1 F u l l - T i m e H i r e s Class of 2007: Full-Time Hires Class of 2008: Summer Hires C o m p e n s a t i o n b y L o c a t i o n F U L L - T I M E H I R E S Stanford Graduate School of Business Other Guaranteed base Salary ($) signing Bonus ($) Compensation ($) Location % of Graduates Median Range Median Range Median Range United States 87 0,000 70,000-20,000 20,000 5,000-20,000 30,000 5, ,000 Mid Atlantic 2 5,000 05,000-20,000 5,000 0,000-40,000 24,000 24,000-30,000 Midwest 4 0,000 92,500-60,000 20,000 3,500-20,000 7,500 5,000-25,000 Northeast 22 0,000 76,000-90,000 25,000 8,000-20,000 00,000 6, ,000 South 3 05,000 85,000-5,000,750 7,000-20,000 30,000 0,000-50,000 Southwest 5 00,000 84,000-25,000 7,500 0,000-25,000 62,500 25,000-07,000 West 5 0,000 70,000-20,000 20,000 5,000-45,000 25,000 5,000-75,000 International 3 00,000 6,275-60,000 5,000 6,000-90,000 20,000 6,000-00,000 Biotechnology Asia Consulting 4 92,500 Consumer 6,275-50,000 Products 2,500 8,600-33,000 E-Commerce 20,000 7,659-5,000 Europe 7 08,000 85,000-60,000 20,000 6,000-50,000 20,000 6,000-00,000 Latin America 2 82,500 70,000-00,000 5,000 7,500-90,000 20,000 2,500-70,000 TOTAL 00 0,000 6,275-20,000 E M P L O Y M E N 20,000 T R E P 5,000-20,000 O R T 30,000 5, ,000 Energy Entertainment Government Health Care Hedge Funds Data does not include entrepreneurs (0%) and sponsored students (6%), per CSC Standards. 2 NA indicates less than % of full-time graduates reporting. 3 Total does not equal 00% due to rounding. Internet Investment Banking Investment Management Manufacturing Media Nonprofit Pharmaceutical Private Equity Real Estate Technology Venture Capital
2 MBA Career Management Center 57% Many of Stanford graduating Business students School accepted students a job outside seek to Northern change their California. career This path, percentage and they is are similar successful. to the location choices made by graduates of other leading business schools, relative to their individual locations.
3 D i r e c t o r s M e s s a g e We are pleased to present the MBA Employment Report for the Stanford Graduate School of Business. The current MBA job market is very healthy. 97% of the Class of 2007 had a job offer by September 7, three months after graduation. Compensation was at an all-time high: $5,500 median base salary, $20,000 signing bonus, and $40,000 other guaranteed compensation (annual bonus). The median monthly salary for summer internships was $7,500. In September 2007, we rolled out a new, innovative MBA education model that leverages the School s strategically small size less than half of most of our peer schools and prepares our students for managing and leading in the 2st century. Four key innovations are: ) a comprehensive new introduction to general management, 2) greater personalization and intellectual challenge, 3) increased leadership development, and 4) increased global content. Employers will greatly benefit from this new model as they recruit and hire talented, capable, and well-prepared students for summer or full-time work. The Career Management Center staff, as well as the School s staff and faculty, provide significant individualized support to help each student meet his or her career goals. For employers, the Recruiting Services team consults with each employer to develop a customized plan that matches the employer s resources and goals with Stanford s unique recruiting environment. For additional employment data, go to our website at:. You can learn more about the various methods to efficiently recruit Stanford MBA students and alumni, our special internship programs for startups, nonprofits and global organizations, and our revolutionary vision for management education. Warm regards, Andy Chan Assistant Dean and Director MBA Career Management Center
4 F u l l - T i m e H i r e s S T U D E N T P R O F I L E F U L L- T I M E H I R E S C O M P E N S A T I O N S U M M A R Y F U L L - T I M E H I R E S Applications Received 4,582 Class Enrollment 378 Women 32% International 39% U.S. Minorities 25% Median Years of Work Experience 4.0 Range of Years of Work Experience 0 4 Undergraduate Major Humanities/Social Sciences 47% Engineering/Math/Natural Sciences 35% Business 8% Advanced Degree 0% Class profile is provided as of matriculation. Employment statistics include information for students in JD/MBA and other dual-degree programs. Class of 2007 Employment by Industry Median ($) Consulting 29% Hedge Funds/Investment Management 7% Private Equity/LBO/VC 5% Technology 2% Consumer Products & Services 6% Investment Banking/Brokerage 5% Pharmaceutical/Biotechnology/Health Care 4% Real Estate 4% Financial Services-Diversified % Other 7% Base Salary 5,500 0,000 00,000 Signing Bonus 20,000 20,000 5,000 Other Guaranteed Compensation 2 40,000 30,000 25,000 Offers by 3 Months Post-Graduation: 97% 3 Accepts by 3 Months Post-Graduation: 94% 3 2 Other Guaranteed Compensation may include a guaranteed annual bonus, a guaranteed amount for overtime, and other taxable compensation not noted elsewhere. It excludes benefits and perquisites such as relocation expenses, tuition reimbursement, loan forgiveness, stock, stock options, car allowance, etc. 3 Percentage of total graduates seeking employment.
