Best Business Schools Hiring:
Media / Entertainment Industry

With the industry’s highest median salaries registering at $150,000, media and entertainment jobs are competitive with those in some of the more popular industries. This is the 10th highest area measured by this year's ranking, accounting for 1.7% of all MBA hires. Penn Wharton graduates earned a median salary of $150,000, the highest of all schools in the ranking, followed by Harvard, NYU, and Stanford, tied at $140,000. Two Southern California schools represent the most grads hired into entertainment/media jobs: USC's Marshall school, with 21, and UCLA's Anderson school, with 16.

school number of hires percentage of hires median salary (US dollars) median salary (local currency)
Pennsylvania (Wharton) 9 1.6% $150,000 Not applicable
Harvard 14 2.6% $140,000 Not applicable
NYU (Stern) 6 2.0% $140,000 Not applicable
Stanford 9 4.0% $140,000 Not applicable
Columbia 10 2.2% $137,500 Not applicable
Virginia (Darden) 3 1.0% $130,000 Not applicable
UC at Berkeley (Haas) 3 1.4% $120,000 Not applicable
Yale 9 3.7% $120,000 Not applicable
UCLA (Anderson) 16 5.7% $115,000 Not applicable
London Business School 5 1.4% $107,752 £80,000
EAE 3 5.6% $106,270 €89,100
USC (Marshall) 21 12.9% $105,000 Not applicable
INSEAD 4 0.8% $100,700 Not applicable
MIT (Sloan) 5 1.8% $100,000 Not applicable
HEC Montreal 3 8.1% $93,538 CA$120,000
Hult 9 9.0% $91,000 Not applicable
Indian School of Business 8 1.2% $33,910 ₹2,500,000
Boston University (Questrom) 3 3.2% Not available Not applicable
Cambridge (Judge) 3 2.3% Not available Not available
Chicago (Booth) 4 0.9% Not available Not applicable
Dartmouth (Tuck) 3 1.2% Not available Not applicable
National University of Singapore 3 4.5% Not available Not applicable
Northwestern (Kellogg) 3 0.8% Not available Not applicable
Rochester Institute of Technology (Saunders) 3 7.3% Not available Not applicable
Washington (Foster) 3 2.9% Not available Not applicable
William and Mary (Mason) 5 7.8% Not available Not applicable