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1 WISCONSIN MBA CAREER MANAGEMENT Spring 2011 Alumni Survey Results Overall Report Highlights University of Wisconsin-Madison MBA Career Management staff conducted an extensive survey of alumni, who graduated from 3 to 9 years ago, to determine how masters degree students fare in terms of salary, bonuses, positions, and degree satisfaction. Previous surveys were conducted in 2007 and Overall, graduates of Wisconsin School of Business masters programs have experienced consistent base salary growth, reported strong career advancement, and have favorable opinions of how their masters degree has helped them achieve their career objectives. Some highlighted findings from the survey include: On average, respondents saw 31% increase in salary when comparing the first position they took after the MBA and their current salary. Median starting salary was $80,000 and current starting salary was $105,000. Similar to the previous surveys, median current base salaries were consistently well above starting salaries immediately after graduation, and, in general, showed a tendency to increase with increased years of post-masters degree work experience. Among alumni currently employed, seventy-six percent of them received a bonus, with 11% of respondents getting a bonus of or greater than $100,000. The estimated CAGR ranged for the respondents as a whole was 4.8%. This is less than the overall CAGR in the previous surveys (6.2% in 2009* and 7.7% in 2007). The survey included results from 231 alumni who received MBA, MS or MA degrees from the Wisconsin School of Business between 2001 and Most respondents (83%) received an MBA. Respondents included alumni of 10 of the current specializations or their precursors. The results of the survey are presented in this overall report, as well as specializationspecific reports. Specialization specific reports were only created for those specializations where there was enough responses, therefore, due to only having a small number of respondents, RISK Management and Insurance and Strategic Human Resources do not have an individual report. Wisconsin MBA Career Management 2400 Grainger Hall Phone: University Ave. Fax: Madison, WI Web: Blair Sanford, Director, , Matt Nelson, Assistant Director, , Amanda Truppe, Assistant Director, , Overall salary data Participants were asked to provide their current base salary as well as their base salary in their first job immediately after graduation. For all respondents, the median starting base salary was $80,000 and the median current base salary was $105,009, a 31% percent increase over average 5.8 years. The median starting salary and median current salary both increased compared to 2009, however, the growth slowed. Survey Year Median Starting Median Current CAGR 2009 survey ( ) % 2011 survey ( ) % Specialization Average Years Post-Masters Arts Administration 5.6 Applied Security Analysis Program 6.5 Brand and Product Management/Marketing 5.0 Corporate Finance 5.7 Entrepreneurship 5.8 Marketing Research 5.3 Operations and Technology Management/Information System 5.5 Real Estate 6.1 Risk Management and Insurance 6.6 Strategic Human Resources 8.8 Supply Chain 5.8 Total 5.8 Sample size of each specialization is listed below. Note that the sample combination of this year is somewhat different from that of To some extent this influences the comparison on overall level. Specialization Sample Size Sample Size (2011 Survey) (2009 Survey) Arts Administration Applied Security Analysis Program Brand and Product Management/Marketing Corporate Finance Entrepreneurship Marketing Research Operations and Technology Management/Information System Real Estate Risk Management and Insurance 5 5 Strategic Human Resources 5 2 Supply Chain Others Total

2 Base Salaries Base Salaries by Years of Experience When grouped by year, it s found that the starting salaries generally kept growing in these years. Generally, alumni with more years of post-mba/ma/ms experience have higher current base salaries than alumni with less experience. Also, the compound annual growth rate (CAGR) of base salary trended upward as the number of years after graduation increases. However, the growth rate decreased as compared to those of previous years Survey Years Out Median Starting Median Current CAGR 3&4 $90,000 $102, % 5&6&7 $80,000 $105, % 8&9 $67,750 $117, % 2009 Survey Years Out Median Starting Median Current CAGR (est.) 3&4 $78,000 $95, % 5&6&7 $67,750 $98, % 8&9 $65,000 $115, % Base Salaries by Specializations In all 11 specializations, the median current base salary is higher than the median starting base salary. In 7 of the 11 specializations, the median current base salary is $100,000 or higher. The top three specializations in terms of median current base salary were Risk, Operations & Technology Management/Information Systems (OTM/IS) & Applied Securities Analysis Program (ASAP). Note: 1) The estimated CAGR was calculated using the median starting salaries, median current salaries and average years of post-degree experience for each specialization. It is not the average of each individual respondent s estimated CAGR. 2) The sample sizes of SHR and Risk are very small. Specialization Median Starting Median Current Avg. Years Post-Master CAGR (est.) Arts Admin $44,000 $65, % ASAP $80,000 $112, % Brand/Marketing $88,750 $111, % Corporate Finance $80,000 $104, % Entrepreneurship $75,500 $102, % Marketing Research $80,000 $109, % OTM/IS $77,500 $113, % Real Estate $85,000 $103, % Risk $75,000 $155, % Strategic HR $56,000 $82, % Supply Chain $83,000 $100, % ry S a la a s e B n ia e d M Spring 2011 Alumni Survey Results page 2 Overall Report