5 F u l l - T i m e H i r e s C o m p e n s a t i o n b y I N D U S T R Y F U L L - T I M E H I R E S Other Guaranteed base Salary ($) signing Bonus ($) Compensation ($) Industry % of Graduates 2 Median Range Median Range Median Range Consulting 29 20,000 55,000-40,000 20,000 0,000-40,000 22,000 5,000-50,000 Consumer Products & Services 6 92,500 54,000-70,000 5,000 5,000-35,000 3,050 8,00-60,000 Finance 38 25,000 75, ,000 27,500 4,000-80,000 87,500 5,000-40,000 Financial Services Diversified 95,000 90,000-95,000 35,000 30,000-40,000 NA NA Hedge Funds 7 25,000 80, ,000 25,000 0,000-80,000 50,000 50, ,000 Investment Banking/Brokerage 5 95,000 95,000-20,000 40,000 30,000-50,000 00,000 50, ,000 Investment Management 0 20,000 90, ,000 25,000 5,000-60,000 42,500 5, ,000 Private Equity/LBO 2 25,000 75, ,000 25,000 4,000-65,000 02,500 37,793-40,000 Venture Capital 3 50,000 35, ,000 25,000 0,000-40,000 50,000 30,000-50,000 Government NA NA NA NA NA NA NA Pharm/Biotech/Health Care 4 02,500 95,000-30,000 5,000 5,000-25,000 NA NA Manufacturing NA NA NA NA NA NA NA Media/Entertainment 2 5,000 65,000-60,000 20,000 5,000-30,000 5,000 5,000-35,000 Nonprofit 3 70,000 60,000-05,000 5,500 5,000-6,000 4,500 4,000-5,000 Petroleum/Energy NA NA NA NA NA NA NA Real Estate 4 0,000 95,000-50,000 30,500 2,500-50,000 62,500 22,000-20,000 Technology 2 0,000 80,000-40,000 20,000 5,000-3,000 5,000 8,625-28,000 E-Commerce/Internet Services 7 05,000 80,000-25,000 20,000 5,000-30,000 7,000 8,625-20,25 Hardware 3 0,000 92,000-40,000 5,000 5,000-5,000 NA NA Software 2 0,000 0,000-20,000 20,000 5,000-3,000 3,250,500-5,000 Other Services 0,000 00,000-50,000 NA NA NA NA TOTAL ,500 54, ,000 20,000 4,000-80,000 40,000 5,000-40,000 Data does not include entrepreneurs (3%) and sponsored students (3%). 2 NA indicates less than % of full-time graduates reporting. 3 Total does not equal 00% due to rounding.
6 Graduating students reported a change in industry (6%) or function (77%) from their pre-mba position. Summer internship students reported a change in industry (83%) or function (87%) from their pre-mba position.
