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EMORY UNIVERSITY | GOIZUETA BUSINESS SCHOOL MBA CAREER MANAGEMENT CENTER 2010 FULL-TIME AND INTERNSHIP EMPLOYMENT REPORT

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PRINCIPLED LEADERS FOR GLOBAL ENTERPRISE

Our mission in the MBA Career Management Center is to establish and foster a professional environment for students. At Goizueta.Personalized student and recruiter interactions This publication provides you with an employment overview of our most recent classes for both full-time and internship opportunities. and companies to develop and realize their career objectives and recruitment potential.3 28 5 25% 29% 12% Two-Year 158 610 . alumni. Goizueta Distinction Community .710 3. Our students continue to be in demand across a wide range of industries and professional functions. Below are representative statistics that profile the Class of 2010 from admission to graduation.4 28 5 42% 39% 15% One-Year 47 560 . staff and recruiters are partners in students’ education Personalization. and deliver results even in the midst of the most challenging business and economic situations.Foundation of student experience Integration .3 29 5 13% 19% 9% -2- .Faculty.750 3.750 3. Also below are the admission and internship statistics for the Two Year Class of 2011. lead teams.GOIZUETA DISTINCTION Recent years have seen many challenges for companies. we pride ourselves in our ability to foster a holistic learning environment that produces principled leaders for global enterprise. Class of 2010 Profile Class Size Middle 80% GMAT Range Average Undergraduate GPA Average Age Average Years of Work Experience International Women Minority Class of 2011 Profile Class Size Middle 80% GMAT Range Average Undergraduate GPA Average Age Average Years of Work Experience International Women Minority Two-Year 170 610 . We are pleased at the number of companies that continue to come to Goizueta to recruit the best and the brightest the MBA community has to offer. Our approach to developing MBA talent results in graduates who are prepared to think critically. not the least of which has been hiring and keeping talented human capital.

newspaper. family and friends. employer information meetings/dinners. 112 54 166 Percent Receiving First Offer By Graduation 67% 72% 69% Percent Receiving First Offer By 3 Months After Graduation 92% 94% 93% Total Graduates Seeking Employment U. Citizens. thirdparty sources such as executive recruiters. Useable offer source data was reported for 91% of job-accepting graduates. direct mail campaigns. Not seeking for other reasons includes graduates who were not seeking MBA-level employment. consortia events. magazine and other advertisements. Other category includes students in joint-degree programs. Percent Accepting Employment From Internship By Primary Source School-Facilitated Internships 15% Student-Facilitated Internships 2% Total from All Activities 17% -3- . third-party sources such as executive recruiters. resume referrals. video and telephone interviews. faculty referrals. web resumes. Permanent Residents Foreign Nationals Total 2010 Graduates 112 54 166 Percent Accepting Employment By Graduation 56% 59% 57% Percent Accepting Employment By 3 Months After Graduation 87% 89% 87% Percent Accepting Employment By Primary Source School-Facilitated Activities (including internships) 74% Student-Facilitated Activities (including internships) 26% Total from All Activities 100% Note: School-facilitated includes: scheduled interviews on and off campus. job postings. resume books. off-campus activities supported by the career center. internet. job fairs. alumni referrals.S. Student-facilitated includes: previous employer. Total Graduates Seeking Employment U. Citizens. Permanent Residents Foreign Nationals Total 2010 Graduates Note: There were 2 withdrawn and 2 reneged offers.CLASS OF 2010 EMPLOYMENT SUMMARY Categories Seeking Employment Not Seeking Employment Company Sponsored or Already Employed Continuing Education Postponing Job Search Starting a New Business Not Seeking for Other Reasons Total Not Seeking Employment No Information Available Total 2010 Graduates Full-Time Students 166 18 1 1 6 3 29 1 196 Other 4 0 0 0 1 5 6 0 10 Total 170 18 1 1 7 8 35 1 206 Note: Employment information was available for 99% of graduates.S.

500 Maximum $100.000 $100.S.000 $20.000 Maximum $40.S. Permanent Residents $17.S.858 Median $90.371 Signing Bonus Mean $15. Permanent Residents Foreign Nationals Total 2010 Graduates U.000 Foreign Nationals $24.000 $90.570 $10. Citizens.032 $90.998 $10.000 $150.766 $92. Citizens.000 $50.600 $20. Permanent Residents Foreign Nationals Total 2010 Graduates Median $15.000 $40. Salary data is only reported for those students accepting jobs on or before 3 months after graduation.CLASS OF 2010 SALARY SUMMARY Base Salary Mean $93.554 $16.000 $90. Citizens.857 $15.000 Note: Useable base salary data was reported for 83% of job-accepting graduates. -4- .000 $150.000 $15.000 Maximum $130.000 Total 2010 Graduates $19.000 $30. 50% of job-accepting graduates reported receiving a signing bonus and 18% reported receiving other guaranteed compensation. Other Guaranteed Compensation includes other taxable payroll compensation such as a guaranteed annual bonus.000 U.000 Other Guaranteed Compensation Mean Median U.

