Job Source for Those Who Changed Employers Percent of Employed Students(1) Number of Employed Students(1)
School Facilitated 52.5% 124
Campus Recruiting 15.7% 37
Alumni Contact 14.0% 33
Booth Job Posting/Resume Referral Service (GTS) 13.1% 31
Other Booth Source (e.g.Faculty/Staff/Student groups) 7.2% 17
Internship Sourced through Booth Job Posting 2.5% 6
Direct Contact with Company 47.5% 112
Non-Booth Business Contact 16.9% 40
Organization Website / External Job Board 13.1% 31
Personal/Family Contact 3.4% 8
Executive Recruiter / Search Firm 2.5% 6
Organization Contacted Student Directly 2.5% 6
Internship Sourced through Personal / Business Contact 2.1% 5
Internship Sourced through External Job Posting 1.7% 4
Other Source 5.1% 12
All 100.0% 236
  1. Of the 474 survey respondents, 236 secured a new position with a new employer. The data on this page is based on the responses of those 236 students.

Source for all data: 2018 Evening MBA and Weekend MBA Employment Report

About the Data

When Evening MBA and Weekend MBA students choose to leverage their MBA for a career change varies. To account for this, the report tracks career changes upon graduation and one year post-graduation for those still seeking a change.

The 2018 Employment Report had a 94 percent response rate. Among respondents, 17 percent reported that they were not seeking a career change and stayed in their current position or left the workforce.

Email icon

Get Updates from Booth

Sign up to receive admissions information, invitations to events, and other updates about the Evening and Weekend MBA Programs.

Request Information

Explore More Employment Stats

Male professionals talking, smiling


Booth students are in demand. Learn more about the employers that have hired, promoted, or retained a recent class of our graduates.