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The Highest Paid Salaries for Business School Graduates of 2013

For most of the people MBA degree may not be quite familiar  but completing MBA degree from top Schools have completed the degree with hefty salaries during campus placements.

The highest salary is paid to the special fileds like Finance and Management consulting.

The John Byrne of Poets & Quants, a website focused in the top business schools proved over the salary data that is released by b-schools to find the top offers from the best schools in the country.

These numbers are actually conservative, since they are the base salaries and doesn't include the signing the bonuses, the yearly bonuses or the equity awards

Below mentioned are the names of top 10 B-schools who paid the highest salary

Northwestern (Kellogg):$375,000

Pennsylvania(Wharton):$350,000

Columbia Business School:$310,000

Duke(Fuqua):$260,000

Chicaga (Booth):$250,000

INSEAD:$247,000

NYU(Stern):$237,600

Stanford Graduate School of Business:$225,000

Harvard Business School;$222,000

UCLA (Anderson):$200,000.

The INSEAD offers one year MBA program which people complete the graduation in December.

Not each and Every year graduate will get a high paid salary. The lowest  salary as per Byrne was $10,000 for the UCLA Anderson graduate .But still one can find job in private equity and venture capital so there is probable more money coming.

One graduate of Duke's Fuqua School going to the social enterprise will get $24,000 a year. And one Stanford graduate is taking $40,000 a year job in consumer products and services through Byrne points out this is likely a start up job with good equity attached.  In the End the salary depends upon what you do with the degree.

The Graduates earning the highest average base pay ventured into the private equity ($157,696), Hedge Funds ($151,111), Venture Capital ($147,500) and Management consulting ($132,855). Predictably the lowest average base pay went to MBA's who took the non profit jobs ($85,050), real estate positions ($108,750) and retail roles ($110,294).

Not everyone was lucky there were some low base salaries that were taken by the members of Stanford’s class of 2013. One MBA reported taking a $40,000 a year job in consumer products and services the lowest base of any graduate this year.

Another accepted the starting salary offer of just $54,000 for a media or Entertainment  Company in technical department. The 32% of the entire class went into the technology where the average base pay was $117,408.

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