Function: Full-Time

September 16, 2013

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Top Five Functions: Full-Time



New Hires by Function: 2013 Full-Time



FunctionPercent
of Hires
Number
of Hires
Minimum
Salary (1)
Maximum
Salary (1)
Median
Salary (1)
Median
Sign-On
(1,2,3)
Business Development (4) 2.8% 13 $52,000 $120,000 $89,000  
Consulting 30.9% 146 $44,000 $155,000 $135,000
$25,000
Finance 40.3% 190 $70,000 $250,000 $100,000 $40,000
Company Finance (Analysis/Treasury) (4) 7.4% 35 $70,000 $140,000 $108,000  
Investment Banking 12.7% 60 $100,000 $130,000 $100,000 $40,000
Investment Management/Research (4) 7.6% 36 $100,000 $200,000 $110,000 $40,000
Mergers & Acquisitions within a Company 1.3% 6 $83,000 $125,000 $101,500 $20,000
Private Client Services 1.1% 5 $100,000 $115,000 $100,000 $40,000
Private Equity (4) 4.9% 23 $100,000 $250,000 $120,000  
Real Estate 1.3% 6 $78,878 $125,000 $110,000 $20,000
Sales & Trading 1.9% 9 $80,000 $110,000 $100,000  
Venture Capital 2.1% 10 $90,000 $146,000 $105,000  
General Management (4) 6.6% 31 $50,000 $180,000 $112,650 $20,000
Marketing 10.8% 51 $82,500 $135,000 $110,000 $20,000
Advertising/Communications 0.2% 1 Insufficient
Data
(1)
     
Brand/Product Management (4) 8.5% 40 $90,000 $135,000 $106,000 $20,000
Research 0.8% 4 Insufficient
Data
(1)
     
Sales 1.3% 6 $82,500 $130,000 $117,500  
Operations - Supply Chain Mgmt/Logistics 1.9% 9 $100,000 $120,000 $120,000 $20,000
Product Development (4) 1.5% 7 $60,000 $125,000 $115,000 $17,500
Strategic Planning (4) 4.9% 23 $70,000 $120,000 $107,500  
Other 0.4% 2 Insufficient
Data
(1)
     
Total 100.0% 472 $44,400 $250,000 $115,000 $25,000

(1) Compensation information is self-reported. Of students reporting accepted offers, 88 percent included salary information. Insufficient data indicates less than 1 percent reporting for all accepted offers and/or less than 50 percent with salary information.
(2) To be noted in this table, at least 50 percent of accepted offers in this function reported a bonus. Overall, 60 percent of accepted offers reported a sign-on bonus.
(3) In addition to base salary and sign-on bonus, 11 percent of students received other guaranteed compensation with a median of $27,500. Other guaranteed compensation includes guaranteed year-end bonuses and excludes perquisites (e.g., tuition reimbursements, relocation, automobile) and variable compensation (e.g., performance bonuses, stock options).
(4) Accepted offers in these functions include graduates working at start-ups: Business Development (7), Finance - Company Finance (Analysis/Treasury) (2),Finance - Investment Management/Research (1), Finance - Private Equity (1), General Management (2), Marketing - Brand/Product Management (3),Product Development (1), Strategic Planning (1). In total, 3.8 percent of accepted offers for the Class of 2013 were with start-ups. For base salary, the minimumwas $50,000, the maximum was $200,000, and the median was $89,000.
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