What do I need to do to get a good placement after an MBA in marketing (around 10 lakhs)? I study well and do all homework on time.

Updated on : January 21, 2022 by Dillon Fuller



What do I need to do to get a good placement after an MBA in marketing (around 10 lakhs)? I study well and do all homework on time.

Your question is a bit confusing:

  1. Are you already doing said MBA?
  2. Are the 10 Lakhs, salary expectations or your MBA fee mentioned?
  3. How do you define "good" location?
  4. If you are doing an MBA, which would explain the assignment part, how do you define "studying well"? Are you in the top 5% of your intake?

So, assuming you are an MBA student and about to enter the placement sessions. Here's the lowdown on jobs. What you studied in class doesn't matter. Maybe a little. It helps a little to get your list short, if you're not in the top or bottom 5% -10% of your intake. It is all the same. Tha

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Your question is a bit confusing:

  1. Are you already doing said MBA?
  2. Are the 10 Lakhs, salary expectations or your MBA fee mentioned?
  3. How do you define "good" location?
  4. If you are doing an MBA, which would explain the assignment part, how do you define "studying well"? Are you in the top 5% of your intake?

So, assuming you are an MBA student and about to enter the placement sessions. Here's the lowdown on jobs. What you studied in class doesn't matter. Maybe a little. It helps a little to get your list short, if you're not in the top or bottom 5% -10% of your intake. It is all the same. That is the reason why most of the best MBA schools offer a 4 degree system.

  • the top 15% get 4.
  • next 35% get 3.66
  • next 35% get 3.33
  • The last 15% get 3.
  • almost no one fails.
  • They also select the candidates quite strongly in the selection process, the group is quite even

Now back to the locations.

You send your CV to the recruiter, guess how long he spends reading it. 6 seconds. Not minutes. Seconds. That's right, blink six times. and boom. your resume is overlooked or discarded. (Guess how much time job recruiters spend on your resume?)

So, to stand out, to grab the recruiter's attention, you need to put a magnet on the CV. Being one of the best in your class can be one of those. But they can do many other things as well. for example, professional skydiver. Olympic gold medalist. Founder of an NGO in your town. early.

Once you have selected your CV, IT DOES NOT MATTER. ABSOLUTELY.

What matters is your focus! Make your hit list.

  • 5-6 of the most wanted companies. YOU REALLY REALLY WANT TO GO HERE
  • 10–12 backup companies. HE DOESN'T CARE WORKING HERE.
  • 5-6 safe companies. OKAY, NO PROBLEM. I CAN RECOVER.

Now visit your LinkedIn, find 2-3 people from each company that you can comfortably talk to.

Start talking to them. ask for their advice. These 40–50 people are your stairway to your new job. I hope I have not confused too much.

Have fun.

As you are an MBA / BBA, I recommend that you opt for the digital marketing industry.

Starting your career and becoming an expert in digital marketing can accelerate your career.

Digital marketing is among the top spots in the latest marketing trends. As we move into a digitized future, learning digital marketing has immense potential for potential losses. A deep understanding of digital marketing can generate great new opportunities for BBA or MBA students, and help you outperform your competitors when searching for a job. Established companies across the country would even go as far as claiming

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As you are an MBA / BBA, I recommend that you opt for the digital marketing industry.

Starting your career and becoming an expert in digital marketing can accelerate your career.

Digital marketing is among the top spots in the latest marketing trends. As we move into a digitized future, learning digital marketing has immense potential for potential losses. A deep understanding of digital marketing can generate great new opportunities for BBA or MBA students, and help you outperform your competitors when searching for a job. Established companies across the country would even go so far as to claim that "mastering digital marketing skills is a prerequisite for success" while searching for a job.

Digital Marketing Job Opportunities You Can Get: -

  • Search Engine Marketer / Specialist (must have experience, may vary)
  • Content Marketing Manager (10-15 lac per year)
  • Digital Marketing Manager (15-20 lac per year)
  • Social Media Marketing Expert (10-30 lac per year) - Depends on experience.

These are just purely digital marketing based jobs.

Many other jobs also require digital marketing, experience in digital marketing will take you places.

