Full-time MBA Employment Statistics
The full-time MBA cultivates leaders who are uniquely qualified to translate data insights into innovative solutions.
Carey built upon our already strong global and local employer partnerships and forged new relationships with employers. And our graduates truly showed the value of their degrees. Despite the pandemic, we saw an increase in average salaries and bonuses and an almost 10 percent increase in the number of students who accepted job offers by graduation— with over half of our students reporting that the primary sources of their job offers were facilitated by the Johns Hopkins Carey Business School network. Not only did our graduates secure jobs, they found jobs at top employers including Amazon, Cigna, Deloitte, EY, and Siemens. These top-tier companies continue to hire Carey talent year after year. In the face of uncertainty, our graduates used the analytic and leadership skills learned in their MBA to find their niche and excel. Explore our 2020 full-time MBA employment data to see the Johns Hopkins difference.
Full-Time MBA graduate class profile
Our graduates reflect a diverse group of talented and intellectually curious students.
- 670 average GMAT score
- 51 percent male / 49 percent female
- 3.51 average undergraduate GPA
- 4.7 average years of full-time work experience
- 68 percent of students from the U.S.
Accepted Offers by Industry
(including products and services)
|Transportation and Logistics||3%|
Accepted Offers by Function
Our students are building for what's next in their career.
Average Base Salary Plus Signing Bonus*
Accepted new employment in North America
*Within 120 days after graduation.
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Sample of employers
- Baltimore Corps
- Ernst & Young
- Exelon Corporation
- ExxonMobile Corporation
- Highmark Health
- Kaiser Permanente
- Lifebridge Health
- Siemens Healthineers
- U.S. Agency for International Development (USAID)