Employment Statistics

Yale SOM's broadminded, intellectually curious graduates contribute to organizations in every sector.

Employment Statistics

 
Class of 2013 Full-Time Employment Class of 2014 Internship Employment
Employment Status Employment Status
Demographic Data Demographic Data
Overall Salary Data Overall Salary Data
Salary by Function Salary by Function
Salary by Industry Salary by Industry
Salary by Region Salary by Region

 

Class of 2013: Full-Time Employment Status
Class Size: 229    
     
Students Seeking Employment: 202 (88.2% of class)
Received Job Offer 3 Months Post-Graduation 184 91.1%
Accepted Job Offer 3 Months Post-Graduation 172 85.1%
Students Not Seeking Employment: 25 (10.9% of class)
Starting Own Business 10  
Company-Sponsored 7  
Postponing Search 5  
Continuing Education 3  
No Response to Survey: 2 (0.9% of class)

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Demographic Data
(at matriculation in fall 2011)
Average Age 28
Gender  
Female 36%
Male 64%
U.S. Minority 25%
Under-Represented Minority 7%
Country of Origin  
United States 68%
International 32%
Average GMAT 719
Average GPA 3.55

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Overall Salary Data
Annual Base Salary1 Other Guaranteed Compensation2
25th Percentile Median 75th Percentile 25th Percentile Median 75th Percentile
$100,000 $110,000 $125,000 $15,000 $30,000 $45,000

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Salary by Function
  Base Salary1 Other Guaranteed Compensation2
  % of Hires3 25th Percentile Median 75th Percentile 25th Percentile Median 75th Percentile
Consulting 40.1% $101,500 $125,000 $135,000 $15,000 $28,000 $36,570
Financing/Accounting 29.7% $100,000 $100,000 $115,000 $29,400 $50,000 $60,000
General Management 11.6% $77,250 $94,014 $109,000 $5,000 $16,000 $31,000
Marketing/Sales 8.7% $97,500 $105,000 $121,000 $28,875 $40,000 $49,625
Operations/Logistics 2.9% $72,000 $85,000 $120,000 * $33,500 *
Information Technology 1.2% * * * * * *
Human Resources 0.6% * * * * * *
Other4 5.2% $88,333 $110,000 $165,000 * $18,000 *

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Salary by Industry
  Base Salary1 Other Guaranteed Compensation2
  % of Hires3 25th Percentile Median 75th Percentile 25th Percentile Median 75th Percentile
Finance 25.0% $100,000 $100,000 $120,000 $35,000 $50,000 $60,000
Investment Banking 11.0% $100,000 $100,000 $105,792 $50,000 $60,000 $60,000
Diversified Financial
Services
5.2% $92,500 $107,500 $127,500 $18,999 $29,400 $52,250
Investment Management 5.2% $108,750 $120,000 $121,250 * $30,000 *
Private Equity/Venture Capital 3.5% $100,000 $100,000 $100,000 * * *
Consulting 22.1% $126,250 $135,000 $135,000 $25,000 $30,000 $40,000
Technology 16.9% $105,250 $112,500 $120,500 $24,850 $29,500 $38,875
Consumer Products 8.7% $97,000 $100,000 $115,000 $24,625 $35,000 $42,500
Nonprofit 7.6% $72,000 $83,500 $90,000 * * *
Healthcare/Pharmaceuticals 5.2% $65,568 $90,000 $115,000 $5,200 $20,000 $22,000
Manufacturing 4.7% $91,000 $101,000 $114,270 * * *
Government 2.9% * $80,883 * * *
Media/Entertainment 2.3% * $88,250 * $14,500 *
Energy 1.7% * $107,000 * * *
Real Estate 1.2% * * * * *
Other 1.7% * $170,000 * * *

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Salary by Region
  Percent of Hires3 Median Base Salary1
United States 86.5% $110,000
International 13.5% $110,000
  Percent of U.S. Hires Median Base Salary
Northeast 59.5% $110,000
West 23.0% $110,000
Mid-Atlantic 6.8% $105,500
South 5.4% $129,000
Midwest 3.4% $100,000
Southwest 2.0% $115,000
  Percent of International Hires Median Base Salary
Asia 60.9% $115,078
Europe 17.4% $95,250
Middle East 8.7% *
Central America 4.3% *
North America 4.3% *
South America 4.3% *

