends: What Employers Want

Compare average MBA salaries from around the world and learn more about which skills are most in-demand in today's workplace with the QS Global Employer Survey 2022.

To identify hiring trends, compensation norms, and the economic outlook for MBA graduates, global business school analysts at QS surveyed 5,093 employers across the world who hire MBAs. Employers w ...

To identify hiring trends, compensation norms, and the economic outlook for MBA graduates, global business school analysts at QS surveyed 5,093 employers across the world who hire MBAs.

Employers were asked not only about compensation and projected hiring rates for MBAs, but also about the functions offered to those hires, skills requirements, and ideal levels of work experience.

Whilst the last two years have seen upheaval around the world, our conversations with MBA employers paint an inspiringly optimistic picture. In many locations, a majority of employers have said they expect the economic outlook for their company to improve during the next year.

This expected improvement in economic conditions will also provide more opportunities for MBA graduates, with 50 percent of French employers and 70 percent of US employers reporting that MBA hiring levels will increase this year.

Browse through the pages linked below to learn more about the average MBA salaries by location, business school and MBA specialisation.

You can also learn more about the skills gap identified by employers, both by region and by industry

Read more
To identify hiring trends, compensation norms, and the economic outlook for MBA graduates, global business school analysts at QS surveyed 5,093 employers across the world who hire MBAs. Employers w ...

To identify hiring trends, compensation norms, and the economic outlook for MBA graduates, global business school analysts at QS surveyed 5,093 employers across the world who hire MBAs.

Employers were asked not only about compensation and projected hiring rates for MBAs, but also about the functions offered to those hires, skills requirements, and ideal levels of work experience.

Whilst the last two years have seen upheaval around the world, our conversations with MBA employers paint an inspiringly optimistic picture. In many locations, a majority of employers have said they expect the economic outlook for their company to improve during the next year.

This expected improvement in economic conditions will also provide more opportunities for MBA graduates, with 50 percent of French employers and 70 percent of US employers reporting that MBA hiring levels will increase this year.

Browse through the pages linked below to learn more about the average MBA salaries by location, business school and MBA specialisation.

You can also learn more about the skills gap identified by employers, both by region and by industry

Read more
QS MBA Skills and Salaries Trends: What Employers Want

Compare average MBA salaries from around the world and learn more about which skills are most in-demand in today's workplace with the QS Global Employer Survey 2022.

To identify hiring trends, compensation norms, and the economic outlook for MBA graduates, global business school analysts at QS surveyed 5,093 employers across ...

To identify hiring trends, compensation norms, and the economic outlook for MBA graduates, global business school analysts at QS surveyed 5,093 employers across the world who hire MBAs.

Employers were asked not only about compensation and projected hiring rates for MBAs, but also about the functions offered to those hires, skills requirements, and ideal levels of work experience.

Whilst the last two years have seen upheaval around the world, our conversations with MBA employers paint an inspiringly optimistic picture. In many locations, a majority of employers have said they expect the economic outlook for their company to improve during the next year.

This expected improvement in economic conditions will also provide more opportunities for MBA graduates, with 50 percent of French employers and 70 percent of US employers reporting that MBA hiring levels will increase this year.

Browse through the pages linked below to learn more about the average MBA salaries by location, business school and MBA specialisation.

You can also learn more about the skills gap identified by employers, both by region and by industry

Read more
To identify hiring trends, compensation norms, and the economic outlook for MBA graduates, global business school analysts at QS surveyed 5,093 employers across ...

To identify hiring trends, compensation norms, and the economic outlook for MBA graduates, global business school analysts at QS surveyed 5,093 employers across the world who hire MBAs.

Employers were asked not only about compensation and projected hiring rates for MBAs, but also about the functions offered to those hires, skills requirements, and ideal levels of work experience.

Whilst the last two years have seen upheaval around the world, our conversations with MBA employers paint an inspiringly optimistic picture. In many locations, a majority of employers have said they expect the economic outlook for their company to improve during the next year.

This expected improvement in economic conditions will also provide more opportunities for MBA graduates, with 50 percent of French employers and 70 percent of US employers reporting that MBA hiring levels will increase this year.

Browse through the pages linked below to learn more about the average MBA salaries by location, business school and MBA specialisation.

You can also learn more about the skills gap identified by employers, both by region and by industry

Read more

To identify hiring trends, compensation norms, and the economic outlook for MBA graduates, global business school analysts at QS surveyed 5,093 employers across the world who hire MBAs.

Employers were asked not only about compensation and projected hiring rates for MBAs, but also about the functions offered to those hires, skills requirements, and ideal levels of work experience.

Whilst the last two years have seen upheaval around the world, our conversations with MBA employers paint an inspiringly optimistic picture. In many locations, a majority of employers have said they expect the economic outlook for their company to improve during the next year.

This expected improvement in economic conditions will also provide more opportunities for MBA graduates, with 50 percent of French employers and 70 percent of US employers reporting that MBA hiring levels will increase this year.

Browse through the pages linked below to learn more about the average MBA salaries by location, business school and MBA specialisation.

You can also learn more about the skills gap identified by employers, both by region and by industry