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full-time mba
employment
report
class of 2015 employment
class of 2016 internships
Welcome
2015 was an outstanding year for MBA
employment in general, and for Simon
employment in particular.
Full-Time MBA
Profile and Summary
Get the career you want.
MBA Class of 2015
4.96
100 percent of our MBA Class of 2016
obtained an internship, while 96 percent
of those seeking full-time employment in
the MBA Class of 2015 obtained a position
within three months.
The number of postings from alumni
and employers worldwide has grown
exponentially. In addition, we have
increased the number of corporate trips
and treks, interviews in Rochester and
New York City, sponsor companies for
international students, new companies on
the horizon, and other important metrics.
Our career programming and staffto-student ratio are among the best
in the country. Our 100,000+ strong
University of Rochester alumni group
is highly engaged and connected with
our students, affording numerous
opportunities for networking and
interviews.
We look forward to another good
year—and to interacting and working
with you in the future.
Karen Dowd
karen dowd
Assistant Dean
Career Management and Corporate Engagement
96
%
Average Years of
Work Experience
CMC and Students
City Visits
Strong MBA Student/
CMC Ratio
The Career Management Center
partners with student clubs to bring
Simon talent to major cities around
the country. In addition, the CMC
attends several national career fairs
and sponsors corporate tours.
Each full-time MBA student is assigned
a personal career coach, who meets
with the student, advises, helps
prepare positioning materials, and
facilitates networking opportunities.
130+ Hours of
CMC Training
1,270 Company
Engagements
Career preparation begins before
orientation with “Day 1” and continues into the Simon EDGE program.
Through CMC programming, students
develop and hone integral skills for
success in the job market.
The 400 connections made
with new companies puts Simon at
1,270 engagements in the last year.
Students were placed in the core
functions of analytics, accounting,
finance, marketing, pricing, operations,
strategy, consulting, and more.
27
Accepted
Employment 3 Months
Post Graduation
Average Age
20%
Under-Represented
US Minorities
$
undergraduate majors
112,500
Average Total
Compensation
for Class of 2015*
36% Business and Commerce
31% Engineering
19% Humanities
9% Math and Science
5% Economics
Top career paths for Simon Business School students
32.2%
15.6%
14.4%
12.2%
Financial Services
Consumer Products
Technology
Consulting
*Based on U.S. News & World Report calculations.
All figures are accurate as of October 7, 2015. Calculations for salary-related figures were prepared in adherence to
the MBA Career Services and Employer Alliance’s Standards for Reporting MBA Employment Statistics.
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98,200
$
Full-Time MBA
+11
%
2015 mean starting annual base
salary for MBA graduates
Compensation
18,400
$
Class of 2015
Growth of MBA total
package (salary plus
bonus) versus prior year
Graduate Hires by Experience
78
%
Accepted
Employment
At Graduation
% hired
range
mean
Less than 3 years
27.8%
$50,000
$94,000
$125,000
3-5 years
30.0%
$70,000
$97,800
$135,000
More than 5 years
42.2%
$72,000
$101,200
$135,000
Graduate Hires by Function
60%
Changed
Functions From
Pre-MBA Career
173%
Salary Increase
Over Pre-MBA
Career for
Class of 2015
Placement
+7%
of Full-Time MBA graduates
accepted positions from
school-facilitated activities
Class of 2015
2015 mean signing bonus
for MBA graduates
work experience
73%
Full-Time MBA
Growth of MBA placements
from school-facilitated
activities versus prior year
Graduate Hires by Region
Graduate Hires by Industry
94.4% United States
% hired / industry
5.6% International
32.2%
Financial Services
$99,700
$90,000
mean base salary
% hires / regions
mean base salary
15.6%
Consumer Products
52.9% Northeast
$96,300
14.4%
Technology
$103,300
12.9% Midwest
$98,400
12.2%
Consulting
$105,100
12.9% South
$94,000
8.9%
Other
$101,500
$111,200
8.9%
Manufacturing
$89,600
function
% hired
range
mean
Consulting
14.4%
$72,000
$110,364
$135,000
11.8% West
Finance /
Accounting
41.1%
$50,000
$94,743
$125,000
4.7%
Southwest
$108,800
4.4%
Government / Non-Profit
$80,300
General
Management
10.0%
$100,000
$110,000
$120,000
4.7%
Mid-Atlantic
$90,600
3.3%
Health Care
$107,300
Marketing / Sales
24.4%
$79,200
$97,974
$125,000
Information
Technology / HR
5.5%
$75,000
$94,000
$110,000
Operations /
Logistics
3.3%
$73,000
$79,000
$85,000
All
100%
$50,000
$98,200
$135,000
“Simon uses cross-functional and cross-cultural teams
to challenge you and make you an effective member
of a team. Working with such diversity on group projects
and assignments will be something I will still be thanking
Simon for in years to come.”
