The MBA Career Management Center at the Argyros School of Business and Economics has reported that 80% of its MBA class of 2012 has received job offers within 3 months of graduation.

With national unemployment rate hovering around 8 percent (and California’s unemployment rate at around 10%), the current job market can strike fear into the hearts of even the most qualified job candidates.  Stacey Moynahan, Director of MBA Career Services, believes that in order to be successful in today’s highly competitive job market, “candidates must effectively articulate the practical, analytical and communication skills sought after by employers.” Moynahan says,   “We work to prepare our students both academically and professionally to meet these expectations.”

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