ONLY 6% OF THE CLASS WENT INTO CONSUMER GOODS THIS YEAR
Among the financial service hires this year, investment banking attracted the most Tuckies, with 11% going into i-banking, up from 10% last year. Some 4% of the grads went into investment management, while 2% landed jobs in private equity and venture capital. The highest reported starting salary–$215,000–went to a Tuck MBA who joined a PE firm.
The increase in tech and healthcare this year had a greater impact on other industry hires. Only 6% of the class went to work in consumer goods, versus 11% in 2017. Some 5% of the class took jobs in manufacturing, while 3% accepted positions in transportation.