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All-Time High Career Outcomes for Full-Time MBA Class of 2016 at Baruch College

95% of Students Received Job Offers within Three Months of Graduation

New York, NY – November 30, 2016 – The Zicklin School of Business at Baruch College reported all-time high career outcomes for the full-time MBA cohort in the class of 2016.

According to the Graduate Career Management Center (GCMC), employment outcomes for students upon graduation rose to 78%, representing an eight percent increase over the previous class in 2015. This outcome rate jumped to 95% three months after graduation, surpassing the previous all-time high of 91% last year.

This year’s graduating students accepted job offers from such prestigious companies as Bank of America, EY, KPMG, Morgan Stanley, S&P Global, Johnson & Johnson, and Revlon. Competitive compensation, which includes average salary and signing bonus, was pegged at $83,000, an increase of more than ten thousand dollars compared to 2015. The previous all-time high average salary was $80,000 in 2012.

Fred Burke, director of GCMC, noted that graduating students are now working in major industries ranging from consulting to consumer products to financial services and media and entertainment. 


Personal Service is the Hallmark at GCMC
According to Burke, this all-time high outcome for the class of 2016 is the result of the MBA cohort size that allows for close collaboration between the students and the GCMC staff of career experts.

“The GCMC team works one-on-one with each student enrolled in the full-time MBA cohort throughout the entire two years of the program,” said Burke. “As a result of our personalized, individual attention for coaching and advising, we can better help students with their skills, understand their values and interests, and help them identify and prepare for internships and full- time jobs.”

Burke added, “The entire staff is extremely thrilled with this all-time high outcome for our MBA class of 2016, and we know that our students are well on their way to successful careers.”




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