Hi, friend,

You must do well in CAT (at least 80 score) / Mat (96 above) to pursue the few higher levels of MAT (mainly IIM / IIFT / ISB / IMT -Ghaz / XLRI / NMIMS prefer engnr with work experience; IIM A / B / C with 96% around this category; there is also an exception)

Since you prefer sales (core marketing job profile is rare), having a licensed 2-wheeler is nice; check this directly with the placement officer at your favorite college.

If you can't get the top CAT level, try to pursue the top MAT level like Simsree Mumbai Govt of MH (score 99. general caste), Pumba Pune univ, XIME Blore, Bimtech Noida, IFMR

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Hi, friend,

You must do well in CAT (at least 80 score) / Mat (96 above) to pursue the few higher levels of MAT (mainly IIM / IIFT / ISB / IMT -Ghaz / XLRI / NMIMS prefer engnr with work experience; IIM A / B / C with 96% around this category; there is also an exception)

Since you prefer sales (core marketing job profile is rare), having a licensed 2-wheeler is nice; check this directly with the placement officer at your favorite college.

If you can't get top CAT level, try to go for top MAT level like Simsree Mumbai Govt of MH (score 99. overall caste), Pumba Pune univ, XIME Blore, Bimtech Noida, IFMR, Great Lakes Chennai.

Otherwise, don't take chances with such a large investment / bank loan load.

Feel free to write.

I strongly believe that generic advice is bad advice, as circumstances play a huge role and if you are not considering them, advice can lead you in the opposite direction. Therefore, MBA can be a great option for some, while you can waste (more or less) two precious years, a reasonable amount of cash for others, and you must also consider opportunity cost. I said that education is never really a waste.

I am someone who did an MBA, immediately after four years of engineering. I have no regrets at all, and I'm glad I did. I went to an MBA because I was wrong with Engineering. I scored close

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I strongly believe that generic advice is bad advice, as circumstances play a huge role and if you are not considering them, advice can lead you in the opposite direction. Therefore, MBA can be a great option for some, while you can waste (more or less) two precious years, a reasonable amount of cash for others, and you must also consider opportunity cost. I said that education is never really a waste.

I am someone who did an MBA, immediately after four years of engineering. I have no regrets at all, and I'm glad I did. I went to an MBA because I was wrong with Engineering. I got almost 70% but didn't know the basics and didn't even know what job titles I should apply for. I choose Engineering because I wanted to design products. But once I was there, I understood that engineering doesn't really teach you that (it teaches you a lot of things, but all those theories weren't for me). Simply put, I lost interest and then tried to get that certificate so I could find a job. But I was wrong, the job (the profile I wanted) does not come with the certificate. I realized that a little late and went to an MBA.

So if you are an engineer making a mistake, an MBA can (not guaranteed, depends on many factors) help you, only if you take your MBA at a good institution (one factor). By good institution I do not mean institutions that offer "100% placement." If that's your motto, start running. If good companies are visiting that particular institution, it is a good sign, but understand this, the location is entirely up to you. Your skills will determine whether you will get the job you want. A good institution must expose it to the market. It should allow you to explore. MBA for the sake of that certificate will not help you *.

Now by * you I don't mean people who have dreams and are ready to work for them. People who want to grow and be more than 'average'. For those who want an average career, do something, get paid can go ahead, get the certificate and find a job somewhere.

If you think that an MBA will magically give you a high paying job, you are sorely mistaken. If you are taking MBAs aimlessly, it will get you nowhere. The MBA label is no longer fancy, IIM is a completely different level. Don't compare IIM PGDM with MBA from an average institution. The energy, the students admitted by the IIM, the faculty, the program, etc. they are all different.

If you really want to learn business topics, there is a ton of relevant content online for 2017. MBA will make you a cat of all and a master of none. Not really a good trait for a fresco (there are exceptions).

Engineering + MBA is a powerful combination for great engineers who want to develop business skills. And for a below-average engineer, I don't know what kind of value an MBA will add. Can it be a new beginning?

After being in Engineering core, if you want to move on to management, MBA can help you. Not because it will reveal the secret source, because some hiring managers think so. Again, this depends on the quality and culture of the entire company, HR, and senior management. This is why I hate giving generic advice. I personally know HR managers who place great value on the MBA certificate (I don't care what you know). Many times all it takes is a lot of work to move up the ladder.

