Full Employment Report 2023
Do you want to know in-depth the professional career of our students after passing through RBS?Download the Employment Report 2023!
Each year Rome Business School presents the Employment Report, a valuable document that summarizes the impact of our institution on students’ professional development and which, more broadly, provides an overview of our career support activities. The Employment Report shows the accomplishment of our students and the impact Rome Business School has made on them by giving a detailed snapshot of the School and the professional projection of our students.
In this regard, enhancing students’ employability is the primary objective of Rome Business School Career Services Department and this study reflects our accomplishments. Students are given guidance on defining their own strategies and objectives aligned to their interests and expectations with respect to the employment market, thereby increasing the likelihood of effective positioning g and success. The service offered to students is personalized according to their profiles and to the formula they are enrolled it, and all the guidelines given to them are preceded by an individual study of each student’s professional profile.
The evolution of technology and automation will not necessarily remove some roles and “traditional” activities, but it will profoundly transform them. Those who belong to the job market need to know how to analyze and use such tools.
Human Resources Senior Director
Rome Business School is pleased to present the 2022 Employment Report, an analysis of the professional career of the students after having completed their journey at RBS. We accompany our students during their development and we help them promoting their professional challenges, together with our pool of collaborating companies, HR professionals and headhunters.
At Rome Business School we understand that the path to success is not short, nor is it easy. For this reason, our commitment goes beyond the classroom and strive to equip students with the best professional tools: we take care of guiding and accompanying them in their working life.
What results has the Employment Report 2023 revealed? To know them, we will take a look through the main chapters. Let’s get started!
The Employment Report 2023 begins by presenting an exhaustive overview of the trends that are guiding employability in the latest years, as well as the growing importance of the relationship between education and employability that has always been intertwined with any Country’s social structure but it becomes even more significant in periods of crisis, like the one we are living today.
The report focuses on all the employability data obtained from Rome Business School students during 2022. This section shows the profile of our students, the success that the majority have achieved in relation to labor insertion and remuneration of educational investment.
“Career support for students has to meet new needs,” says Head of the Career Center Florinda Orsini, “we have done this by introducing 4 new pathways, creating a personalized service tailored to each individual’s career moment, enhanced by individual meetings, mock interviews, workshops and meetings with career coaches, HR consultants and recruiters.”
The novelties lie in a highly personalized pathway: the Career Starter, dedicated to those who want to excel in their first work experiences; the Career Mover, for students seeking international employment; the Career Advancer for those who want to grow vertically; and the Career Propeller dedicated to MBA students, to scale the world of entrepreneurship or pursue vertical career progression. Important career impact: the Career Center has contributed to 82.3% of students in 2022 having improved their skills in finding new job opportunities, and 86.2% are now in a job role of greater responsibility.
Another goal of the business school is to enable students to develop the right soft skills that will help them navigate the world of work through 28 dedicated workshops and more than 2,300 interviews with recruiting partners such as Hays and Manpower. “Job success is a combination of technical and human skills but also a lot of passion,” for Maria Luisa Garofalo, Talent Acquisition & Development Coordinator at Doctors Without Borders, employability partner, who continues “the personal purpose of each person, the ‘why’ behind every move, is the drive toward overcoming obstacles and toward excellence, what organizations need to succeed.”
Not only that, the Employment Report shows that more and more students are acquiring the right skills and knowledge to succeed in the world of entrepreneurship: 31.8% of Rome Business School students are now entrepreneurs. In fact, as many as 152 business projects have been developed by RBS4Entrepreneurship since 2021 to date, Rome Business School’s business incubator. Among the participants mostly women (64%), implementers of projects in the international arena (73.6%), and especially in the Retail and Mass Market (20%), Consulting (14%) and NGOs and Social Services (12%) sectors. Alumni Business Schools today entrepreneurs employ more than 500 employees in 34.2% of cases.