Employment Report Data


Class of 2019: Full-time job offers and acceptances

Of the 282 Two-Year MBA graduates in the Class of 2019, 264 were seeking full-time employment. The figures below represent job offers and acceptances based on graduates who were seeking full-time job opportunities.

94%

Received oFfers

as reported by Class of 2019 job-seekers
three months after graduation

93%

Accepted offers

within three months of graduating from the Two-Year MBA program


Two-Year Class of 2019: Base salary data

The Two-Year MBA Class of 2019 saw an increase in their average base salary of 4 percent compared to graduates in the Class of 2018. Graduates in the Class of 2019 who were not U.S. work-authorized reported an average base salary of $119,349.

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$131,150

Base Salary

average reported by employed graduates

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4%

Increase

in avg base salary compared to the Class of 2018

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$136,281

Base Salary

average reported by U.S. work-authorized MBAs


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Base salaries by U.S. region

U.S. Region Avg Base Salary % employed Per Region
Northeast $135,667   53%
West $135,492   11%
Midwest $134,496   10%
Southwest $140,825   9%
Mid-Atlantic $132,778   4%
South $127,400   2%

Industry distribution and average base salaries

Industry Avg Base Salary % employed Per Industry
Financial Services $131,693   37%
Consulting $142,019   28%
Technology $126,029   15%
Manufacturing $115,800   6%
Consumer Packaged Goods $109,800   4%
Healthcare* $106,600   4%
Law or Legal $197,500   2%
Other** $108,125   2%
Energy N/A   1%
Hospitality N/A   1%
Real Estate N/A   1%
*Healthcare includes products and services
**Other includes retail and transportation/logistics

Job function distribution and average base salaries

Function Avg Base Salary % Employed Per Function
Finance $132,423   38%
Investment Banking $140,846   22%
Corporate Finance $121,361   8%
Equity/Debt Research $119,625   4%
Real Estate $105,080   2%
Other $127,000   2%
Consulting $142,129   31%
General Management $116,715   18%
Marketing $110,733   9%
Legal $197,500   2%
Human Resources $103,544   1%
Other $115,000   1%

Two-Year Class of 2019: Signing bonus data

The Two-Year MBA Class of 2019 saw an increase in their average signing bonus of 7 percent compared to graduates in the Class of 2018. Graduates in the Class of 2019 who were not U.S. work-authorized reported an average signing bonus of $34,602.

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$35,976

Signing Bonus

average reported by the
Two-Year MBA Class of 2019

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7%

Increase

in average signing bonus compared to the Class of 2018

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$36,456

Signing Bonus

average reported by U.S. work-authorized MBAs


Signing bonus by industry

Industry Avg Bonus % rePorting bonuses
Consumer Packaged Goods $26,000   100%
Consulting $31,913   90%
Financial Services $46,464   81%
Manufacturing $21,194   80%
Other* $32,161   75%
Technology $32,161   72%
Healthcare** $25,833   60%
Energy N/A   50%
Law or Legal N/A   50%
Real Estate N/A   50%
Hospitality N/A 0%
*Other includes retail and transportation/logistics
**Healthcare includes products and services

Signing bonus by job function

Function Avg Bonus % Reporting Bonuses
Other N/A  100%
Consulting $31,579  89%
Finance $47,217   85%
Investment Banking $53,546   96%
Corporate Finance $33,143   78%
Equity/Debt Research $44,167   75%
Other $28,333   60%
Real Estate N/A   50%
General Management $27,877   83%
Marketing $25,441   81%
Human Resources N/A   67%
Legal N/A   50%

Two-Year Class of 2019: Top hiring companies

In total, 203 companies recruited Two-Year MBAs for either full-time employment or internships during the 2018–2019 academic year. The list below represents the top 15 companies that hired Two-Year MBA Class of 2019 graduates for full-time positions.

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LEK
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