Full-Time Jobs Overview, Class of 2017

This information is as of September 12, 2017 and is collected and reported according to MBA CSEA Standards. Total student population for this report includes those graduating between June 1, 2016 and May 31, 2017.

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STUDENTS IN THE CLASS OF 2017
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Seeking Students Reported Job Offers
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Seeking Students Reported Job Acceptances

Reasons for Not Seeking Employment*

Company Sponsored/Returning to Company: 8.1%
Self-Employed/Starting Own Business: 4.8%
Postponed Job Search/Continuing Education: 2.8%
Personal/Other Reasons: 0.1%
*Based on total number of students in WG’17 class

Career Switchers

Industry and Function change: 64.6%
Industry change only: 9.4%
Function change only: 15.6%
Same Function and Industry, but new title: 5.8%
No change: 4.7%

Compensation Summary

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Median Annual Salary
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Reported a Sign-On Bonus
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Median Guaranteed Bonus

Class Profile

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Median Years of Work Experience
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Countries Represented
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Female
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International Students
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U.S. Students of Color*

Undergrad Major

  • 42% Humanities / Economics
  • 29% Business
  • 26% Engineering / Math / Science
  • 4% Other

Previous Industry Experience

  • 23% Consulting
  • 11% Private Equity/Venture Capital
  • 11% Social Impact
  • 11% Investment Banking
  • 10% Consumer Products/Retail/Health Care/Energy
  • 10% Other
  • 8% Other Financial Services
  • 6% Technology
  • 6% Investment Management
  • 4% Media & Entertainment
  • 2% Real Estate

This information is as of September 12, 2017 and is collected and reported according to MBA CSEA Standards. When listed, guaranteed compensation is per month, and does not include discretionary bonuses or other forms of compensation. In accordance with MBA CSEA Standards, compensation is not listed for categories reported by less than 1% of students seeking employment.