If you did your engineering right, I would always recommend MTech / MS instead of MBA. This may not be the answer that many would like to hear. But look for the reality around you. MBA is not the only solution and MBA has no magic power to earn a high salary.

If you are thinking that pursuing an MBA will make you good on the business side, it probably won't. Personally, I believe that MBA can only amplify who you already are. And there are many other profitable ways to do it. It's just a personal view. I could be wrong.

Edit: answer to a question I received.

I probably won't choose to do an MBA right now if I'm just completing my engineering right now. Few reasons.

  • It is 2017 now and things have changed. I would probably start small and try to grow.
  • I did an MBA in the UK, now there is no option to be left behind.
  • CAT is not really my cup of tea, so the chances of getting into a good institution are very less.
  • Now I know that the Internet is a great source of relevant information.

But you know I can't say for sure. Circumstances

Being an MBA myself with over 10 years of corporate experience, there is no direct answer to this question.

  1. Initially, MBA is a label that allows you entry into the corporate world and gives you a positive vote of eligibility for decent jobs (I have seen large companies offering a meager 10k to 15k to new MBA candidates, the only exception being given to top B schools selected like IIM etc, others are all the same for them and candidates accept jobs to get company brand or have limited options)
  2. After a few years, you will find yourself on the same platform with non-MB colleagues.
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Being an MBA myself with over 10 years of corporate experience, there is no direct answer to this question.

  1. Initially, MBA is a label that allows you entry into the corporate world and gives you a positive vote of eligibility for decent jobs (I have seen large companies offering a meager 10k to 15k to new MBA candidates, the only exception being given to top B schools selected like IIM etc, others are all the same for them and candidates accept jobs to get company brand or have limited options)
  2. After a few years, you will find yourself on the same platform with colleagues who are not MBAs but who have the same work experience as you.
  3. You may also find that the specialization you chose in MBA does not interest you as far as the work of that department is concerned. For example, MBA finance could have taken that field to become a financial planning manager in a company, but had a chance in areas like mutual funds, stocks, accounting, etc. interests you, your ex job in that field will bring you similar jobs and you would feel like you could have taken marketing.
    The same situation could also be the other way around
  4. The DUal specialization helps sometime in the above scenario, but only when you can find out your situation in the first 2 or 3 years of your job.
  5. Things light up only when you choose a particular field, you know what the career options are in that field, you get a job in that specialization and that domain, you continue to work and grow in that profile.

My suggestions for you

  • Make a diary
  • option 1 - finance
  • List the top 10 financial companies such as banks, government companies, financial lenders, investments, etc. and the top 10 nonfinancial consumer goods companies, etc.
  • Find finance positions in each company and know all the work that is done at each level.
  • find out what interests you or if that interests you
  • Do the same with option 2- Marketing
  • Explore areas such as branding, promotion, digital marketing, product management, creative development, media, and public relations
  • Discover the scope of monetary and hierarchical growth
  • Take it as a project
  • Restrict your areas of interest and possibilities of work in the field and its demand for the next 10 years. You must list at least 3 areas of interest based on priority.

It seems like a big task, but your career and your life are worth this effort at least.

Good luck

Considering the current status of MBA graduates in our country, it is imperative that any student take some specialization or another and acquire some additional skills to really achieve that good salary package, or the highly coveted position in a good company.

Also, to find out how MBA graduates are currently doing, take a look at the statement below from ASSOCHAM (Association of Indian Chambers of Commerce and Industries):

"It has been reported that more than 93% of MBA graduates have been unemployed in 2016."

And now it's 2019! The condition of MBA graduates

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Considering the current status of MBA graduates in our country, it is imperative that any student take some specialization or another and acquire some additional skills to really achieve that good salary package, or the highly coveted position in a good company.

Also, to find out how MBA graduates are currently doing, take a look at the statement below from ASSOCHAM (Association of Indian Chambers of Commerce and Industries):

"It has been reported that more than 93% of MBA graduates have been unemployed in 2016."

And now it's 2019! The condition of MBA graduates has yet to improve anyway, and the numbers continue to proliferate further.

So if you are someone who has completed your MBA and is now stumped on what to do next to have a good future and put all the money that you must have invested to continue your MBA education, to good use, this article might help you. you get the correct address.

Courses after your MBA

Post your MBA, you can actually search for more options, and with the advancement of technology so fast, information is truly available at your fingertips.

