Highly passionate about the analysis of consumer behavior and Commercially Utilizing this knowledge. Eager to be active in leading and inspiring a consumer goods company. Due to my recent relocation to Dubai I am currently looking for job opportunities in the UAE.
Possess both analytical capabilities and practical insights. Proactive, goal-driven, greatly motivated with good problem-solving skills. In-depth professional experience in the Netherlands, China, Great Britain and the United States.
(Tags :) category management, category strategy, branding, marketing, product management, shelf design, space management, supermarket, FMCG, consumer goods, retail, Dubai, UAE, Europe, consumer insights, procurement, market research.
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CE (Hewlett Packard)
It was worse when I graduated in 1981!2005-01-11 21:11:07 by just_so_you_know
I understand the complaint, but for people who graduated in the late 70s and early 80s, the job market was even worse. Unemployment wasn't 5%, it was around 12% -- and approaching 20% in the industrial Midwest.
I, and many of my fellow graduates that year, spent our first year out of a top 20 MBA program working in retail and sales. Only 30% of my graduating class had professional jobs on graduation day. The last newsletter I saw for 2004 said that over 80% had lined up professional jobs.
However, there are two things that happen: 1) you do eventually get hired into a profession; 2) some people actually move up into professional positions from sales or retail
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