Case Western Reserve University’s Weatherhead School of Management has a strong record of placing full-time MBA students in jobs before or shortly after graduation. For the class of 2013, 64 percent of students had already accepted full-time job offers by the time they graduated, and 81 percent were employed within three months of completing the program.
In terms of compensation, Case Western graduates earned a mean salary of over $77,000, plus a mean signing bonus of nearly $8,000. In addition, they averaged over $31,000 in other compensation, bringing the mean total compensation into the six-figure range.
A plurality of Case Western graduates went into consulting roles, with marketing and sales being the next most common field. Financial services and management were common roles as well. The most common industry for 2013 graduates was manufacturing, but students also explored opportunities in technology, consulting, financial services and more.
While the majority of Case Western graduates pursue opportunities in the Midwest, alumni have branched out to cover the entire United States and beyond.