2017 Class Analysis: Intern

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September 11, 2017


Class Analysis by the Numbers

Fast Fact:

of 2017 first-year students seeking employment received job offers and accepted an internship

Employment Profile Percent
of Class
Number
of Students
Seeking Employment 93.4% 562
Not Seeking Employment 6.6% 40
Starting Own Business/Entrepreneur 4.0% 24
Continuing Education 1.3% 8
Not Seeking, Other Reason 0.8% 5
Sponsored 0.5% 3
Not Responding to Survey 0.0% 0
First-Year Students 100.0% 602


Job Offers
1
US Citizens/Permanent Residents 100.0%
International Students 100.0%
Total 100.0%

 

Job Acceptances1

US Citizens/Permanent Residents 100.0%
International Students 100.0%
Total 100.0%


Demographic Profile
2
Mean Age 28
Mean Years of Work Experience 4.8
Female 42%
International 36%
Married 13%


(1) Represents percent of students who are seeking employment. Two students, representing 0.4% of students seeking employment, reneged on offers that had been accepted.
(2) Demographic information is based on Full-Time MBA students matriculating in September 2016.