7 F u l l - T i m e H i r e s 5 C o m p e n s a t i o n b y F u n c t i o n F U L L - T I M E H I R E S Other Guaranteed base Salary ($) signing Bonus ($) Compensation ($) 2 Function % of Graduates Median Range Median Range Median Range Consulting 35 20,000 55,000-50,000 20,000 5,000-40,000 22,250 5,000-00,000 Management Consulting 30 20,000 55,000-50,000 20,000 0,000-40,000 23,500 5,000-00,000 Strategic Planning 5 0,000 95,000-50,000 20,000 5,000-35,000 8,750 4,000-25,000 Finance 39 22,500 75, ,000 27,500 4,000-80,000 85,000 5,000-40,000 Analyst 7 00,000 80, ,000 40,000 5,000-80,000 25,000 5, ,000 Investment Banker 2 95,000 95,000-20,000 40,000 40,000-50,000 NA NA Investment/Portfolio Managment 2 25,000 90, ,000 25,000 5,000-60,000 50,000 20, ,000 Private Equity Analyst 4 30,000 75, ,000 25,000 4,000-65,000 02,500 37,793-40,000 Venture Capitalist 2 50,000 95,000-75,000 25,000 0,000-40,000 50,000 30,000-8,750 Other Finance 3 95,000 95,000-0,000 40,000 30,000-40,000 00,000 40, ,000 General Management 3 5,000 95, ,000 7,500 5,000-67,000 3,500 28,000-35,000 Marketing/Sales Total 4 00,000 54,000-70,000 20,000 5,000-36,000 4,025 5,000-60,000 Brand/Product/Marketing Mgr. 9 00,000 54,000-70,000 20,000 5,000-30,000 2,275 8,00-60,000 Business Development 4 0,000 80,000-60,000 20,000 5,000-36,000 20,000 5,000-20,000 Product Development Manager 90,000 65,000-5,000 2,500 5,000-20,000 NA NA Operations/Logistics 5 95,000 75,000-5,000 4,000 5,000-30,000,32 8,200-25,000 Other 5 97,500 60,000-5,000 0,000 6,000-5,000 20,259 8, ,000 TOTAL 0 3 5,500 54, ,000 20,000 4,000-80,000 40,000 5,000-40,000 Data does not include entrepreneurs (3%) and sponsored students (3%). 2 NA indicates less than % of full-time graduates reporting. 3 Total does not equal 00% due to rounding. Class of 2007 Employment Results by Function Finance 39% Consulting 35% Marketing/Sales 4% Operations 5% General Management 3% Other 5%
8 56% of graduating students accepted a job outside Northern California. 20% are in the Northeast United States, and 4% are in international locations.
9 F u l l - T i m e H i r e s C o m p e n s a t i o n b y L o c a t i o n F U L L - T I M E H I R E S Other Guaranteed base Salary ($) signing Bonus ($) Compensation ($) 2 7 Location % of Graduates 2 Median Range Median Range Median Range North America 88 6,000 55, ,000 20,000 5,000-65,000 40,000 5, ,000 Canada/Mexico 2 07,588 90,920-33,000 NA NA NA NA United States 86 6,000 55, ,000 20,000 5,000-65,000 40,000 5, ,000 Mid-Atlantic 2 02,500 80,000-50,000 5,000 6,000-25,000 20,000 4, ,000 Midwest 4 20,000 65, ,000 20,000 5,000-30,000 25,000 2,200-70,000 Northeast 20 20,000 70, ,000 25,000 5,000-65,000 60,000 8, ,000 South 3 0,000 92,000-25,000 20,000 5,000-40,000 50,000 25,000-55,000 Southwest 3 0,000 95,000-75,000 6,000 5,000-25,000 50,000 22,500-82,500 West 54 5,500 55, ,000 20,000 5,000-50,000 30,000 5, ,000 Outside North America 2,000 54, ,000 20,000 4,000-80,000 48,896 8,00-40,000 Asia 5 05,000 54, ,000 25,000 5,000-67,000 37,793 8,00-25,000 Europe 7 20,000 90, ,000 20,000 4,000-80,000 86,000 4,000-40,000 South America NA NA NA NA NA NA NA TOTAL 00 5,500 54, ,000 20,000 4,000-80,000 40,000 5,000-40,000 Data does not include entrepreneurs (3%) and sponsored students (3%). 2 NA indicates less than % of full-time graduates reporting. Most recruiters hired one or two students for summer and/or fulltime positions. Hire 77% 2 Hires 3% 3-5 Hires 6% 5+ Hires 4%
10 3 first-year students took Entrepreneurial Summer Program internships with early-stage companies.
