Best Business Schools Hiring:
Transportation Industry

The transportation industry accounted for 1.1% of all hires, 11th highest of any industry, among graduates of the schools participating in this year's ranking. Graduates of international programs in India and Europe made a strong showing, with transportation opportunities expanding in urban centers around the world, especially those focused on cleaner, smarter transportation, and in emerging economies. Indian School of Business sent nine graduates into the transportation industry, the most of any school. Barcelona's EADA sent 19% of its MBA graduates into transportation, the highest percentage among all ranked schools. And at 13%, ESIC (in Madrid and Barcelona) and Georgia's Terry had the next highest share of students in the field.

school number of hires percentage of hires median salary (US dollars) median salary (local currency)
UCLA (Anderson) 4 1.4% $145,000 Not applicable
Virginia (Darden) 4 1.4% $139,950 Not applicable
Florida (Warrington) 3 6.7% $110,000 Not applicable
Oxford (Saïd) 3 1.7% $109,433 £81,248
Emory (Goizueta) 5 4.6% $106,000 Not applicable
Georgia Tech (Scheller) 3 4.7% $105,000 Not applicable
Texas at Austin (McCombs) 8 3.8% $100,000 Not applicable
EAE 3 5.6% $85,874 €72,000
INSEAD 6 1.2% $83,800 Not applicable
ESIC 6 13.0% $68,383 €57,335
Charleston 4 12.1% $65,000 Not applicable
Baylor (Hankamer) 3 8.8% $62,000 Not applicable
Kentucky (Gatton) 3 6.4% $59,167 Not applicable
Shanghai University of Finance and Economics 3 4.5% $57,369 CN¥380,160
Mississippi 3 6.7% $53,000 Not applicable
Indian School of Business 9 1.4% $37,301 ₹2,750,000
Indian Institute of Management Bangalore 3 5.6% $27,128 ₹2,000,000
Cambridge (Judge) 3 2.3% Not available Not available
EADA 4 19.0% Not available Not applicable
EDHEC 3 5.2% Not available Not applicable
Georgia (Terry) 3 13.0% Not available Not applicable
Harvard 4 0.7% Not available Not applicable
IE 4 2.3% Not available Not available