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Employment Statistics

Employment Statistics by Degree Program

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Hundreds of companies from around the world recruit Olin Business School students for full-time or internship positions. For the class of 2014*:

  • BSBA: 98 percent of those students seeking employment reported accepting a job (90 days post-graduation). Median base salary was $60,000.
  • MBA: 97 percent of those students seeking employment reported accepting a job (90 days post-graduation). Median base salary was $100,000
  • Master of Accounting: 97 percent of those students seeking employment reported accepting a job (90 days post-graduation). Median base salary was $50,000.
  • Master of Science in Finance – Quantitative Finance: 86 percent of those students seeking employment reported accepting a job (90 days post-graduation). Median base salary was $57,000.
  • Master of Science in Finance – Corporate Finance & Investments: 83 percent of those students seeking employment reported accepting a job (90 days post-graduation). Median base salary was $65,000.
  • Master of Science in Supply Chain Management: 100 percent of those students seeking employment reported accepting a job (90 days post-graduation). Median base salary was $65,000.

*Data as of September 5, 2014.

Employment Report for the Class of 2014, including organizations that hire Olin students, student demographics, source of offers and compensation data by industry, function, and geographic region.

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