2014 Class Analysis: Full-Time

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September 16, 2014


Employment Profile Percent
of Class
Number
of Students
Seeking Employment 89.0% 509
Not Seeking Employment 9.6% 55
Sponsored 5.6% 32
Starting Own Business/Entrepreneur 1.6% 9
Postponing Job Search 1.2% 7
Continuing Education 0.5% 3
Not Seeking, Other Reason 0.7% 4
Not Responding to Survey 1.4% 8
Total Graduates 100.0% 572


Employment Profile At Graduation By Three Months
Post Graduation
Job Offers 1
US Citizens/Permanent Residents 88.3% 97.5%
International Graduates 93.4% 99.3%
Total 89.8% 98.0%


Job Acceptances
1
US Citizens/Permanent Residents 85.8% 96.6%
International Graduates 91.4% 98.7%
Total 87.4% 97.2%


Demographic Profile
2
Mean Age 28
Mean Years of Work Experience 5
Female 35.0%
International 32.0%
Married 18.0%

Salary By Citizenship: Full-Time

Citizenship Percent
of Hires
Number
of Hires
Minimum
Salary 1
Maximum
Salary 1
Median
Salary 1
US Citizens/Permanent Residents 69.9% 346 $49,166 $275,000 $120,000
International Graduates 30.1% 155 $46,136 $160,000 $120,000
All 100.0% 495 $46,136 $275,000 $120,000

Salary By Undergraduate Major: Full-Time

Undergraduate Major 2 Percent
of Hires
Number
of Hires
Minimum
Salary 1
Maximum
Salary 1
Median
Salary 1
Business Degree 52.7% 256 $71,000 $275,000 $120,000
Technical Degree 29.4% 143 $46,136 $165,000 $125,000
Other 17.9% 87 $49,166 $185,000 $115,000
All 100.0% 486 $46,136 $275,000 $120,000

Salary By Years of Experience: Full-Time

Years of Experience Percent
of Hires
Number
of Hires
Minimum
Salary 1
Maximum
Salary 1
Median
Salary 1
Less than 1 year 0.6% 3 Insufficient data1
1 to 3 years 8.7% 43 $46,136 $160,000 $115,000
3 to 5 years 46.3% 229 $50,000 $150,000 $120,000
More than 5 years 44.4% 220 $60,000 $275,000 $125,000
All 100.0% 495 $46,136 $275,000 $120,000

(1) Represents percent of students who are seeking employment. Three MBA graduates, representing 0.6 percentof graduates seeking employment, reneged on offers that had been accepted.
(2) Demographic information is based on Full-Time MBA students matriculating in September 2012.


(1) Compensation information is self-reported. Ninety-one 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.
(2) Undergraduate Major information is unavailable for nine graduates.