2016 Class Analysis: Full-Time

Chicago Booth students come from a variety of backgrounds and experiences, and bring their insights to a wide variety of fields.

September 12, 2016


Employment Profile Percent
of Class
Number
of Students
Seeking Employment 88.5% 516
Not Seeking Employment 10.6% 62
Sponsored 6.7% 39
Starting Own Business/Entrepreneur 2.9% 17
Postponing Job Search 0.7% 4
Continuing Education 0.2% 1
Not Seeking, Other Reason 0.2% 1
Not Responding to Survey 0.9% 5
Total Graduates


100.0%


583


Employment Profile At Graduation By Three Months
Post Graduation
Job Offers 1
US Citizens/Permanent Residents 89.8% 97.6%
International Graduates 92.3% 100.0%
Total 90.7% 98.4%


Job Acceptances
1
US Citizens/Permanent Residents 84.4% 93.7%
International Graduates 85.7% 97.8%
Total 84.9% 95.2%


Demographic Profile
2
Mean Age 28
Mean Years of Work Experience 4.3
Female 36%
International 36%
Married 14%

Salary by Citizenship - Full Time

Citizenship Percent
of Hires
Number
of Hires
Minimum
Salary 1
Maximum
Salary 1
Median
Salary 1
U.S. Citizens/Permanent Residents 63.7% 313 $75,000 $215,000 $125,000
International Graduates 36.3% 178 $60,000 $180,000 $125,000
All 100.0% 491 $60,000 $215,000 $125,000

 

Salary by Undergraduate Major - Full Time

Undergraduate Major Percent
of Hires
Number
of Hires
Minimum
Salary 1
Maximum
Salary 1
Median
Salary 1
Business Degree 60.6% 291 $60,000 $215,000 $125,000
Technical Degree 25.2% 121 $60,000 $160,000 $125,000
Other 14.2% 68 $80,000 $170,000 $125,000
All 100.0% 480 $60,000 $215,000 $125,000

 

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 2.0% 10 $72,000 $125,000 $117,000
1 to 3 years 7.9% 39 $90,000 $170,000 $125,000
3 to 5 years 47.9% 235 $60,000 $215,000 $125,000
More than 5 years 42.2% 207 $62,000 $200,000 $125,000
All 100.0% 491 $60,000 $215,000 $125,000


(1) Represents percent of students who are seeking employment. Six students, representing 1.2% of students seeking employment, reneged on offers that had been accepted. Two students, representing 0.4% of students seeking employment, were extended offers that were later rescinded.
(2) Demographic information is based on Full-Time MBA students matriculating in September 2014.