Employment Statistics by Degree Program

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

2020 Employment Statistics

BSBA and MBA

(data as of December 2020 for graduates seeking employment)
  • BSBA: 91 percent reported accepting a job. Median base salary was $75,000.
  • Full-time MBA: 73 percent reported accepting a job. Median base salary was $118,000.

Specialized Masters

(data as of March 2021 for graduates seeking employment; represents employment by December 2020)

  • Master of Accounting (MACC): 75 percent reported accepting a job. Median base salary was $48,000.
  • MS in Finance–Quantitative Finance (MSFQ): 77 percent reported accepting a job. Median base salary was $60,000.
  • MS in Finance–Corporate Finance & Investments (MSFC)*: 62 percent reported accepting a job. Median base salary was $25,900.
  • MS in Finance–Wealth Asset Management (MSFWAM): 74 percent reported accepting a job. Median base salary was $49,500.
  • MS in Supply Chain Management (MSSCM): 78 percent reported accepting a job. Median base salary was $45,600.
  • MS in Business Analytics (MSA): 85 percent reported accepting a job. Median base salary was $69,300.
  • *Note: all MSFC reported salaries were students who landed jobs in China.

    Read more in our Employment Reports including organizations that hire Olin students, student demographics, source of offers and compensation data by industry, function, and geographic region.

    The Weston Career Center is a member of the MBA Career Services & Employer Alliance (MBACSEA) and National Association of Colleges and Employers (NACE) and adheres to the reporting guidelines set forth by these organizations.