Nov 17, 2011

Early glimpse - Technology'11: Where are top firms recruiting?

Most B-schools do not yet have their 2011 employment reports on their websites so this is an early glimpse of the most important employers of the top MBAs. This data was recently reported by the schools to Bloomberg BusinessWeek which asked schools to list their top hirers for the Class of 2011 (see tables below for the results).

Among the big tech firms, Amazon continued its MBA hiring binge. The e-commerce giant hired 17 MBAs from the Univeristy of Michigan’s Ross School of Business and 15 from Wharton. Google employed 11 MBAs from Wharton, 10 from MIT Sloan, eight from Berkeley’s Haas School, and five from Kellogg. Apple hired seven from Duke’s Fuqua School and six from Kellogg. Microsoft employed 16 Wharton MBAs this year, 10 Darden MBAs, seven Sloan grads, and five from the Haas School.

*BizSchoolPrep's Comment: Do consider the class size of the schools while looking at these numbers*
Technology Firm Hires Of 2011 MBAS From Top B-Schools

CompanyWharton   MIT   Columbia   Kellogg   Tuck   Duke   Michigan   Haas   Darden
Applied Materials3

A blank space in the table means that data is not currently available on their hires from the school because they fall below the top ten hirers on that campus.

Source: Poets and Quants.

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