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Yale SOM MBA Salary by Industry

Despite the proximity to New York and Connecticut, the dominant industry that attracted the most number of MBA candidates was consulting (30.8%), earning equal pay with Finance, partly credited to the base salary that is $15,000 higher than Finance. However, Finance industry typically allocates 15-50% of the base salary as Bonus. Technology and Retail were the third and fourth popular choices.

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Tepper MBA Salary by Industry

Conforming to Carnegie Mellon University’s reputation of attracting technology giants – Google, Adobe, Amazon.com, IBM, and Intel, the industry with the most offers for MBA candidates were in technology (33.5%), ahead of Consulting (27.5%) and Financial Services (17.4%). Consulting at $160,000 earned the candidates close to $20k extra than Technology

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Traditionally, the mean signing bonus is around the $25,000 to $30,000 range, but for Darden Full-time MBA, the bonus crossed $31,000, although the total mean base salary was below the $125,000 range seen in top 10 MBA programs. However, Consulting – the most preferred job function attracted offers with $134,770 base salary and total mean salary of $161,700. Finance, the second favorite attracted much lower base salary ($119,585) but attracted the best signing bonus ($41,863) for the class.

Among the Finance function, Investment Banking pulled in close to $50,000 in signing bonus a $126,960 mean base salary, taking the total compensation to $175,898. General Management and Marketing were the 3rd and 4th popular...


The largest industry placement was in Consulting (32.2%) and Technology (20.4%). Financial Services was the third choice but earned the 2nd highest median base salary ($125,000) behind consulting ($144,000).
 
Ross MBA Salary by Industry

The total median salary for Technology was an impressive ($148,000) but substantially less than the two top paying industries – Consulting ($171,000) and Finance ($172,500).

On job function, Consulting attracted the most (36.10%) candidates for Ross MBA. Finance was the 2nd choice and Marketing/Sales the third,...


Michigan’s strength as a Manufacturing powerhouse is leveraged by Broad with close to 40% of the class choosing the industry. The base salary is $100,000. Consumer Products, another related sector was chosen by 17.2% of the class.

Broad MBA Salary By Industry

The big payday was in Consulting, attracting a median base salary of $130,000 – a compensation seen only in top 10 Business Schools in the US. Although only 10.9% of the class could get offers in the most sought after industry, Broad is a worthy training ground for candidates interested in entering...


Finance and consulting job function received the best remuneration –both crossing the $160,000 barrier, while Marketing/Sales were the lowest paid ($132,000) but had the third best representation (21%) indicating how job satisfaction played a major role in the post-MBA choice. Also, for Business Development/Sales role, the year-end bonus adds considerably to the total salary, just like Finance job function does.

Duke Fuqua MBA Salary by Function
 
Among the industries recruiting from Duke Fuqua, Finance had the best package with the signing bonus...


For the job function, Consulting and Financial Services are neck on neck while Marketing/Sales is the third popular choice for the latest Georgetown MBA class. The mean base salary is correlated to the top two post-MBA jobs functions, but Marketing/Sales was chosen despite a below $100,000 base salary.

Georgetown MBA Salary by Function
 
Consulting and Financial Services, like in top MBA programs was the popular industries for Georgetown MBA candidates with Technology at a distant third. Consulting has a higher base salary ($118,336) with the...


The $130k to $150k range mean total salary makes the program favorable in the tier-2 category and therefore earning the candidates the best increase in salary. Largely, the cost of the program offsets the increase in salary. For the latest class, students entering consulting (by industry and job function) received the best return on their investment. Marketing/Sales, the favorite among the MBA class was not far behind ($110,186 mean base salary).

Foster MBA Salary by Job Function
 
Since the individual bonus is not published, we used the average signing...


Although the number of professionals employed as Investment Bankers is low in Texas (mostly from the skill gap), the McCombs MBA program placed the 3rd largest group of students into Investment Banking, just behind Brand & Product Management (13%), and Consulting (23%).

McCombs MBA Salary by Function 2017

 
Technology is a clear winner in terms of the percentage (33%) of students joining the industry. Consulting with a total mean salary of $1,63,178 and the highest base salary ($135,614) had the most competition.

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The Median Signing Bonus and base salaries are $10,000 and $25,000 short of what are offered in tier-1 schools, but for those who want to get into Technology or Consulting, Merage MBA is a viable alternative.

After Technology (32%), Consulting, and Consumer Products, were tied in the most preferred industry (17%) but only Technology, Consulting, and Financial services managed to cross $100,000 in base salary.

UC Irvine Merage MBA Salary by Industry


Despite the $100,000 base salary only 9% of the class received job offers from...




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