@A_J_Sahae said:@maidenfreak , I'd appreciate it if you didn't make sweeping statements like "they recruit only consulting roles" even with the "imo" modifier. That one line can mislead more than giving no information at all.We have had Indian IT candidates switching to investment banking, corporate strategy, marketing analytics, some rotational programs (including leadership rotational programs) and various other roles in the past. Now, I personally don't know a lot of Indians in product management roles in tech companies, but that doesn't mean there aren't any tech related roles to be found. Our technology association works hard to help you find the job you're looking for.Product manager roles are indeed tough roles to get, but one of the second years [a Chinese student] just recently got full time offers from both Google and Amazon which are some of the harder ones to crack. And there might be more offers that we are yet to hear about.Overall, Ashwin, Bay area is your best bet. But to get there, you'll need to do a lot of networking. And that is regardless of whether you're in Emory or UT. There is definitely a growing tech entrepreneurship trend in Atlanta, but I'm not sure of how that translates to job opportunities if you're an international student.And finally, please continue in the following thread:www.pagalguy.com/forums/gmat-a...This here is last year's thread.
@maidenfreak said:@AB_88 Frankly from my experience with Goizuetta (I am pursuing prod management too and got dinged from Emory), if its an indian candidate with IT background, they recruit only consulting roles imo. I cant be sure, but its my opinion, so take it with a grain of salt. As for tech, there might be a few, but the west coast would be the best. But then gain, Goizeuta career services is awesome. So you will get placed (product mangement might be a stretch anywhere in teh US). BTW check out kelley too
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