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Class of 2014

As you review the placement statistics, please note that all information is derived from student self-reported data.
 
Timing of Offers
By Graduation
Student received offer by graduation
81%
Student accepted offer by graduation
75%
By Three Months Post-Graduation
Student received offer within three months of graduation
94%
Student accepted offer within three months of graduation
90%
 
 
Compensation of Accepted Offers
Total MBA Graduates
  Average ($) Median ($) Low ($) High ($)
Base Salary                 112,096                             110,000              51,000     200,000
Signing Bonus 31,163 30,000 2,500 70,000
Other Guaranteed Compensation 24,443 20,000 4,000 100,000
U.S. Permanent Work Authorization
  Average ($) Median ($) Low ($) High ($)
Base Salary          112,061                110,000              60,000 200,000
Signing Bonus 30,629 30,000 2,500 70,000
Other Guaranteed Compensation 23,581 18,000 4,000 100,000
Non-Permanent U.S. Work Authorization
  Average ($) Median ($) Low ($) High ($)
Base Salary            112,210 110,000                51,000             140,000
Signing Bonus                32,820 30,000 10,000 60,000
Other Guaranteed Compensation 28,518 30,000 8,000 60,000
¹ Usable base salary data provided by 88% of graduates who accepted an offer by three months after graduation
² NYU Stern does not include amount or percentage of equity or stock options, corporate reimbursement for relocation and/or second year tuition expenses in its annual compensation totals
³ International salaries are reported in U.S. dollars as calculated by students on basis of prevailing exchange rates

 
 
Compensation of Accepted Offers by Industry
 Industry % Average Base ($) Median Base ($) Low ($) High ($) Average
Signing Bonus ($)
Average Other
Guaranteed Compensation ($)
Consulting 28%  126,411                 130,000 90,000   150,000   29,324  18,986
Investment Banking 27%  103,605                  100,000 90,000  140,000  41,992 38,455
Consumer Products 8%  101,000 100,000 95,000 114,000 24,853 13,947
Entertainment/Media 6%  105,125 97,500 51,000   175,000  12,714 12,500
Technology/
Telecommunications
6% 112,500 110,000 85,000 150,000 20,333 17,800
Diversified Financial Services 5%  100,500                  100,000 90,000   110,000  30,938 12,360 
Retail 4%  116,625                 115,000 103,000   130,000   29,000
Asset Management/ Hedge Fund 3%  121,429                 120,000 100,000   150,000   27,000   52,667
Entrepreneurial/ Start-Up 2%  83,750                   82,500 60,000  110,000 
Government 2% 84,873                   89,924 72,000   98,000  10,000
Healthcare/ Pharmaceuticals/ Biotech 2%  110,833                 112,500  80,000  135,000  17,000  †
Insurance 2%  118,000                 110,000  110,000 130,000  34,000  †
Aerospace/ Transportation 1% 101,804                  101,712 101,700 102,000   25,000
Real Estate 1%  136,667                 135,000 75,000   200,000 
Other* 4%  107,000                  108,000 65,000 170,000
*Other includes: Education, Energy/ Power, Hospitality, Law, Manufacturing, Other and Venture Capital/ Private Equity
† Reporting numbers insufficient  to provide salary information


 
Compensation of Accepted Offers by Function
Function % Average Base ($) Median Base ($) Low ($) High ($) Average
Signing Bonus ($)
Average Other
Guaranteed Compensation ($)
Consulting 30%  126,226  130,000  80,000 150,000  28,284   20,011
Finance - Investment Banking 16%  103,488 100,000  100,000 140,000  45,882   37,000
Marketing 16%  103,600  100,000  51,000  170,000   23,482   13,439 
Finance - General/Corporate 10%  104,095 101,856  74,443 135,000   27,400  26,564
Research 4%  104,091  100,000  100,000  125,000  44,250   †
Business Development 3% 107,500 105,000 95,000 125,000 20,000  †
Finance - Investment Management 3% 122,250 127,500 98,000  150,000  24,333 58,250
Finance - Sales & Trading 3%  100,000 100,000 100,000   100,000   40,714   †
General/Project Management 3%  108,857 108,000  100,000  130,000   32,500  †
Strategic Planning 3%  102,250 109,000 60,000 175,000   †   †
Operations 1%   †   †  †  †  †
Private Equity 1%  115,000 120,000  100,000  125,000   †  †
Real Estate 1% 136,667 135,000 75,000  200,000  †  †
Other* 3%  110,214 100,000 72,000 170,000  23,250   17,000
*Other includes Data and Analytics, Law, Private Banking/Client Services, Risk Management and Structured/ Project Finance
† Reporting numbers insufficient to provide salary information

 
Compensation of Accepted Offers by World Regions
World Region % Average Base ($) Median Base ($) Low ($) High ($)
North America 88%                            111,705                103,000  51,000       200,000
Asia 6%                          116,625              110,000  92,000     140,000
Europe 3%                        112,214               108,000 97,500     135,000
South America 2%                         105,600              100,000  90,000     130,000
Central America and the Caribbean 1%  †  †   †   † 
Middle East & North Africa *   †  †   †   †
*Less than 1% of accepted offers
† Reporting numbers insufficient to provide salary information


 
Compensation of Accepted Offers by U.S. Regions
U.S. Region % Average Base ($) Median Base ($) Low ($) High ($)
Northeast 79%            110,129                                 100,000    51,000 170,000
West 10%                                     119,848                                120,000     95,000 150,000
Midwest 5%                                     121,341                                 111,500    100,000 175,000
Mid-Atlantic 4%                                     113,992                             102,500     75,000 200,000
South 1%                                     112,667                 108,000     90,000 140,000
Southwest 1%  †   †   †   † 
† Reporting numbers insufficient to provide salary information

 
Sources of Accepted Job Offers
School-Facilitated 74% Student-Initiated 26%
Stern On/Off-Campus Scheduled Interviews
46%
Personal Contacts
14%
Stern Job Postings
16%
External Job Posting Boards
6%
Stern Alumni
6% External Career Fairs 3%
Stern Career Fairs
3%  Pre-Stern Employer 2%
Stern Supported Activities (clubs, treks, conferences, etc.)
3% LinkedIn 1%
 
 
Class Employment Profile
  Total MBA Graduates U.S. Permanent Work Authorization             Non-Permanent U.S. Work Authorization  
Total Graduates 388 283 105
Seeking Employment 335 252 83
Not Seeking Employment      
Company Sponsored
12 2 10
Continuing Education
1 1 0
Starting New Business
12 7 5
Not Seeking - Other
8 3 5
Total Not Seeking 33 13 20
No Information Available 20 18 2
 
Class Profile at Matriculation
Average Years of Prior Work Experience 4.8
Women 35%
U.S. Ethnic Minorities 29%
International and Dual Citizen 39%
 
This report conforms to the MBA Career Services and Employer Alliance Standards for Reporting MBA Employment Statistics©










 

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