Depending entirely on what you are good at as an individual or where your interest lies, you can take a particular course.

For example, if you are very interested in Finance, you can take any Finance related course like the CFA (Chartered Financial Analyst), or if you are interested in Human Resources, you can also take a little personal preparation or personality development. courses, and if you are someone who is interested in marketing, you can take up advanced marketing techniques or digital marketing courses after your MBA, etc.

Talking about it brings me to the topic of digital marketing and why I personally like it so much.

Why is digital marketing better for any MBA graduate?

I started my career as an MBA graduate in the field of finance. Posting my MBA I felt completely lost and completely aimless as to what was to come next, as there were no open positions in any organization, and those who were ready to hire me offered me peanuts in return.

So I decided to improve my knowledge and give my profile an additional boost, as I wanted the perfect returns for my investment for my MBA studies.

So I searched the internet, spoke to some experts, and then realized that I needed to select a course in a field, which would not only increase my chances of getting a placement, but would also offer lucrative packages with a huge growth opportunity. in the future. In short, it needed to be a bit futuristic.

And there is only one option that fits perfectly. I took the Digital Marketing course from the Digital Vidya Institute, which is a leader in all of Asia and they helped me make the perfect decision by helping me decide which subject I could choose as a specialization. Digital marketing offers you several specializations from which you can choose one or all based on your interest levels.

The best part about digital marketing is not limited to any major in your educational degree, as no matter what degree you are in, you can still go further with digital marketing. Furthermore, digital marketing is in high demand these days and is also ubiquitous as it is absolutely futuristic and evolutionary in nature, leaving scope for many to make the most of the opportunities it offers.

Good luck!

MBA campus placements are based on three pillars

  1. Fitness
  2. Group discussions
  3. Interview

For now, let's just ignore some of the surprise rounds the company put him on.

The first step is to identify what your weak pillar is and start working on it. Let's say you have low aptitude; it is best to practice a lot, from the YouTube videos and try to solve as much as possible from various books.

Then comes GD / PI

The master trick to breaking GD / PI for any aspiring MBA is based on three pillars.

  1. Current affairs.
  2. Self-awareness.
  3. Knowledge of the domain.

Current affairs: you must know what is going on and

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MBA campus placements are based on three pillars

  1. Fitness
  2. Group discussions
  3. Interview

For now, let's just ignore some of the surprise rounds the company put him on.

The first step is to identify what your weak pillar is and start working on it. Let's say you have low aptitude; it is best to practice a lot, from the YouTube videos and try to solve as much as possible from various books.

Then comes GD / PI

The master trick to breaking GD / PI for any aspiring MBA is based on three pillars.

  1. Current affairs.
  2. Self-awareness.
  3. Knowledge of the domain.

Current affairs: you need to know what is going on around you, nationally and internationally. The best practice would be to prepare an online or offline sheet with the acronym PESTEL (Political, Economic, Social, Technological, Environmental, Legal) Record the news in this column, so that you can review it while going to GD / PI. Also be sure to formulate your own opinions on recent trends such as corporate governance in India and abroad, this can only be done if you read a lot of independent columns.

Self-awareness: 60% of your PI is based on this, how well do you know yourself, the best way to solve this is to dedicate some time to yourself and your development, try to know what things you like, what you are well. , and this can only happen when you spend time alone and talk to yourself.

Knowledge of the domain: Having a solid knowledge of the domain is like having a weapon in a knife fight, make sure you know all the basics of your graduation courses, they help you a lot, also if you have work experience, it becomes more eminent to explain what type of work you did in the organization.

It is always good to walk into a well prepared interview with the following questions given below:

  • Tell me about yourself (elevator tone)
  • Why should we hire you ? SWOT analysis where their strengths are linked to the profile of the company.
  • Long-term objectives 5 years and 10 years
  • How well has your education prepared you for work?
  • Conflict with the boss's behavior question?
  • If you are hired, what contributions can you bring?
  • Work experience / no. Work experience ?

In addition to this, whenever you show up for the interview, do a thorough research of the company based on the given parameters.

