More than 95 percent of MBA graduates at top business schools were employed three months after graduating, according to U.S. News data.
MBA graduates should look forward to be boosted up the career ladder by their business school degrees.
February report from the Graduate Management Admission Council indicates that most of the business school alumni, who graduated between 1959 and 2014, had midlevel positions a year after obtaining their degree. Moreover, most of the business school alumni held senior-level positions or higher five years after graduating.
Statistics show that at some business schools, an entire MBA class might find desired positions only a few months after obtaining their degree.
For example, all of the full-time MBA students, who graduated from the Collins College of Business at the University of Tulsa in 2014, were employed three months after graduation.
Among 126 ranked business schools that submitted data to U.S. News, Collins had the highest percentage of full-time 2014 graduates who were employed within three months of graduating.
Unlike last year, some of the highest-ranked MBA programs made this year’s top 10 list for schools where students secured jobs within three months of graduating,
U.S. News reports.
For example, The Booth School of Business at the University of Chicago, which is ranked No. 4, had 97.2 percent of 2014 MBA grads employed. Moreover, more than 95 percent of 2014 graduates from the Wharton School at University of Pennsylvania, which is ranked No. 3, became employees three months after graduation.
The College of Charleston is has 97.1 percent of its full-time 2014 graduates employed three months after graduating. Of all the schools that submitted data, San Diego State University had the lowest percentage of students who were employed within couple of months after graduation- just 39 percent.
Below you can see the list of the 10 business schools with the highest percentage of full-time 2014 graduates who were employed three months after graduating.
Original article at U.S. News.