Total number of graduates
Accepted job offers from Goldman Sachs (the most of any single employer)
Grads who are employed or continuing their education
Foreign countries and U.S. territories where graduates found jobs. The most popular destination outside America: China, which outnumbered all but five U.S. states in hires from this class
Grads who accepted full-time jobs with employers for whom they’d previously interviewed
MORE THAN HALF
57.3 percent of grads found work in consulting or investment banking.
Increase in average annual base salary from the class of 2011 to the class of 2015
Top reported salary
Accepted job offers from Amazon or Google
Average salary for grads in finance careers, who make up 55.2 percent of all respondents
Average number of job offers
States where students found jobs
Total number of Harvard and Stanford undergraduate business majors
*All statistics based on 588 graduates who completed a career plan survey from Penn Career Services
Published as “Top of the Class” in the Fall 2016 issue of Wharton Magazine.