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1. Compensation information is self-reported. Of students reporting accepted offers, 95.9% included salary information.
2. Other Guaranteed Compensation includes signing bonus, guaranteed year-end bonus, relocation bonus, summer internship bonus, early sign-on bonus, tuition reimbursement, and housing expenses. Of those reporting salary information, 70.9% reported receiving other guaranteed compensation. In order to be noted in tables for “Other Guaranteed Compensation,” function and industry must have at least 50% reporting other guaranteed compensation.
3. One hundred percent of students reporting accepted offers included job function and job industry. Of students reporting accepted offers, 99.4% included region.
4. “Other” function consists of Law (1.7%), Real Estate (0.6%), Philanthropy (0.6%), Policy (0.6%), Clinical (0.6%), and Other—Not Specified (1.2%).

* Asterisk indicates insufficient data or data not published to maintain student privacy.

 

             
             
             
             
             
             
             
             

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Class of 2014: Internship Employment Status
Class Size: 254    
     
Students Seeking Employment:  233 (91.7% of class)
Accepted Job Offers1 233 100%
Students Not Seeking Employment 21 (8.3% of class)
Starting Own Business 13  
Company-Sponsored 5  
Continuing Education 2  
Other 1  

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Demographic Data
(at matriculation in fall 2012)
Average Age 28
Gender  
Female 35%
Male 65%
U.S. Minority 25%
Under-Represented Minority 11%
Country of Origin  
United States 73%
International 27%
Average GMAT 717
Average GPA 3.55

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Overall Salary Data
Weekly Salary2
25th Percentile Median 75th Percentile
$1,000 $1,630 $2,000

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Weekly Salary by Function
  Percent of Hires3 25th
Percentile
Median Weekly Salary2 75th
Percentile
Consulting 36.0% $800 $1,200 $2,080
Finance/Accounting 27.7% $1,295 $1,923 $2,000
Marketing/Sales 11.2% $1,400 $1,525 $2,000
General Management 7.0% $1,520 $1,800 $2,000
Operations Logistics 4.5% $860 $1,600 $1,879
Human Resources 1.7% * $1,440 *
Information Technology 1.2% * $1,250 *
Other4 10.7% $833 $1,250 $2,485

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Weekly Salary by Industry
  Percent of Hires3 25th
Percentile
Median Weekly Salary2 75th
Percentile  
Finance 28.5% $1,455 $1,923 $2,000
Investment Banking 14.0% $1,923 $1,923 $2,000
Investment Management 5.0% $1,213 $1,275 $2,105
Private Equity/Venture Capital 5.0% $975 $1,125 $1,594
Diversified Financial Services 4.5% $1,240 $1,923 $2,000
Consumer Products/Retail 13.2% $1,400 $1,730 $2,000
Consulting Services 12.0% $1,166 $2,300 $2,600
Nonprofit 11.6% $700 $800 $1,250
Technology 10.3% $1,410 $1,670 $2,000
Media/Entertainment 7.0% $542 $800 $1,225
Healthcare/Pharmaceuticals 4.5% $1,000 $1,670 $1,800
Manufacturing 3.7% $825 $1,000 $1,540
Energy 3.3% $849 $1,050 $1,825
Government 2.1% $725 $750 $1,000
Real Estate 1.2% * $1000 *
Other 2.5% $3,000 $3,038 $3,244

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Weekly Salary by Region
Region Percent of Hires3 Median Weekly Salary2
United States 87.6% $1,675
International 12.4% $1,000
United States Percent of U.S.Hires Median Weekly Salary
Northeast 60.4% $1,680
West 20.8% $1,803
Mid-Atlantic 8.0% $1,000
Midwest 5.7% $1,842
South 2.8% $800
Southwest 2.4% $1,900
International Percent of International Hires Median Weekly Salary
Asia 53.3% $1,000
Central America 16.7% $1,000
Europe 13.3% $1,530
Africa 10.0% *
North America 3.3% *
South America 3.3% *

 

