Weekend MBA

Industry and Salary

Industry Percent of Employed Students Minimum Salary  Maximum Salary Median Salary
Accounting 0.3% Insufficient Data
Advertising/Marketing Services/Communications 1.0% $100,000 $135,000 $105,000
Construction 0.5% Insufficient Data
Consulting 19.0% $80,000 $200,000 $140,000
Consumer Products 5.6% $75,000 $275,000 $111,500
Education 1.5% $62,000 $97,000 $86,500
Employment/Executive Search 0.5% Insufficient Data
Energy 3.3% $93,000 $205,000 $125,000
Financial Services 33.8% $50,500 $260,000 $125,000
Commercial Banking 1.3% $90,000 $170,000 $160,000
Diversified Financial Services 8.6% $50,500 $190,000 $140,000
Insurance 3.6% $90,000 $155,824 $120,000
Investment Banking/Brokerage 8.4% $70,000 $175,000 $125,000
Investment Management/Research 10.7% $76,000 $225,000 $120,000
Private Equity 0.8% Insufficient Data
Venture Capital 0.5% Insufficient Data
Government 1.5% $92,000 $130,000 $95,000
Health-Care Products and Services 5.3% $76,500 $275,000 $120,000
Law 0.3% Insufficient Data
Import/Export/Trading Companies 0.3% Insufficient Data
Manufacturing/Chemicals/Plastics 6.1% $65,000 $256,000 $110,000
Media/Entertainment/Sports 1.3% $125,000 $145,000 $125,000
Nonprofit 1.5% $75,000 $118,000 $100,000
Real Estate 2.3% $60,000 $500,000 $117,500
Retail 1.0% $75,000 $200,000 $147,500
Technology 11.9% $66,000 $197,000 $120,000
eCommerce and Internet 4.6% $66,000 $175,000 $120,000
Financial Technology 0.3% Insufficient Data
Hardware 1.3% $115,000 $130,000 $130,000
Services 1.3% $88,000 $150,000 $125,000
Software 4.1% $100,000 $197,000 $135,000
Telecommunications 0.5% Insufficient Data
Transportation Services and Equipment 2.8% $80,000 $119,000 $97,500
Other 0.3% Insufficient Data
All 100.0% $50,500 $500,000 $125,000

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Source for all data: 2016 Evening MBA and Weekend MBA Employment Report

The employment report reflects changes made within one year prior to and following graduation.