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Find an Undergrad B-School That Helps You Stand Out

Dave_BerryDave_Berry CC Admissions Expert Posts: 2,676 Senior Member
"While there's been a national push for college students to study science and tech-related fields, those who study business may get more employers' attention.

Business majors are the most likely to be included in an employer's hiring pool, and 75 percent of employers indicated they would hire at least one business major this year, according to Michigan State University's "Recruiting Trends 2017-18" report.

Undergraduates who study business often have a specific focus – such as finance, supply chain management or business administration – and later generally work in consulting, financial services, banking or a related field.

For college applicants who want to find an undergraduate business program that will help them stand out in the job market, researching schools' careers services department can help them find the right fit, experts say." ...

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