Highest reported sign-on bonus
Job function for at least six years running: consulting/strategy, with 30% of Class of 2015 respondents accepting such a position
15.5% vs. 24.3%
Change in percentage of MBAs accepting international placements, 2015 vs. 2010
Median salary of those entering financial services, plus $40,000 sign-on bonus and $60,500 median year-end bonus
Wharton MBA Career Management reported a record-high percentage for the Class of 2015 members who had at least one job offer before they walked at Graduation.
Median work experience pre-MBA
22.3% to 13.4%
Where are those formerly international jobs going? This is the percentages of MBAs accepting jobs in the western U.S., 2015 versus 2010.
Percent of class who accepted a position in financial services, the top hiring industry
The full-time MBA is notorious for giving students a chance to pivot away from their previous careers (and lives in some cases). But would you guess that nearly nine out of 10 Wharton MBA students change careers before graduating?
Median base compensation
$4,000 to $275,000
Range of reported guaranteed year-end bonuses
Percent of class who accepted a position in the technology industries
Number of countries represented in the Class of 2015