Highest & Lowest Paid MBAs of 2014

MBA students at the Tuck School of Business at Dartmouth College

MBA students at the Tuck School of Business at Dartmouth College

The Lowest Reported MBA Salaries of 2014

School Compensation Industry
North Carolina (Kenan-Flagler) $23,000 (Base salary) Financial Services
Columbia Business School $24,000  (Base salary) Education/Non-Profit/Government
Michigan (Ross) $24,000 (Base salary) Consulting
Carnegie Mellon (Tepper) $24,000 (Base salary) Non-Profit
Virginia (Darden) $28,000 (Base salary) Non-Profit
Georgetown (McDonough) $28,800 (Base salary) Real Estate
Cornell (Johnson) $45,000 (Base salary) Unknown
UCLA (Anderson) $45,000 (Base salary) Startup, sports
Chicago (Booth) $46,136 (Base salary) Retail
MIT (Sloan) $48,000 (Base salary) Business Development
Northwestern (Kellogg) $50,000 (Base salary) Manufacturing/Telecom
Harvard Business School $50,000 (Base salary)* Non-Profit
UT-Austin (McCombs $50,000 (Base salary)* Finance & Consumer Products
New York (Stern) $51,000 (Base salary) Media/Entertainment
Emory (Goizueta) $52,000 (Base salary) Manufacturing
Wharton $52,000 (Base salary) Unknown
Vanderbilt (Owen) $53,000 (Base salary) Technology
Duke (Fuqua) $53,500 (Base salary) Healthcare Services
Stanford $55,000 (Base salary) Government
Dartmouth (Tuck) $60,000 (Base salary) Technology
Washington Univ. (Olin) $60,000 (Base salary) Consumer Products
Washington (Foster) $60,000 (Base salary) Financial Services
Indiana (Kelley) $65,000 (Base salary) Healthcare/Pharma
UC-Berkeley (Haas) $85,000 (Base salary) Tecnology

Source: Business school employment reports

Notes: An asterisk indicates an estimate

(See following page for table on 2014 median pay and job offers at all the top business schools)

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