3 Perceived Value of MBA Survey participants were asked about their perceptions of the Wisconsin MBA/MS/MA programs. Specifically, alumni were asked, On a scale of 1-10, how much has your Masters in Business from Wisconsin helped you achieve your current career position? The average among survey respondents was relatively high at 8.7. This is slightly higher than the previous survey s average of 8.3. The most commonly selected score was 10 (chosen by 45% of respondents). Similar to the previous surveys, those that ranked the program lower have lower current base salaries, indicating salary is an important component of alumni satisfaction. Overall, 69% of respondents gave a score of 9 or 10, and 91% gave a score of 7 or higher. A breakdown of responses for all survey respondents is provided in the chart below. Overall, for this metric, the results are slightly better than previous years. Ranking by Years of Experience The evaluations were close across different graduating classes. Ranking by Specialization Among individual specializations, satisfaction was the highest among Marketing Research and ASAP. Satisfaction for Brand/Marketing, OTM, Risk and Supply Chain all are above average. The lowest score was a 6.6 from Strategic Human Resources, however, this might be affected by the limited sample size (only 5 samples from Strategic Human Resources). Average overall ranking: 8.7 Spring 2011 Alumni Survey Results page 3 Overall Report

4 Bonuses and Stock Options Survey participants were asked if they had received bonuses during the past 12 months, and if so, in what amount. Overall, 76% of respondents indicated they had received bonuses, equivalent with the previous survey. The most common bonus was less than $50,000 (74%, nearly evenly split among less than 10,000, 10,000-24,999, 25,000-49,999). The median of the bonus received in past 12 months was $20,000, higher than the median of $17,500 in Similar to the previous survey, 15% of respondents claimed that they had received a bonus of $100,000 or greater. The following chart breaks down bonuses by size. Survey participants were also asked if they had received stock options from their current job. Overall, 24% of them claimed that they received stock options. Alumni of Entrepreneurship, OTM, Supply Chain, and CFIB/Finance seemed more likely to received stock options, about 30-40% alumni from these specializations received stock options. Generally, alumni with more years of post-mba/ MA/MS experience have higher likelihood to receive stock options than alumni with less experience. The median of rough values of the stock options was $15,000. Median of Rough Value of Stock Options: $15,000 Average: 24% Bonuses by Specialization Among individual specializations, Risk alumni were most likely to have received a bonus in the past 12 months, with all respondents indicating they received one. Over 90% alumni of Supply Chain and OTM/IS received bonus. Comparison of specializations is provided in the chart below. Arts Admin had the lowest number of respondents receiving bonuses at 39%. Years Out Percent of Alumni Receiving Stock Options 3&4 22% 5&6&7 24% 8&9 30% Average: 76% Spring 2011 Alumni Survey Results page 4 Overall Report

5 Additional Certification/Degree/Region Additional Education Survey respondents were asked if they had obtained any additional degrees or certifications since completing their masters degree at the Wisconsin School of Business. Among surveyed alumni of all 11 specializations, around 23% received additional certifications or degrees. The majority (62%) of alumni who received additional certifications/degrees graduated from ASAP, Real Estate and CFIB/Finance (see below pie chart). Main additional certifications are CFA (27%) and JD/PhD/other masters (12%). Certification % among all participants CFA 27% JD/PhD/Other masters 12% Series 7 & 63 &69 6% Certified Management Accountant 6% Others 49% Alumni who listed additional degrees or certifications reported higher salaries and bonuses than those who did not. Comparisons of the groups on several key statistics are presented in the table below. Item With Additional Degree/Cert. No Additional Degree/Cert. Sample size Years post graduation Average base salary $124,943 $108,547 Median base salary $110,000 $105,000 Base salary >$150,000 22% 12% Received bonus 76% 75% Average of bonus $156,989 $47,819 Median of bonus $30,000 $20,000 Bonus >$30,000 35% 25% Since alumni from ASAP, Corporate Finance and Real Estate were the majority in reporting additional certifications/degrees, the comparison analysis between those who have additional certifications and those who haven t can also be done among alumni of these three specializations Among the 62% of alumni, who received additional certifications and were in ASAP/CF/RE, 43% achieved the CFA certifications, 14% achieved additional degrees, and the remaining 43% achieved other certifications. Certification % among ASAP/CF/RE Alumni CFA 43% JD/PhD/Other masters 14% Others 43% Additional certification/degree appears helpful on gaining a higher base salary and bonus. Item Alumni of ASAP/CF/RE and With Additional Degree/Cert. Alumni of ASAP/CF/RE and No Additional Degree/Cert. Sample size Years post graduation Average base salary $128,313 $114,380 Median base salary $117,000 $103,000 Base salary >$150,000 21% 16% Received bonus 62% 74% Average of bonus $284,553 $88,629 Median of bonus $50,000 $40,000 Bonus >$30,000 31% 41% Geographic Region Midwest and Northeast are the main regions these alumni currently work. 9% of alumni work on the West Coast. Spring 2011 Alumni Survey Results page 5 Overall Report

