- Of the 393 survey respondents, 367 had employment statuses that allowed them to provide more detailed employment data. The data on this page is based on the responses of those 367 students.
- Compensation information is self-reported. Insufficient Data indicates that fewer than 1% of the students reported employment in a given industry or that fewer than 50% of the students reporting employment in that industry provided salary information.
- Overall, 19% of students 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: 2017 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 2017 Employment Report had a 90 percent response rate. Among respondents, 19 percent reported that they were not seeking a career change and stayed in their current position or left the workforce.