Supply chain students fare best in the job marketRobert Mittelstaedt, dean of the W.P. Carey School of Business at Arizona State University, spoke with Bloomberg earlier this week about the prospects for business school graduates - and it turns out, studying the supply chain is one of the best ways to guarantee employment upon graduation.

According to Bloomberg, although business school admissions have become less stringent, graduates face a difficult job market. Last year, one of six MBA degree holders did not have a job by the end of the summer following graduation. However, students majoring in one very specific field - supply chain management - fared better than their classmates.

Mittelstaedt told Bloomberg that 100 percent of the supply chain management students who graduated from Arizona State's W.P. Carey School of Business found a job almost immediately after leaving school. That's especially impressive considering that Carey is the largest business school in the country by enrollment.

Even students who didn't major in supply chain management did better than students at other business schools: Carey boasts an 89 percent job placement rate.
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