6 Alumni Comments / Advice Comments Survey participants were given the opportunity to provide comments about their experiences with the Wisconsin School of Business masters degree program. Sixty-three respondents (27%) left comments related to the program, with the vast majority positive in nature, though some alumni offered suggestions for improvement. It is impractical to list all of the comments provided in this report, however some are listed here. Positive Experience It was a great experience, it opened up a lot of doors for me. I feel very proud as I watch UW continue to rise in the MBA rankings-this rise started when I was in the program. (Supply Chain) Excellent education and excellent value. The service and dedication of the school and centers was incredible and I highly recommend the MBA at UW- Madison to anyone who is interested in pursuing a MBA because of the access to professors and immediate hands-on nature of the program. (Brand and Product Management) I really enjoyed my time in Madison and in the MBA program. I think I received a great education and would recommend it. (Strategic Human Resources) The UW MBA is highly valued among employers I have spoken with, and has definitely helped open doors for me. I do wish there were better alumni relations, but that's probably as much due to what I do (or don't do) than anything. Getting an MBA from UW was a fantastic career decision. (Entrepreneurship) The program is well established and I was surrounded by plenty of resources. It has changed my life and helped me achieved my current career goal/target. (Real Estate) I'm grateful and honored to receive so much support to shape myself as a leader in this business world. (Marketing Research) Great mix of specializations, faculty and access to Advisory Board. (OTM) Well worth the time and money. (Risk) I benefitted immensely from a great summer internship and alumni connections, they helped me get into the music industry and the degree has helped me advance from there. (Arts) Earned entire investment back in than 3.5 years, including lost income as a result of leaving job in (ASAP) Opportunities for Improvement Advice for improvement primarily focus on More presence and More connection with alumni. More visibility/ presence UW needs a larger presence in the northeast, particularly in New York. We are underrepresented out here, particularly in Real Estate. More visibility and competition would have been helpful. (OTM) Alumni Relation Wish Alumni were more connected (OTM). I do wish there were better alumni relations, but that's probably as much due to what I do (or don't do) than anything. (Entrepreneurship) Advice for Students in Job Market 58% of the surveyed alumni shared their advice for students in job market. Among these suggestions, Network, Find what you want to do and Be open to opportunities were mentioned most. Network (33%) Network as best as you can. It may not see the results immediately, but you will see the results eventually. Network as much as possible. Don t be shy. Opportunities can come from anywhere and everywhere. Use the time at UW to form relationships. Network, network, network. Networking is your best friend. Explore opportunities to increase your network and always keep yourself current on business trends. Find what you want to do (11%) Stop chasing the money, chase what you love. Then the money chases you. Figure out exactly what you want to do and go for it. Be specific: job function, industry, company size, culture, etc. Take your time and really research where you want to go. Be open to opportunities (5%) Seek work that you enjoy and take opportunities that may not pay as much initially. The work you do will prove your abilities and establish your worth in time. Don't be overly concerned with your starting title or salary, the most important factor is getting your foot in the door and then proving your value to the organization. Spring 2011 Alumni Survey Results page 6 Overall Report

7 Job Titles Current Titles Survey participants were asked to identify their current employers and titles of current positions. 65% of alumni have managerial positions. 38% of participants are positioned as managers (assistant manager, manager or senior manager). 14% are titled as director (associate director or director). 13% and 2% are vice president and president respectively. Employer Credit Suisse Citigroup Victory Capital Employers and Job Titles The employers and titles can not be exhaustively listed here. A few of them are shown below for reference. Financial Industry Title Vice President Vice President Equity Research Analyst GE Capital US Bank Bank of America JP Morgan Chase Vice President Assistant Relationship Manager Assistant Vice President Marketing Director Consumer Packaged Goods Title trends to get higher as alumni gain more and more experience. Johnson & Johnson P&G Kraft Foods Kimberly -Clark General Mills SC Johnson Clorox Assistant franchise manager Brand Manager Marketing Research Manager Customer Service Operations Leader Sr. Market Research Manager National Account & Planning Manager Manufacturing Industry Technology Industry Boston Scientific Abbott Newell Rubbermaid Harley-Davidson Motor Company Manager Consulting Industry Associate Brand Manager Senior Brand Manager Special Event Coordinator IBM Senior HR Professional Cisco Manager Thermo Fisher Scientific Strategic Sourcing Manager Google Senior Software Engineer Intel Corporation Senior Utilities Manager Non-Profit Companies Deloitte McKinsey & Company Boston Consulting Group Senior Consultant Customer Insights Specialist Principal The John F. Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts Wisconsin Union Senior Budget Analyst Assistant Theater Director Spring 2011 Alumni Survey Results page 7 Overall Report