  • History
  • Size of the company
  • Quantity of employees
  • Sister company
  • How long have they been present
  • List of basic services
  • VMGOE * Connect it to your personalities
  • Main competitors
  • Why do you want to join this particular industry / company?
  • Are you ready to handle the respective challenge?
  • Can you work under pressure (a situation where you almost failed or failed)?
  • Time management
  • How objective are you with yourself?
  • If a co-worker friend steals something, how would you react?
  • Cross Sell - Upselling
  • Suspecting - Prospecting (Identify potential customer)
  • Customer acquisition or loyalty
  • What is the churn rate?
  • What is the cost of customer acquisition?

I hope this helps :)

First of all, doing an MBA from a top-tier institute (IIM -A, B, C & L, XLRI, ISB, FMS, SP Jain, etc.) always helps to get good opportunities. IIM-A is the best when it comes to marketing

Note that I have written good opportunities; and not good jobs. Although people who drop out of these institutes have a high probability of being interviewed / evaluated by major companies, these may not necessarily make good locations.

Second, having a good job is very relative. Marketing involves several aspects and there are many jobs that are included in the field of marketing:

  1. Product / brand management
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First of all, doing an MBA from a top-tier institute (IIM -A, B, C & L, XLRI, ISB, FMS, SP Jain, etc.) always helps to get good opportunities. IIM-A is the best when it comes to marketing

Note that I have written good opportunities; and not good jobs. Although people who drop out of these institutes have a high probability of being interviewed / evaluated by major companies, these may not necessarily make good locations.

Second, having a good job is very relative. Marketing involves several aspects and there are many jobs that are included in the field of marketing:

  1. Product / brand management - one of the most popular jobs in the field
  2. Sales / Business Development / Account Management
  3. Digital marketing (SEO, email, social media marketing)
  4. Marketing communications (advertising, public relations, content)
  5. Market research
  6. Marketing / Business Analysis

The choice of role depends on your skills, interests, profile, goals, compensation, etc.)

So once you've done an MBA and decided on the department you want to be in, you have the following options available to you:

  1. Internship: if you are looking for a really good brand and you are clear that you want to work there but do not have the necessary experience, you can do an internship with them. Ceteris paribus, if your performance is good, you will be assigned a full-time position.
  2. Build the right contacts - Networking with people who work in the role or company you want will give you an idea of ​​what is required. (But networking is easier said than done)
  3. Skill Addition / Preparation: With my experience and understanding, I can safely say that the academic world has failed to catch up with what the industry demands. To get the job done, it is not just your concepts and theory that will help you, but also a number of other factors that go into this. Training (through courses or self-study) for a particular job will definitely get you places. Although prima facie, this may not be the most exciting thing to do, but this is sure to sustain you in the long run and put you in a much better position when you are interviewing at your dream company. For example, if you are aspiring to develop a career in MarComm (marketing communications) or digital marketing,
  4. Apply to Startups - Startups (especially early stage ones) give you exposure to get your hands dirty on different roles so you can try and test for yourself which one works well or interests you. While it's not easy to get over startups and survive there, being in the right place can do wonders for your career. (Also, being in a new company that is in the same industry as your dream company gives you an edge.)
  5. Start Your Business - If you have a VC or an angel (investor, of course!) By your side, along with the blessings of F&F (Family and Friends), you can start your own business. If you don't, then a disruptive idea can always make its way onto Kickstarter or other crowdfunding platforms) This also gives you hands-on experience dealing with a myriad of business problems and prepares you to get the job you need. I've been yearning all this time.

That said, these are the options that come to mind. Sure there are others too.

Hope this serves as a starting point :)

Many would say that you take advantage of any opportunity without taking into account the work profile but, in my opinion, one must be clear from the beginning about the profile since it counts as your experience.

After an MBA in Marketing, you will be open to a job profile such as: -

a) Account Manager (Advertising) - They work in the customer service department and act as a liaison officer between the client and the creative team of the advertising agency.

b) Brand Manager: a brand manager deals with the identity of the brand and its position in the market. They are the ones who manage the reputation of the brands.

c) Research Manager / Analyst -

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Many would say that you take advantage of any opportunity without taking into account the work profile but, in my opinion, one must be clear from the beginning about the profile since it counts as your experience.

