QuoteOriginally posted by: AndyNguyenQuoteOriginally posted by: traderjoe1976you have to go to the career web sites of the MBA programs at Harvard, Stanford, Wharton, etc. They provide detailed information for several years, which countries the students are coming from and which countries they are taking employment and the salaries which the MBA students are getting in the different countries along with the number of MBA students taking jobs in each country. For PhD students, it is just my personal knowledge having interacted with them for many years. The PhD programs also provide information which universities the students are joining each year. i have got the links in one of my files.Thanks for the tipJust out of curiosity, I went to Harvard MBA websitehttp://www.hbs.edu/recruiting/mba/data-and-sta ... ics.htmlAt
the bottom, they haveHistorical Career Placement Statistics by LocationYear US Asia/South Pacific2001 80% 4%2002 78% 5%2003 80% 6%2004 81% 6%2005 84% 6%2006 82% 5%2007 82% 6%2008 80% 6%2009 77% 8%2010 80% 8%So less than 10% Harvard MBA has gone to Asia for work during the last 10 years.I can go to other MBA programs, look at the numbers but I don't see any reason how one can come up with the conclusion that 90% of them are turning down offers in USA and taking jobs in Hongkong, Singapore, and mainland China.That data is accurate. Less than 10% of Harvard MBAs, but that is 90% of the Harvard MBAs who are from China. 65% of Harvard MBAs are from USA, plus a large number from Europe and South America.I did not say that 90% of Harvard MBAs are taking jobs in China. I said that 90% of Harvard MBAs who are from China are taking jobs in China / Singapore / Hongkong and the salaries they are getting are equal to what they would have got in USA. Plus in Singapore and Hongkong they pay 15% tax rate.