Pay isn’t the only factor when MBAs choose employers. Location, growth trajectory, and exit prospects also play a part. Admittedly, industry pay is a flawed metric, one dogged by regional pay scales, employer differences, and hiring rates. Taken as a whole, industry pay data is a puzzle piece that enables MBAs to earn more out of the gate and maximize their business school investment long-term. How much are graduates earning on average at your target business schools in various industries? What are the pay ceilings for the top performers? And how do schools compare to each other when it comes to starting base pay? Click on the links below to see high, average, and low pay by industry and school — and how it has changed over the past five years.
Author: Jeff Schmitt
Source: “Poets & Quants”
Subjects: Choosing a Program, Miscellaneous MBA-related Resources, Prospective
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