After an MBA in Marketing, you will be open to a job profile such as: -

a) Account Manager (Advertising) - They work in the customer service department and act as a liaison officer between the client and the creative team of the advertising agency.

b) Brand Manager: a brand manager deals with the identity of the brand and its position in the market. They are the ones who manage the reputation of the brands.

c) Research Administrator / Analyst: Market researchers are analysts who examine and anticipate consumer behavior that enables brands to target and communicate with the audience.

d) Sales Manager - Many institutes offer sales and marketing programs and therefore students are offered this position. This profile can include a direct and indirect sales approach depending on the organization.

e) Business Development Manager - They are the business generators in the organization.

f) Digital Marketing Managers - This position requires additional internet marketing skill. As in this position, there are also SMM and SEM managers.

With emerging and corporate industries, job profiles also expand and sometimes involve multiple roles under one position.

Preparing for MBA placements can be tricky if not done correctly. I'm glad you asked this question, as many students don't realize the correct way to prepare for MBA placements that ultimately affect their career. Read the points written below and prepare effectively.

  1. Create a CV that projects you as a Marketer. Therefore, include all those activities / work experience that create an image of you as a marketer in the recruiter's mind. But remember to limit your CV to ONE PAGE.
  2. Prepare some basic / frequently asked questions. For example, "Tell me about yourself", "Why marketing", "Why this co
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Preparing for MBA placements can be tricky if not done correctly. I'm glad you asked this question, as many students don't realize the correct way to prepare for MBA placements that ultimately affect their career. Read the points written below and prepare effectively.

  1. Create a CV that projects you as a Marketer. Therefore, include all those activities / work experience that create an image of you as a marketer in the recruiter's mind. But remember to limit your CV to ONE PAGE.
  2. Prepare some basic / frequently asked questions. For example, "Tell me about yourself", "Why marketing", "Why this company" and some more.
  3. Get to know the company you have applied to. Make sure to focus during your company presentation. From this, certain questions would be asked during the interview.
  4. Get to know the concepts thoroughly. In the interview, you will be asked certain situational questions / application-based questions to test your conceptual knowledge.
  5. Improve your communication skills! Having good social skills and the ability to drive the conversation and express yourself clearly to the hiring team would work wonders during GD / PI.
  6. Esté bien arreglado. Asegúrate de tener tus atuendos listos y arreglado el cabello unos días antes de que comiencen las ubicaciones.

CONSEJO DE ORO: Asegúrate de consultar con los exalumnos antes de buscar prácticas. Podrían proporcionar información valiosa sobre los reclutadores que vienen en busca de campañas de ubicación.

¡Todo lo mejor!

MBA in marketing can open up many career opportunities. But rest assured, you will be joining a sales position early in your career. Aside from IT companies and BFSI (banking, financial services and insurance), which I do not consider suitable marketing functions, all other companies will ask you to do field work. There is a logic behind that. Unless you understand the perception and problems of ordinary customers and small retailers, you cannot become a successful marketer. Contrary to popular perception, these sales roles will not include making jingles and promotional plans. Most of you

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MBA in marketing can open many career opportunities. But remain certain that you will be incorporated into a sales role early in your career. Apart from IT companies and BFSI(banking, financial services and insurance), which I don’t consider proper marketing roles, every other company will ask you to go on field work. There’s logic behind that. Unless you don’t understand the perception and problems of ordinary customers and small retailers, you can’t make a successful marketer. Against the popular perception, these sales roles won’t include making jingles and promotional plans. Most of the times, it would be related to stocking, inventory management, and hard sales. It can also include cold calling at times.

Once you have a taste of sales and a relative expertise in it, you can move on to marketing roles such as marketing manager, sales manager, product manager, etc.

As an exception to the above mentioned practices, if you join a marketing research firm, you can become a market research analyst straightaway. If you happen to join an e-commerce firm, you won’t be required to do on ground sales and can move on to roles such as category manager, marketing manager, omni channel retail manager, etc. A lot of roles will depend upon your college too. FMCGs are quite selective in their approach and open their roles only in the top colleges.

I have done MBA in Marketing. I am listing based on my experience ! I got a job in the Digital Marketing.

  1. Good Salary
  2. Less tension compared to the B-School pressure
  3. Constant Learning about the Market
  4. Decision Making ability
  5. Marriage Proposals :)
  6. Understood MBA Basics are very very important !
  7. Quest to build networks!

However life has up and down ! we need to learn how to swim during the phase. MBA education did that for me :)

Cheers :)

Happy MBA :)

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