292 $92.000 $87.000 Maximum $130. Salary data is not shown for functions with less than three points of data. but is not limited to Real Estate.000 $116.000 $90.000 $85.015 $89. Percentage of 2010 Graduates Entering Each Function Operations / Logistics 5% Information Technology 2% Other 5% Consulting 25% Marketing / Sales 25% Finance / Accounting 29% Human Resources 3% General Management 6% -5- .050 $92.000 $110.CLASS OF 2010 SALARY BY FUNCTION Base Salary By Professional Function Consulting Finance/Accounting General Management Information Technology Marketing/Sales Operations/Logistics Other Mean $99.223 $82.000 $90.000 $120.667 $90.000 Note: Other includes.000 $101.000 $100.000 $95.333 Median $100.000 $150.000 $90.000 $100.

000 $95.000 $98.600 $90.CLASS OF 2010 SALARY BY INDUSTRY Base Salary By Industry Mean $100. but is not limited to Government.000 Maximum $130.500 $90.000 $125.224 $82.000 $116.000 Consulting Consumer Products Financial Services Manufacturing Petroleum/Energy Pharma/Biotech/Healthcare Real Estate Technology Transportation Other Note: Other includes.288 $90.000 $90.5% Media/ Entertainment 0. Salary data is not shown for industries with less than 3 points of data.000 $82.8% Pharma/ Biotech/ Healthcare 7. Express Delivery Services.000 $150.000 $90. Percentage of 2010 Graduates Entering Each Industry Transportation 2.8% Other 6.000 $95.6% -6- .000 $110. Media/Entertainment and Retail.6% Petroleum/ Energy 5.8% Real Estate 2.550 $100.375 $90.333 $92.480 $77.000 $90.3% Manufacturing 4.000 $88.000 $85.000 $100.500 $80.000 Median $100.8% Government 0.000 $90.2% Financial Services 19.500 $100.000 $87.000 $100.7% Technology 15.9% Consulting 20% Consumer Products 13.

000 $93.000 $125.000 Note: Salary data is not shown for regions with less than 3 points of data.000 $93.353 $95.000 $100.425 $98.000 $110.000 $92.CLASS OF 2010 SALARY BY GEOGRAPHY Region Northeast Mid-Atlantic Midwest South Southwest West International Base Salary By Geography Mean Median $95. Percentage of 2010 Graduates Entering Each Geographic Region -7- .000 Maximum $107.000 $98.475 $96.333 $100.371 $90.000 $92.214 $95.500 $86.714 $90.000 $150.152 $90.000 $130.

Deloitte Consulting Delta Air Lines ECG Management Consultants Federal Reserve Bank Frito-Lay Gallup Consulting General Electric General Mills Graphic Packaging International Harrah's Entertainment. -8- .CLASS OF 2010 SELECT FULL-TIME HIRING COMPANIES Accenture Accredo Health Group Alvarez & Marsal American Express AT Kearney AT&T Bank of America BlackRock Financial Management Booz Allen Hamilton Brambles Campbell Alliance Campbell Soup Company Capco Chick-fil-A CIBA Vision Citigroup The Clorox Company The Coca-Cola Company Colgate Palmolive Dell Inc. Inc The Home Depot HSBC Iberia Capital Partners IBM ICG Commerce inCode Telecom Infor Global Solutions ING Investment Management Johnson & Johnson Jones Lang LaSalle Kimberly-Clark Professional KPMG Lowe's Companies McKesson Morgan Keegan Newell Rubbermaid PepsiCo PricewaterhouseCoopers Procter & Gamble Royal Bank of Canada Samsung SC Johnson SunTrust Bank Unilever UPS Vanguard Wipro Consulting Wrigley Co.

