It is that time of the year again—magazines and online sites are publishing rankings, B-schoolers are preparing for placements, and aspirants are preparing for B-school entrance tests. The hope is that good jobs would be available at the end of the journey, and that the economy would support the job market.
The placements in the 2015 season improved over 2014, and the trend is likely to continue. In fact, the average starting salaries in the top 25 institutes improved by over seven per cent over 2014. Given this, is everything hunky dory for graduates new to the job market?