I agree completely with C650Capt, he is right on the money. It really all depends on who you work for and what they fly.
If you are referring to flying for a typical career type "Fortune 500 Corporate Operator" then you can expect the minimums to be fairly high with regards to experience.
At my company a typical new hire will have at least 5000 TT, 2500 Multi, 1500 Turbine, 1000 Jet, at least one Jet Type Rating, a fair amount of Jet PIC time and a Bachelor Degree. International experience is a definate plus (Canada, Mexico and the Caribbean aren't considered as "International" in our dept., Atlantic and Pacific crossings are what they are looking for)... Just as important is having a good attitude and a willingness to learn.
Remember to keep Corporate, Charter and Fractional straight, they are all 3 very different animals. Too many people lump all the jobs into the same catagory. Charter will typically have the lowest hiring mins, but also be the least desirable job, Fractional is next and then true Corporate. The "Personal Aircraft" jobs can be all over the board, these are where a wealthy individual owns their own aircraft for personal use, these jobs can be very good to very bad, with pay to suit.