11 S u m m e r H i r e s C o m p e n s a t i o n b y I N D U S T R Y 2 S U M M E R H I R E S S T U D E N T P R O F I L E S U M M E R H I R E S Applications Received 4,868 Class Enrollment 379 Women 32% International 37% U.S. Minorities 7% Median Years of Work Experience 4.0 Range of Years of Work Experience 0 4 Undergraduate Major Humanities/Social Sciences 43% Engineering/Math/Natural Sciences 36% Business 2% Advanced Degree 6% Class profile is provided as of matriculation. Employment statistics include information for students in JD/MBA and other dual-degree programs. Three-Year Median Comparisons ($) Monthly Base 7,500 7,000 6,700 Monthly Base Salary ($) Industry % of Students Median Range Consulting 8 0,000 2,000-2,000 Consumer Products 6 6, ,340 Finance 33 8,000,200-6,000 Hedge Funds 6 0,47 3,000-6,000 Investment Banking/Brokerage 6 7,98,950-9,500 Investment Management 3 8,96 2,000-2,000 Private Equity/LBO 8 8,000 2,000-4,000 Venture Capital 4 7,366 2,000-6,000 Other/Diversified 5 8,000,200-8,500 Pharmaceutical/Biotechnology/Health Care 3 6,000,400-7,500 Manufacturing 3 5,000,000-9,76 Media/Entertainment 2 5,500 2,500-9,500 Nonprofit 3 2,400,200-3,200 Petroleum/Energy 4 6,067 2,500-0,000 Real Estate 4 7,000,200-4,000 Technology 22 6,500,200-9,000 Hardware 6 6,500 4,000-8,000 Internet Services/E-Commerce 0 7,000,200-7,500 Software 6 6,000,400-9,000 Other Services 2 6,750,280-3,333 TOTAL 00 7, , % of job-seeking students in the Class of 2008 accepted internships. Figures do not include Global Management Immersion Experience (GMIX), a four-week international summer internship at the end of the summer.
12 2 first-year students took a Stanford Management Internship Fund (SMIF) internship working in nonprofit, public, and social purpose, for-profit organizations.
13 S u m m e r H i r e s C o m p e n s a t i o n b y F u n c t i o n S U M M E R H I R E S Monthly Base Salary ($) Function % of Students Median Range Consulting 26 8,500,400-2,000 Management Consulting 8 0,000,400-2,000 Strategy-Planning 8 6,50 2,300-8,462 Finance 36 8,000,200-6,000 Analyst 6 7,700,800-6,000 Investment Banker 5 7,920 3,000-9,500 Investment/Portfolio Management 8 8,56,200-4,500 Private Equity Analyst 0 8,000 2,000-4,000 Venture Capitalist 3 8,000 2,000-6,000 Other Finance 4 7,900 2,800-2,000 General Management 3 4,000 2,000-7,000 Human Resources 2 7,000 2,400-7,000 Marketing/Sales 24 6, ,000 Brand/Product/Marketing Manager 2 6,450,200-8,000 Business Development 0 5, ,000 Product Development Manager 2 6,950 5,400-8,500 Operations/Logistics 4 6,900,400-9,76 Other 6 4,500,200-3,333 TOTAL 0 2 7, ,000 Figures do not include Global Management Immersion Experience (GMIX), a four-week international summer internship at the end of the summer. 2 Total does not equal 00% due to rounding.
14 S u m m e r H i r e s C o m p e n s a t i o n b y L o c a t i o n S U M M E R H I R E S Monthly Base Salary ($) 2 Location % of Students Median Range North America 85 7,500,200-6,000 Canada/Mexico 3 8,00 4,000-9,825 United States 82 7,500,200-6,000 Mid-Atlantic 8,000 2,500-8,500 Midwest 5 7,000 2,800-0,000 South 2 5,600 4,500-8,500 Southwest 2 8,000 4,000-0,000 Northeast 9 8,000,280-4,500 West 54 7,000,200-6,000 Outside North America 5 5, ,000 Africa 2,200,400-3,600 Asia 7 5, ,000 Europe 4 9,000 2,500-4,000 Middle East NA 2 NA NA South America 2 5,500,400-0,000 TOTAL 00 7, ,000 Figures do not include Global Management Immersion Experience (GMIX), a four-week international summer internship at the end of the summer. 2 NA indicates less than 3 students reporting. Recruiter Excellence Award Winners Nominated and selected by our students, these organizations demonstrated outstanding professionalism, creativity, and responsiveness in recruiting students at the Stanford Graduate School of Business Cherokee Investment Partners LLC The Magellan Group Salesforce.com 2006 Amazon.com The Boston Consulting Group Credit Suisse 2005 The Clorox Company McKinsey & Co. Ventana Medical Systems
15 26% of first-year students took a Global Management Immersion Experience (GMIX), a four-week international internship towards the end of the summer. For more information, see career/gmix.html
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