Wharton's 2015 MBA Career Data


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Looks like Wharton just published their career data for the class of 2015:

https://statistics.mbacareers.wharton.upenn.edu/full-time/

Overall, no big shifts over last year.

- Median salary is the same as last year (125k USD)
- Industry breakdown very similar to last year (36.9% went into financial services, 26.3% into consulting, 11.3% into technology)
- A few more grads ended up in the US than last year, but there's a bit more salary growth for those who ended up in Europe (versus last year)
- Those going into I-banking roles are seeing better salaries than grads from last year

A bit boring, maybe, but Wharton has some of the most robust and most transparent post-MBA career data reporting around.
Looks like Wharton just published their career data for the class of 2015:

https://statistics.mbacareers.wharton.upenn.edu/full-time/

Overall, no big shifts over last year.

- Median salary is the same as last year (125k USD)
- Industry breakdown very similar to last year (36.9% went into financial services, 26.3% into consulting, 11.3% into technology)
- A few more grads ended up in the US than last year, but there's a bit more salary growth for those who ended up in Europe (versus last year)
- Those going into I-banking roles are seeing better salaries than grads from last year

A bit boring, maybe, but Wharton has some of the most robust and most transparent post-MBA career data reporting around.
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Looks like fairly good international mobility stats too: 35 percent of the class was international but 15.5 percent ended up working outside of the US...
Looks like fairly good international mobility stats too: 35 percent of the class was international but 15.5 percent ended up working outside of the US...
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