1. Of students accepting internships, 3.9% reported having multiple internships.
2. Compensation Information is self-reported. 97.1% of accepted offers included salary information. Of those, 8.9% reported receiving no salary. Salary data above represents students who reported salary information and were paid a salary. Of reported paid and unpaid salaries, 13.5% were expected to be supplemented by the Yale SOM Internship Fund, a donor-supported fund that provides financial support to students who pursue summer internships in the public or nonprofit sector. This funding is not included in the salaries presented above.
3. Of accepted offers, 99.2% included job function, job industry, and region.
4. “Other” function consists of Sustainability (2.9%), Law (2.9%), Entrepreneurship (1.2%), Research and Development (1.2%), Education (0.8%), Real Estate (0.8%), Healthcare (0.4%), and Manufacturing (0.4%).
* Asterisk indicates insufficient data or data not published to maintain student privacy.

 

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Hiring Organizations  

Employers at which at least one member of the Class of 2013 accepted a full-time position or one member of the Class of 2014 accepted an internship. More than 400 different employers hired Yale SOM students this year. 

Consulting Services
Consumer Product/Retail
Energy
Finance
Government
Healthcare/Pharmaceuticals
Manufacturing
Media/Entertainment
Nonprofit
Real Estate
Technology
Other

Consulting Services
?What If! Innovation
A.T. Kearney, Inc.
Accenture
Alvarez & Marsal
Analysis Group, Inc.
Bain & Company, Inc.
Booz & Company Inc.
Booz Allen Hamilton
The Boston Consulting Group, Inc.
The Chartis Group, LLC
Community Wealth Partners
Deloitte LLP
Ernst & Young
GreenOrder/Cleantech Group, Inc
The Hay Group
ideas42
IDEO LLC
Innosight LLC
McKinsey & Company
Mercer Consulting Group Inc.
Meritco Services
Navigant Consulting
The Parthenon Group, LLC
PriceWaterhouseCoopers
Redstone Strategy Group, LLC
SYPartners
ThoughtWorks

Consumer Product/Retail
1stdibs
Amazon.com
ANN INC.
Blank Incubator Restaurant
Burke Agro/ Sol Simple
Church & Dwight Co., Inc.
Coach, Inc.
Diageo
Dr. Bronner’s Magic Soaps
eBay Inc.
Estee Lauder
Etsy, Inc.
Fab
Farm Fresh Rhode Island
General Mills
Good Tastes
Louis Vuitton
PepsiCo
Philips
Preserve
Procter & Gamble, Inc.
Sears Holding Corporation
Shutterfly
SquareTrade,Inc.
Starwood Hotels & Resorts Worldwide, Inc.
Toys “R” Us Inc.
Unilever
Weyerhaeuser

Energy
Apex Wind Energy, Inc.
Chevron Corporation
EnerNOC, Inc.
Freeport-McMoRan Copper & Gold Inc.
NextEra Energy Resources, LLC
OPower, Inc.
Organica Water, Inc.
Recurrent Energy
Sun Edison, LLC

Finance
Administradora Akaan
Admiral Group
Amergent Capital
American Express
Babson Capital Management LLC
Bank of America Merrill Lynch
Barclays PLC
Blackstone
Bowery Capital
Broadscale Group LLC
Cava Capital
Chinastone Capital Management Ltd
Circle Peak Capital
Citi
CITIC Capital Partners
CommonBond
Credit Suisse Group
Davidson Kempner Capital Management LLC
DBL Investors: Double Bottom Line Venture Capital
Deutsche Bank AG
Developing World Markets
Dimensional Fund Advisors
Emil Capital Partners, LLC
Everest Capital Limited
Fidelity Business Consulting (FBC)
First Investors Management Company
Genworth Financial Inc.
The Goldman Sachs Group, Inc.
Hillhouse Capital Management
Houlihan Lokey
HSBC
Hudson Bay Capital Management LP
Hyundai Capital America
Jefferies Group, Inc.
JPMorgan Chase & Co.
Kaufman Family LLC
Liberty Mutual
Meridian Capital LLC
Morgan Stanley
NCB Capital Impact
Nomura Holdings, Inc.
Oppenheimer & Co.
Patriarch Partners, LLC
Penghua Fund Management Co., Ltd.
Perella Weinberg Partners (PWP)
Plymouth Rock Assurance Corporation
Princeton University Investment Company
Sovereign Bank
Spectrum Quantitative Strategies
Spring Mountain Capital LP
Standard & Poor’s
State Street Corporation
Stonehome Capital
Tudor, Pickering, Holt & Co.
Two Sigma Investments, LLC
UBS AG
Vanguard
VelocityShares (VLS Securities LLC)
Wells Fargo
Wells Fargo Securities
Yale Entrepreneurial Institute
Yale Investments Office

