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Job seniority levels employers plan to fill in 2012, by business school degree

Job seniority levels that employers intend to fill with business school graduates in 2012, by degree type

by Statista Research Department, last edited Dec 14, 2011
Job seniority levels employers plan to fill in 2012, by business school degree This statistic shows the level of seniority at which employers are planning to hire business school graduates in 2012. The responses are also distinguished by degree type. For 2012, 69 percent of companies planned to hire Master of Accounting graduates for entry level positions.
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Job seniority levels that employers intend to fill with business school graduates in 2012, by degree type

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