The 2021-2022 MBA Employment Report is out, and the numbers look great! The outcomes highlight the value of the MIT Sloan MBA, especially in times that call for agile business leaders who solve complex problems with ingenuity.
The average base salary for the Class of 2021 was $148,075, and the median base was $150,000. The median signing bonus was $30K. 70.5% of graduates reported they received guaranteed compensation beyond a signing bonus, with an average value of $34K and a median value of $65K. Our top industries for the Class of 2021 were Consulting (28.3%), Technology (25.0%), Finance (21.4%), and Pharma/Health/Biotech (9.8%).
Sloanies are motivated by potential for impact and opportunities to make their ideas matter. Graduates found these opportunities with companies who have long-standing hiring relationships with MIT Sloan, as well as companies hiring at MIT Sloan for the first time. The Classes of 2021 and 2022 accepted opportunities at 342 companies, pursuing pathways for impact and advancement at leading and growing organizations across the country and around the globe. 48.6% of students who accepted positions went to work with employers who hired three or more Sloanies for full-time roles or internships; and 53.5% of the organizations that hired Sloanies this year did so for the first time.
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