Permanent Residents Foreign Nationals Total 2011 Students Total Students Seeking Internship 115 30 145 Percent Accepting Internship Offer 100% 100% 100% -9- .S. U. Citizens. Permanent Residents Foreign Nationals Total 2011 Students Note: There were 2 withdrawn offers. Total Students Seeking Internship 115 30 145 Percent Receiving Internship Offer 100% 100% 100% U.S. Not seeking for other reasons includes students who were not seeking MBA-level internships. Citizens.CLASS OF 2011 INTERNSHIP SUMMARY Categories Seeking Internship Not Seeking Internship Company Sponsored or Already Employed Continuing Education Starting a New Business Not Seeking for Other Reasons Total Not Seeking Employment Total 2011 Students Full-Time Students 145 11 0 1 0 12 157 Other 4 0 0 0 9 9 13 Total 149 11 0 1 7 21 170 Note: Other category includes students in joint-degree programs.

662 $6.400 $4. but is not limited to Real Estate.200 Maximum $10.000 $5.481 $4.833 U.000 $10.500 $6.600 $7.12 weeks.491 $6.335 $5.400 $5.833 $8. CLASS OF 2011 INTERNSHIP SALARY BY FUNCTION Monthly Base Salary By Professional Function Mean Median $6. Percentage of 2011 Students Interning in Each Professional Function Operations/ Logistics 2% Other 7% Consulting 16% Information Technology 2% Human Resources 4% Marketing/ Sales 33% Finance/ Accounting 28% General Management 8% .000 $9.700 $6.S. Salary data is not shown for functions with less than 3 points of data.10 - .320 $4.833 $10.600 $4.128 Median $6. Citizens.200 Consulting Finance/Accounting General Management Marketing/Sales Other Note: Other includes.548 $5.CLASS OF 2011 INTERNSHIP SALARY SUMMARY Monthly Base Salary Mean $6.000 Maximum $10.000 $7. The average length of an internship is typically 10 .807 $6. Permanent Residents Foreign Nationals Total 2011 Students Note: Useable base salary data was reported for 58% of internship-accepting students.

666 $7.000 $9.200 $7.289 $4.CLASS OF 2011 INTERNSHIP SALARY BY INDUSTRY Monthly Base Salary By Industry Mean Median Consulting $7.500 Financial Services $5.800 $5.400 $10.000 Pharmaceutical/Biotech/Healthcare $6.200 Maximum $10.467 $8. but is not limited to Government.500 Technology $5.796 $6. Percentage of 2011 Students Interning in Each Industry Media/ Petroleum/ Entertainment Energy Government 1% 2% 2% Telecom 4% Non-Profit 3% Manufacturing 3% Technology 3% Transportation 4% Consulting 14% Other 6% Consumer Products 16% Real Estate 7% Pharma/ Biotech/ Healthcare 9% Financial Services 26% . Media/Entertainment.920 $4.880 $5.800 Transportation $7.555 $5.833 $6.343 $6.11 - .000 Note: Other includes.388 $5.200 $6. Non-Profit and Retail.000 Consumer Products $5.460 Telecommunications $4.000 Petroleum/Energy $3.400 Real Estate $4.500 $5. Salary data is not shown for industries with less than 3 points of data.083 Other $4.000 $5.112 $7.600 $7.

Percentage of 2011 Students Interning in Each Geographic Region .037 $8.635 $5.600 $10.200 $8.000 Note: Salary data is not shown for regions with less than 3 points of data.555 $6.CLASS OF 2011 INTERNSHIP SALARY BY GEOGRAPHY Region Northeast Midwest South West International Monthly Base Salary By Geographic Region Mean Median $7.400 $5.500 $6.000 $6.000 $3.833 $7.800 $7.304 $6.500 $4.000 Maximum $10.12 - .

Johnson & Johnson JP Morgan Investment Banking Kimberly-Clark KPMG Consulting Kraft Foods Manheim . Financial Services Invesco Jackson Healthcare Jefferies & Co.CLASS OF 2011 SELECT INTERNSHIP HIRING COMPANIES Accenture AFLAC American Airlines American Cancer Society AT&T Bain & Co Bank of America Barclays Capital The Blackstone Group Booz & Co Booz Allen Hamilton Chick-fil-A Ciba Vision Citigroup The Coca-Cola Company Colgate Palmolive Cox Communications Credit Suisse Darden Restaurants Deloitte & Touche Deloitte Consulting Delta Air Lines eBay Education Pioneers Emory Healthcare Emory Investment Management Executive Office of the President of the United States Federal Home Loan Bank-Atlanta General Electric General Mills Goldman Sachs & Company The Home Depot HSBC Humana Infor Global Solutions ING U. Madden & Associates Siemens Top Right Marketing UBS Unilever WellPoint Health Networks Wells Fargo .S.Cox Enterprises McKesson McMaster-Carr Morgan Keegan Nestle USA PepsiCo PricewaterhouseCoopers Prium RJ Reynolds SAP SC Johnson Scott.13 - .