Senthil Sevugan
MBA Class of 2015
Senior Consultant
Deloitte Consulting
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Key Companies
Hiring MBA Talent
Classes of 2015 and 2016
Build the skills you
need to get the
career path you want.
“The Simon program fosters intellectual
and interpersonal growth. It prepared
me to work in fast-pace environments
and tackle important business issues.
It was more rigorous than I anticipated, but
it is designed to force even the brightest
students out of their comfort zones.”
Shay Freeman
MBA Class of 2015
Senior Global Marketing Manager
Medtronic
Senior Global Marketing Manager
at Medtronic
MBA from Simon, Concentrating in
Marketing—Brand Management Track
Brand Management Summer Associate
at Johnson & Johnson
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3M
Accenture
Access Insurance Company
Akzo Nobel
ALDI
Amazon.com, Inc.
American International
Group, Inc. (AIG)
AOL Inc.
AT&T
Avant Energy
AXA Advisors, LLC
Bain & Company
Bank of America Corporation
Bank SinoPac
Barnes & Noble Booksellers, Inc.
BASF Corporation
Bayer AG
Bergmann Associates
Bigelow Tea
Bloom Energy
Boehringer Ingelheim GmbH
Cathay Bank
Ceres Technology Advisors, Inc.
Charles River Analytics, Inc.
Cigna
Cisco
Citigroup
Cloudeeva
Cognizant
Colgate-Palmolive Company
Computer Sciences Corp.
Concur Technologies, Inc.
Constellation Brands, Inc.
Credit Suisse
Daymon Worldwide, Inc.
Dell
Deloitte
Deutsche Bank AG
DIRECTV, LLC
DTE Energy Company
DZ Bank AG
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E.&J. Gallo Winery
East West Bank
Eastern Union
Eastman Chemical Company
Eastman Kodak Company
Ecolab, Inc.
Educational Pioneers
EMC Corporation
Ernst & Young
Expedia, Inc.
Exxon Mobil Corporation
Facebook
FBR & Co.
FedEx
Fiat Chrysler Automobiles
Fisher-Price
Gallup, Inc.
Gartner, Inc.
GateHouse Media, LLC
General Electric Company
Global Strategy Group
Goldman Sachs
Google
Grant Thornton LLP
GroupM
Hewlett-Packard
Development Company, L.P.
Highmark, Inc.
Houlihan Lokey
HSBC Group
IBM Corp.
IMS Health Incorporated
Infosys Limited
Intel Corporation
Johnson & Johnson
Juniper Networks, Inc.
Kaiser Permanente
Kellogg Co.
Keysight Technologies
Kiewit Corporation
King’s Hawaiian Holding Co., Inc.
KPMG LLP
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Kroll Bond Rating Agency, Inc.
Levi Strauss & Co.
Liberty Mutual Insurance
M&T Bank
Maine Pointe, LLC
MaloneBailey, LLP
Maxim Group, LLC
McGraw Hill Education
McKinsey & Company
McNeil & Company, Inc.
Medtronic, Inc.
Mindspark
Mitsubishi UFJ
Financial Group, Inc.
Moody’s Investors Service, Inc.
Morgan Stanley
Mu Sigma
Natixis Global Asset
Management, S.A.
Nestle Purina
Nestle USA
NetApp
New York Jets
Nike, Inc.
Novo Nordisk
Oracle
Origlio Beverage
Ovitz Corporation
Pandora Media, Inc.
Panduit Corp.
Parker Hannifin Corp
Paychex, Inc.
Pernod Ricard
Pitney Bowes, Inc.
Price f(x)
Priceline.com
PricewaterhouseCoopers
QUESNAY
Razorfish
Reckitt Benckiser
Reflexite Energy Solutions
Rich Products Corporation
Rocket Internet
Rockwell Automation, Inc.
