Industry Percent of Employed Students(1) Number of Employed Students(1) Minimum Salary(2) Maximum Salary(2) Median Salary(2) Median Sign-on(2,3)
Advertising/Marketing Services/Communications 2.2% 9 Insufficient Data(2)
Aerospace/Aviation
1.7% 7 $120,000  $165,000 $127,500 Insufficient Data(2)
Agribusiness 0.5% 2 Insufficient Data(2)
Automotive/Transportation Equipment
1.5% 6 Insufficient Data(2)
Chemicals/Plastics  0.5% 2 Insufficient Data(2)
Construction 1.0% 4 Insufficient Data(2)
Consulting 14.9% 61 $112,000 $240,000 $165,000 Insufficient Data(2)
Consumer Products 3.2% 13 $103,000 $185,000 $112,500 Insufficient Data(2)

Consumer Goods

0.5% 2 Insufficient Data(2)

Food/Beverage/Tobacco

2.7% 11 $103,000 $160,000 $110,000 Insufficient Data(2)
Education 2.4% 10 Insufficient Data(2)
Employment/Executive Search 0.5% 2 Insufficient Data(2)
Energy 4.4% 18 Insufficient Data(2)

Clean Tech/Renewables

1.0% 4 Insufficient Data(2)

Oil & Gas

2.7% 11 Insufficient Data(2)

Utilities

0.7% Insufficient Data(2) 
Environment/Natural Resources
0.2% 1 Insufficient Data(2) 
Financial Services 27.3% 112 Insufficient Data(2)

Commercial Banking

0.5% 2 Insufficient Data(2)

Diversified Financial Services

7.1% 29 Insufficient Data(2)

Hedge Funds 

1.5% 6 Insufficient Data(2)

Insurance

2.0% 8 Insufficient Data(2)

Investment Banking/Brokerage

5.4% 22 $111,000 $250,000 $162,500 Insufficient Data(2)

Investment Management/Research

8.0% 33 Insufficient Data(2)

Private Equity

2.0% 8 Insufficient Data(2)

Venture Capital

1.0% 4 Insufficient Data(2)
Forest Products/Packaging 0.2% 1 Insufficient Data(2)
Government 1.5% 6 $105,000 $136,090 $110,000 Insufficient Data(2)

Federal

1.2% 5
Insufficient Data(2)

State & Local 

0.2% 1
Insufficient Data(2)
Healthcare 7.3% 30 Insufficient Data(2)

Biotech & Life Sciences

0.5% 2 Insufficient Data(2)

Healthcare Products/Medical Devices

2.2% Insufficient Data(2)

Healthcare Services

2.4% 10  $100,000 $150,000  $130,000 Insufficient Data(2)

Healthtech/Telemedicine

0.7% 3 Insufficient Data(2)

Pharmaceutical Products

1.5% 6 Insufficient Data(2)
Import/Export/Trading Companies
0.2% 1 Insufficient Data(2)
Law 0.5% 2 Insufficient Data(2)
Manufacturing 4.6% 19 Insufficient Data(2)
Non-Profit 2.2% 9 Insufficient Data(2)
Other Services 0.7% 3 Insufficient Data(2)
Printing/Publishing 0.2% 1 Insufficient Data(2)
Real Estate 2.2% 9 Insufficient Data(2)
Recreation/Leisure/Sports 0.2% 1 Insufficient Data(2)
Retail 0.7% 3 Insufficient Data(2)
Technology 18.8% 77 $60,000 $210,000 $134,000 Insufficient Data(2)

eCommerce and Internet

8.3% 34 $112,000 $195,000 $137,500 Insufficient Data(2)

Financial Technology

2.0% 8 Insufficient Data(2)

Hardware

0.7% 3 Insufficient Data(2)

Software

4.4% 18 Insufficient Data(2)

Technology Services

2.9% 12 $125,000 $200,000 $155,000 Insufficient Data(2)

Telecommunications

0.5% 2 Insufficient Data(2)
Transportation Services 0.2% 1 Insufficient Data(2)
All 100.0% 410 $60,000 $250,000 $143,000 $35,000
  1. Of the 437 graduates with employment information available, 410 had employment statuses that allowed more detailed analysis employment data. Of these, forty-nine percent of positions included salary information.  The function, industry, and location statistics throughout this report are based on the responses of those 410 graduates. 
  2. Compensation information is self-reported.  Insufficient Data indicates that fewer than 1% of the graduates reported employment and/or less than 50% with salary information in a given industry.
  3. Overall, 14% of graduates reported receiving a sign-on bonus. Sign-on bonus is also listed by industry if more than 50% of the jobs in that industry reported a bonus.

Source for all data: 2021 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 four months prior to and four months following graduation.

The 2021 Employment Report had a 98 percent response rate. Among respondents, 23 percent reported that they were not seeking a career change and stayed in their current position or left the workforce.


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