Record Breaking MBA Pay At Stanford GSB

Stanford University Graduate School of Business

Stanford University Graduate School of Business

For the first time, this year’s employment report takes a closer look at the 68% of the class that stayed on the West Coast. “Counter to the stereotype that equates West Coast jobs with the tech industry, Stanford MBAs went to a wide range of industries, with consulting and private equity tied at the top of the list at 11%,” the school noted.

“At first glance, the pull of the West came at the expense of international opportunities, which continued on a downward trend to 7% compared to the peak in 2010, when more than one in five graduates went to work outside the U.S. However, the number of international entrepreneurs, which has nearly doubled since 2010, is not included and is therefore underrepresented in international jobs.”

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