Of 33 schools’ employment reports examined by P&Q, 13 saw a decline in the percentage of grads going into the consulting industry; five stayed the same. The biggest drop-off was at USC’s Marshall School of Business, which fell from 31% in 2016 to 21% last year; CMU Tepper saw an eight-percentage-point drop, from 28% to 20%, while Vanderbilt Owen fell seven points, from 25% to 18%. The biggest increase? Eight points, from 17% to 25%, at Indiana University’s Kelley School of Business. Notable: Both UC-Berkeley Haas (19% to 25%) and London Business School (35% to 41%) saw six-point jumps.
Be sure to check back in a couple months when we have all the 2018 employment reports. Maybe INSEAD will eclipse the 50% mark!