SanDisk Corporation
Sling Media, Inc.
Social Finance, Inc. (SoFi)
SPX Corporation
Standard & Poor’s Financial
Services LLC
Standard Chartered
SterlingBackcheck, Inc.
Strategic Investment
Management, LLC
Sullivan, Cotter and
Associates, Inc.
Sundance Enterprises Inc.
SupplyHouse.com
Symantec Corporation
Target Brands, Inc.
Taylor Corporation
The Briad Group
The Broad Residency in
Urban Foundation
The Camden Group
The Hertz Corporation
The Home Depot U.S.A., Inc.
The Raymond Corporation
The Travelers Indemnity Company
The Vanguard Group, Inc.
Thermo Fisher Scientific, Inc.
Towers Watson
Toys “R” Us, Inc.
Twitter
UBS
Uncommon Schools
UniCredit Banking Group
USARx.com
USAA
VCE
Vertafore, Inc.
Visa
WalletHub (Evolution Finance, Inc.)
ZS Associates, Inc.
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Career
Management
Center
Simon Treks
recruiting and interviewing
• SimonWorks job posting and
interview scheduling service
• The Simon Talent Bank
• City Treks
No matter how
good you are, we
make you better.
• Simon in New York City
Current students meet at corporate locations with company
recruiters and Simon alumni for company tours and sessions
on “a day in the life of the organization,” while also learning
what makes a candidate stand out in the hiring process.
• Simon Talent Connection
newsletter
• Campus-sponsored recruiting
• Open Doors alumni / student
networking event
• Advisory Boards
career preparation
• Day 1 career readiness program
“Simon offers the best finance program
in a competitive yet collaborative culture.
The personalized attention and opportunities to have a positive impact make
Simon Business School a very desirable
choice.”
• Power Hour Connections
• Got Mock? interview preparation
• Job Search Essentials
• Executives in Residence
• Global Career Fair Frenzy
Recruiting
Events
Hua Wang
MBA Class of 2015
Financial Management Associate
Citigroup
Financial Management
Associate at Citigroup
Company recruiting events
include special-themed
networking functions, case
competitions, student club
collaborations, and
panel discussions.
Experiential
Learning Projects
On-Campus
Recruiting
Experiential learning
projects offer students the
chance to engage their
new business skills with
real-world challenges.
Conduct on-campus or
virtual interviews with
recruiters. Networking
events and company
presentations prepare
you to put your best
foot forward.
• Acculturation and Job Search
English for international students
• The American Mindset
book and workshops
MBA from Simon, Concentrating in Finance
and Corporate Accounting
PhD in Economics
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Full-Time MBA
Internships
It’s no accident
that our students
excel at work.
“Business is moving from an art form to
a science. Simon is giving me the tools
I’ll need to be effective in the modern
global environment. To sit in a classroom
and learn statistics, analytics, pricing, and
business principles is incredibly valuable.”
Tim Hayward
MBA Candidate Class of 2016
Summer Associate at Bain & Company
MBA Class of 2016
% of hires
Marketing / Sales
39.4%
Finance / Accounting
22.5%
General Management
15.5%
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Consulting
8.5%
Average Age
Operations / Logistics
8.5%
15%
Human Resources
2.8%
Information Technology
1.4%
Other
1.4%
5.2
Average Years of Work Experience
Under-Represented US Minorities
undergraduate majors
internships by industry, class of 2016
36% Business and Commerce
25% Humanities and Social Science
23% Engineering
8% Math and Science
7% Economics
internship acceptances
class of 2016*
Summer Associate at
Bain & Company
100%
Joined Net Impact and
COTA at Simon
Received Law Degree
internships by function, class of 2016
function
Accepted Internships
100%
Obtained Paid Internships
industry
% of hires
Financial Services
22.5%
Technology
18.3%
Consulting
12.7%
Consumer Packaged Goods
11.3%
Manufacturing
7.0%
Non-Profit
7.0%
Pharmaceutical / Biotechnology / Health Care Products
5.6%
Other
5.6%
Government
4.2%
Energy
2.8%
Real Estate
1.4%
Media / Entertainment
1.4%
*Of those Full-Time MBA students eligible to seek internships
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career management center
phone: +1.585.275.3533
[email protected]
phone: +1.585.275.4881
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