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Money Rules Everybody Should Follow

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Money becomes a significant part of everyday life. Almost everything can be bought or sold in the modern world. That is why it is so important to know the basics of personal finance management and know how to act in …

By Julia Rivers
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Get Hired with an X-Y-Z Resume

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For soon-to-be college graduates, the job search is a daunting task with many uncontrollable variables. No matter the amount of careful preparation, great students can still be overlooked for reasons unknown. One way to ensure students set off on the …

By Val Matta
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Advice for International Students Interested in Consulting Roles


Marc Cosentino’s Advice for International Students Interested in Consulting Roles

I’ve advised thousands of international students pursuing careers in consulting. Most of these students initially wanted to work in the U.S. before returning to their home countries. While many were …

By Marc Cosentino
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5 Hiring Trends in Private Equity


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The modern private equity industry, dating to the founding of KKR & Co. (NYSE: KKR) in 1976, has entered its fifth decade. Founder-cousins Henry Kravis and George Roberts have reached their mid-70s …

By David M. Toll
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Cover Letter to Interest Employers – Get Some Positive Points Before the Interview

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According to statistical surveys, it takes the time of 6 seconds for many of the hiring managers to consider the resume. How do you assess your chances of getting a job quickly? Do you believe that there is an effective …

By James Allender
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MBA Outcomes

Explore our full-time MBA employment data, including average base salaries and signing bonuses, employment acceptances by function, industry and geographical region.  These stats provide an overview of the career outcomes of recent MBA graduates.  The data covers 100% of the graduating class. The “Class Year” represents all graduates who completed the program between July 1 of the previous year and June 30 of the year stated.  (For example, the Class of 2018 includes graduates who completed the program between July 1, 2017 and June 30, 2018.) The statistics are consistent with the information collected and formally reported in compliance with the MBA Career Services and Employer Alliance Standards for Reporting MBA Employment Statistics.  For more detailed employment reports, check out the Employment Outcomes documents in the Resources section.

  • Job Acceptance
  • Compensation
  • Industry Destinations
  • Function Destinations
  • Top Hiring Employers
  • Location Destinations

Job Acceptance

The job acceptance rate is calculated based on employment offers accepted by the total number of graduates who self-identified as "seeking MBA-level employment" opportunities upon program completion and up to 90 days post-completion.

Featured Resources

Mays MBA Employment History 2011-2018

Review Mays MBA employment data from 2011-2018.


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