December 11, 2018

Consumer back to Global rankings

The 2018 Bloomberg Businessweek Best B-Schools ranking of full-time MBA programs finds that the consumer products industry hires the fourth-highest number of graduates. The difference in hiring between the third-highest industry, technology, and consumer products is large. Total hired in consumer products: 913 B-School graduates.

SchoolNumber of hiresShare of hiresMedian salary
Northwestern (Kellogg) 47 12% $106,500
Pennsylvania (Wharton) 38 6% $120,000
IE 38 13% $80,063
Hult 38 15% $90,190
Michigan (Ross) 28 9% $106,250
Harvard 27 4% $115,000
Chicago (Booth) 26 5% $105,000
Columbia 24 5% $105,000
NYU (Stern) 23 7% $105,000
Brigham Young (Marriott) 23 17% $102,500
UCLA (Anderson) 22 8% $105,000
Indiana (Kelley) 22 15% $110,000
Dartmouth (Tuck) 22 9% $106,000
IESE Business School 19 9% $89,325
UT at Austin (McCombs) 19 9% $100,000
Duke (Fuqua) 18 5% $106,000
INSEAD 18 2% $78,000
USC (Marshall) 18 11% $105,000
UNC (Kenan-Flagler) 16 7% $102,500
Cornell (Johnson) 16 7% $106,500
Wisconsin 15 19% $98,000
UC at Berkeley (Haas) 14 7% $105,000
Michigan State (Broad) 14 24% $100,000
Minnesota (Carlson) 14 22% $97,000
Virginia (Darden) 13 5% $106,000
Ohio State (Fisher) 13 15% $108,000
Boston College (Carroll) 10 18% $90,000
Stanford 9 4% $112,000
Babson (Olin) 9 10% $80,000
Emory (Goizueta) 9 8% $105,000
Florida (Hough) 9 20% $103,000
Purdue (Krannert) 9 20% $107,500
Washington in St. Louis (Olin) 9 9% $106,000
UC at Irvine (Merage) 9 19% $100,000
MIT (Sloan) 9 3% $122,000
Maryland (Smith) 8 13% $100,500
SUNY University at Buffalo 8 11% $55,000
Cincinnati (Lindner) 8 21% $48,000
Vanderbilt (Owen) 8 6% $105,000
CEIBS 7 5% $74,412
William and Mary (Mason) 7 13% $99,000
Penn State (Smeal) 7 13% $100,000
London Business School 7 2% $91,823
Western (Ivey) 7 6% $64,992
Melbourne 7 19% $78,331
Notre Dame (Mendoza) 7 8% $107,500
Yale 7 3% $105,000
Arizona State (Carey) 6 8% $107,000
ESIC 6 17% $96,550
Southern Methodist (Cox) 6 7% $105,000
Texas A&M (Mays) 6 13% $100,000
Carnegie Mellon (Tepper) 5 3% $106,000
Willamette (Atkinson) 5 13% $60,000
Georgetown (McDonough) 5 3% $105,000
Texas Tech (Rawls) 5 14% $60,000
Rutgers 5 11% $85,000
Miami 5 13% $52,000
Northeastern (D'Amore-McKim) 4 10% $90,000
McGill (Desautels) 4 8% $56,145
George Washington 4 7% $101,500
Fordham (Gabelli) 4 13% Not available
Tennessee (Haslam) 4 8% $104,500
North Carolina State (Poole) 4 13% $77,839
ESADE 4 4% $57,182
Pepperdine (Graziadio) 3 9% $104,000
Texas Christian (Neeley) 3 9% $93,000
UC at Davis 3 9% $95,000
Baruch (Zicklin) 3 12% $90,000
UT at Dallas (Jindal) 3 11% Not available
IMD 3 5% $127,529
Denver (Daniels) 3 7% $70,000
City, University of London (Cass) 3 9% $44,702
Mannheim 3 8% $96,070
Copenhagen 3 16% $89,094
EAE (Madrid) 3 2% $41,405
Georgia (Terry) 3 8% $95,000
Tampa (Sykes) 3 6% $42,500
Boston University (Questrom) 3 3% Not available
Case Western Reserve (Weatherhead) 3 7% Not available
Pittsburgh (Katz) 3 9% $103,000
Cambridge (Judge) 3 3% Not available
Georgia Tech (Scheller) 2 4% Not available
Manchester 2 3% Not available
Washington (Foster) 2 2% Not available
Imperial College of London 2 6% Not available
Alberta 2 3% Not available
Politecnico di Milano 2 6% $38,000
Oxford (Saïd) 2 1% Not available
Houston (Bauer) 1 5% Not available
Colorado at Boulder (Leeds) 1 2% Not available
Bentley 1 3% Not available
ESMT Berlin 1 3% $92,000
Concordia (Molson) 1 4% Not available
HEC Montreal 1 3% Not available
Illinois at Urbana-Champaign 1 2% Not available
National University of Singapore 1 2% Not available
UC at San Diego (Rady) 1 6% Not available
Oregon (Lundquist) 1 5% Not available
San Diego 1 5% Not available
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