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2016 Outcomes

Full-Time MBA employment data (2016)

74.5% of Class of 2016 students seeking employment received an offer, and 72.3% accepted an offer within three months of graduation.

Class of 2016 averages:

Full-time salary* $97,400
Signing bonus $21,700
Other compensation $6,700

Class of 2016 employment by industry

Financial services 41%
Consumer products 15%
Other 14%
Pharmaceuticals/biotech/healthcare 9%
Media and entertainment 9%
Consulting 6%
Manufacturing 6%

Class of 2016 employment by job function:

Finance and accounting 47%
Marketing and sales 26%
Consulting 12%
General management 9%
Human resources 3%
Other 3%

Graduate-level internships:

93% of Class of 2017 students who were seeking an internship during graduate school successfully found a competitive placement.

Recruiting organizations

Representative firms hiring from the Full-Time MBA Classes of 2014 through 2016:

Accenture

American Express

Banco Central de la República

Bank of America Merrill Lynch

Barclays

BDO

BlackRock

BMO Capital Markets

Capital Group

China Construction Bank

China Securities Corporation

Church & Dwight Co.

CIBC World Markets

Citigroup

Cogency Software

ComScore

Deloitte

EY

Financial Accounting Standards Board

Fisher-Price

FTI Consulting

FXDD

Gartner Consulting

General Electric

Goldman Sachs

IBM

Johnson & Johnson

J.P. Morgan

KPMG

Lands’ End

Mars

McGraw Hill Financial

McLagan Partners

Microsoft

MLV & Co.

Morgan Stanley

Nature's Bounty

Nestlé

Norges Bank Investment Management

Novartis

Pernod Ricard

Pfizer

PwC

Société Générale

Standard Media Index

Thomson Reuters

UBS

Universal Processing

Van Leeuwen

WebMD

Wells Fargo

Wolters Kluwer