Consulting: Who’s Happier – MBAs Or Undergrads? by: Jeff Schmitt on March 20, 2022 | 24,692 Views March 20, 2022 Copy Link Share on Facebook Share on Twitter Email Share on LinkedIn Share on WhatsApp Share on Reddit LARGEST SURVEY SAMPLE EVER Among Bachelor’s degree holders, scores rose in 15 of 20 dimensions. Strangely enough, this segment advanced furthest in International Opportunities, which improved by .694 of a point, nearly double Business Outlook (+.327). In contrast, Bachelor’s-only consultants scored their firms by .241 of a point lower in Level of Challenge over the past five years, mirroring the sentiments of MBAs. Overall, 63.18% of the MBA sample was Caucasian, followed by Asian (17.19%), Hispanic (5.20%), and African American (2.55%). Another 3.21% described themselves as two or more races. The divide between men and women was 65.69%-to-30.37%, with the remainder declining to answer the question. Among non-graduate degree holders, the gender divide was 53.43%-to-43.39%. Caucasians represented 66.67% of the survey sample. The remainder included Asians (15.39%), Hispanics (4.31%), African Americans (2.87%), and Multi-Racial Professionals (4.54%). DON’T MISS: TOP 50 CONSULTING FIRMS TO WORK FOR IN 2022 CONSULTING PAY: WHAT MBAS EARNED IN 2021 Previous PagePage 2 of 2 1 2 Comments or questions about this article? Email us.