Location: Full-Time

September 12, 2012

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New Hires by Location: 2012 Full-Time



RegionPercent
of Hires
Number
of Hires
Median
Salary(1)
United States 82.2% 382 $115,000
Midwest 28.6% 133 $125,000
Chicago Metro Area 22.8% 106 $130,000
Minneapolis/St. Paul Metro Area 1.5% 7 $102,000
Northeast 27.1% 126 $100,000
New York City Metro Area 24.3% 113 $100,000
Boston Metro Area 2.4% 11 $130,000
West 12.9% 60 $115,000
San Francisco Bay Area 7.1% 33 $120,000
Los Angeles Metro Area 3.4% 16 $107,000
Seattle Metro Area 1.7% 8 $115,000
Southwest 5.6% 26 $115,000
Houston Metro Area 2.6% 12 $100,000
Dallas Metro Area 1.9% 9 $135,000
Mid-Atlantic 4.1% 19 $130,000
Washington D.C. Metro Area 2.8% 13 $131,500
South 3.9% 18 $100,000
Atlanta Metro Area 1.3% 6 $135,000
Charlotte Metro Area 1.1% 5 $100,000
International 17.8% 83 $112,000
Asia 6.9% 32 $120,000
Hong Kong 2.6% 12 $102,000
Seoul 1.5% 7 $105,000
Singapore 1.1% 5 $120,283
Tokyo 1.1% 5 $135,000
South America 4.7% 22 $116,815
São Paulo 2.6% 12 $115,000
Santiago 1.5% 7 $120,000
Europe 4.3% 20 $109,000
London 2.8% 13 $105,000
Central America and the Caribbean 1.5% 7 $113,500
Mexico City 1.3% 6 $113,500
Africa - sub Saharan 0.4% 2 Insufficient Data(1)
Total 100.0% 465 $115,000

(1) Compensation information is self-reported. Eighty-eight percent of students reporting accepted offers included salary information. Insufficient data indicates less than 1% reporting for all accepted offers and/or less than 50% with salary information.
Last Updated 9/17/13