8 Free Job Board Use Free Job Board to Recruit Survey participants were asked whether they would like to use the free job board sponsored by Wisconsin MBA Career Management Center to post opportunities for Wisconsin Master/MBA candidates. The majority (75%) of alumni said they would like to post job opportunities. Alumni of Risk, Marketing Research, Real Estate and OTM/IS are more willing to use Free Job Board to post job opportunities. 100% 80% 40% 20% 0% Likehood of Using Free Job Board to Recruit (Very likely + Likely) 100% 84% 80% 83% 68% 69% 69% 71% 61% 75% Use Free Job Board to Seek Job Opportunities Survey participants were asked whether they would like to use the free job board sponsored by Wisconsin MBA Career Management Center to seek new career opportunities. 72% of surveyed alumni said they would like to use it. Alumni of Risk, Brand/Marketing and Real Estate are especially interested. 100% 80% 40% 20% 0% Likelihood of Using Free Job Board to Seek Job (Very likely+likely) 100% 88% 84% 72% 64% 65% 56% 53% 75% Spring 2011 Alumni Survey Results page 8 Overall Report

9 Methodology Survey Background The primary objective for the Alumni Survey is to gather salary data on recent masters degree alumni from the Wisconsin School of Business. MBA Career Management intends to conduct this survey every two years. This year was the third survey. The first survey was conducted in January 2007 and the second time was in January The way salary information was collected in 2007 was different than in 2009 and In 2007 survey participants were asked to select from ranges provided for questions related to salaries and bonuses, e.g. less than $50,000, $50,000-59,999. From these ranges a midpoint was calculated and that was the figure used to calculate the median salaries for data analysis purposes. Since ranges were used and not exact figures interpreting the data with a high level of accuracy was difficult especially for extremely high values (above $200,000) and low values (below $50,000). Due to this, respondents in 2009 and 2011, were asked to provide the exact figure of their salary and any bonuses. Due to the change in collecting data it is hard to make direct comparisons between the salary data collected in 2007 and that of 2009 and That s why when comparing salaries with data from previous surveys, we highlighted 2011 vs Instead of using mean averages, which can get easily skewed by extremely high or low values, a median figure was used. This is common practice when the data being studied is related to income. Survey Scope: This survey included 7 classes (Class of 2002 class of 2008). This first survey (2007) included 5 classes (Class of Class of 2004) and the second survey (2009) comprised data of 7 classes (Class of 2000 Class of 2006). Sampling Methodology Wisconsin MBA Career Management acquired names and contact information for alumni who graduated with MS, MA, and MBA degrees from the Wisconsin School of Business from 2000 through The information was provided by the Wisconsin School of Business Alumni Relations Office. While the Wisconsin MBA currently has 10 specializations it used to have more than 12 majors areas. Due to this, majors that are now part of centers were analyzed together for the overall report, and analyzed separately in the specialization-specific reports. For example, while a Marketing major existed in the past, it is now considered part of the Brand specialization. In total, 1,166 names were acquired, including 991 with addresses. The survey was administered via only. An containing a link to the survey was sent to 991 alumni initially on February 23, A follow-up with a link to the same survey was sent on March 7, The survey was closed on March 29, Of the 991 alumni included in the initial survey request: 232 (23%) completed the survey; 53 (5%) started but did not complete the survey The completed rate (23%) in 2011 is lower compared to the first and second surveys, which respectively generated a 45% and a 26% complete response rates. *Note: complete response rate denotes the proportion of alumni who completed the survey among those who received invitation letters. The survey was 26 questions long. Due to the sensitive nature of questions regarding salary, responses were not required for any of the questions. A full text of the questions is available to Wisconsin School of Business faculty, staff, and students upon request. Anonymity of Respondents Survey participants were not asked for their names and were told their specific responses would not be provided on an individual basis. To honor this pledge, detailed information on individual respondents cannot be provided. Grouped data has been provided in this and other similar reports. Extra measures were taken for this survey to make sure anonymity was protected. For example, instead of listing both the title and employer for certain respondents, representative titles and employers from different respondents are provided. Spring 2011 Alumni Survey Results page 9 Overall Report

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