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 2023 includes graduates who completed the program between July 1, 2022 and June 30, 2023.) 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.

FTMBA Class of 2023

$128,905 83.0% 78.6%
Average Starting Salary Received Job Offers within Three Months of Graduation Received Offers Through School- Related Activities

Full-time MBA Employment Outcomes Reports

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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.


The salary metrics are based on student-reported base starting salaries.  Signing bonuses are reported separately.

Base Salary

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Industry Destinations

Industry groupings are based on the employing organizations' industry classification.  The MBA CSEA Standards for Reporting Full-Time MBA Employment Statistics utilizes the following industry categories: consulting, consumer packaged goods, energy, financial services, government, healthcare (including products and services), hospitality, manufacturing, media/entertainment, non-profit, real estate, retail, technology, transportation & logistics services, and other.

Function Destinations

MBA employment and salary information are also reported by professional function.  The MBA CSEA employment standards utilize the following functions for reporting purposes: consulting, finance/accounting, general management, human resources, marketing/sales, information technology, operations/logistics, and other.

Top Hiring Employers

Businesses ranging from Fortune 500 corporations, mid-sized companies, and start-ups in a wide range of industries hire our talented Mays MBA graduates.  Here's a look at the companies that rely on our MBAs to help achieve their company goals.

Location Destinations

Mays MBA graduates accept employment opportunities throughout the United States and around the world.  In recent years, the southwestern, southern and western regions of the United States have been very popular employment destinations.

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