Government
City of Portland, Maine
Federal Bureau of Investigation
Infonavit (Mexican Government)
National Commission on the Structure of the Air Force
National Park Service
New Haven Mayor’s Office
Office of the Governor of New York State
Office of the Legislative Counsel for the House of Representatives
World Bank Group

Healthcare/Pharmaceuticals
Aetna Inc.
athenahealth, Inc.
Biogen Idec
Care Visions
CIGNA Corp.
Cooper University Hospital
GlaxoSmithKline
Johnson & Johnson
mdoc
Medtronic, Inc.
Mount Sinai Medical Center
Novartis
NYU Elaine A. and Kenneth G. Langone Medical Center
USANA Health Sciences Inc.
Whitman Walker Health
Xiangya Hospital
Yale Medical Group

Manufacturing
Al-Bader Shipping Company
Cambridge Security Seals LLC
Cargill, Incorporated
Cummins Inc.
Ecolab Inc.
Fairtrasa
Ford Motor Company
General Dynamics Corp.
General Electric Company
General Motors Company
Jacobs Farm / Del Cabo, Inc.
Metropolitan Transportation Authority (MTA)
Patkau Architects
Precision Combustion, Inc.
Severstal
Southern California Edison
Space Exploration Technologies Corp. (SpaceX)

Media/Entertainment
The Associated Press
Bloomberg Government
Hearst Corporation
Intent Media, Inc.
The Laguna Playhouse
Major League Baseball Enterprises, Inc.
National Basketball Association, Inc.
National Public Radio (NPR)
The New York Observer, LLC
NBC Universal
The Paley Center for Media
Paramount
Philadelphia Museum of Art
Public Broadcasting Service (PBS)
Situ Studio
Thomson Reuters Corporation
The Walt Disney Company
WGBH
Yale School of Drama / Yale Repertory Theatre

Nonprofit
The Achievement Network
Acumen Fund
Ashoka: Innovators for the Public
The BizCorps
B Lab
Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation
Coalition for Green Capital
Education Pioneers
Endeavor Global, Inc.
Environmental Defense Fund
Harlem Village Academies
Innovations for Poverty Action
The Kaizen Company
Kiva
Mass Insight Education
The Nature Conservancy
New Classrooms
New York City Economic Development Corporation (NYCEDC)
Oakland Business Development Corporation (OBDC)
Save the Children
Success Academy Charter Schools
Teachscape
Uncommon Schools
Unlocking Potential Inc.
VH1 Save the Music Foundation
Year Up
Yomol A’tel
Yuva Unstoppable

Real Estate
AIG Global Real Estate Investment Corp.
EDENS Inc.
Hines
Mortice Group Plc
Walton International Group, Inc.

Technology
Adobe Systems Incorporated
Alibaba Group
Applico Inc.
DVS Consulting and Engineering
Emerson
Google
Hewlett-Packard
HubSpot, Inc.
Imprivata
Intel Corporation
International Business Machines Corporation (IBM)
Kanjy Co.
LegalZoom.com Inc.
LinkedIn
The MathWorks
Microsoft Corporation
Palantir Technologies, Inc.
Paypal, Inc.
PICT
Pitney Bowes
Samsung Electronics Co. Ltd
Servosity
Tencent Holdings Ltd
United Technologies Corporation
UrbanSitter, LLC
WaterSmart Software
Workday
Zynga

Other
Boies, Schiller & Flexner LLP
Davis Polk & Wardwell LLP
Debevoise & Plimpton, LLP
Fried Frank Harris Shriver & Jacobson LLP
Knobbe, Martens, Olsen & Bear LLP
Sullivan & Cromwell LLP
Wachtell, Lipton, Rosen & Katz
 

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