Full-time MBA Employment Report (Class of 2022)

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Full-time MBA Employment Report

Class of 2022

It is with great pride that we present the Georgia Tech Scheller MBA Class of 2022 Employment Report.

We are thrilled that by September 2022, all of our MBA Class of 2022 graduates were employed. We know they have become leaders who are ready to solve the toughest business problems and challenges of our time.

In the Jones MBA Career Center, our focus has always been on each student’s unique journey. There is no one job, no one path that fits all. We seek to deeply understand the stories and motivations of each student, as we work with them to help turn their dreams into reality. Furthermore, Our College’s commitment to fostering strong recruiting relationships with the world’s most innovative employers also sets our students up for success.

While we cheer our graduates on, our work continues. We proudly look forward to a future of even greater breadth and depth of career opportunities for the next generation of Scheller MBA graduates.

Executive Director, Jones MBA Career Center

Georgia Tech Scheller College of Business

Record-Breaking Career Outcomes

The consistently high employment levels achieved by Scheller MBAs at top companies continue to impress. Class of 2022 graduates have had the strongest success yet, with 100% employment within three months of graduation and an average starting salary of $136,819.


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An Experience that Builds Leaders

Unparalleled Career Services

As the business world entered a new economic cycle, the Class of 2022 achieved their goals with the guidance and dedication of our top-ranked Jones MBA Career Center team. Our advisors work with the MBA students to set them up for success year after year. With a small ratio of students to career advisors, the Center is mindful of the changing interests of MBA candidates seeking jobs and the evolving needs of MBA employers.

The agility of our career services plays an integral role in helping our students navigate the changing business environment. As the world slowly returned to normal, the Jones MBA Career Center brought back in-person events and recruiting sessions, while still offering virtual resources to assist students and employers.

Curriculum for a Tech-Driven World

In addition to a 21-credit core curriculum that builds a foundation in business fundamentals, the Scheller MBA program offers 13 specialized, STEM-designated concentrations. Specializations serve as helpful guides to navigating elective coursework and signify areas of specialty to future employers.

Scheller MBAs develop deep expertise in emerging business areas through hands-on projects with Fortune 500 companies, non-profits, incubators, and startups. Guest speakers, networking events, and industry panels help round out the experiential learning experience.


• Accounting

• Business Analytics

• Entrepreneurship

• Finance

• International Business

• Leadership

• Management

• Management of Information Resources

• Marketing

Global Alumni Network

• Supply Chain and Operations Management

• Product and Service Innovation

• Strategy and Innovation

• Sustainability

In addition to the Jones MBA Career Center, MBA students also have access to Georgia Tech’s global alumni network. The Georgia Tech brand is recognized worldwide, with powerhouse alumni leading some of the most innovative companies in business today.

Alumni States Countries C-Level Alumni 165,000 + 50 4,000+ 132

practicum course options give students the opportunity to put classroom knowledge to the test against real-world problems at real companies. Scheller’s location in the heart of Atlanta and Tech Square plays an integral role in developing mutually beneficial relationships with companies, startups, and innovation centers. Partnering organizations assist with practicums, capstone projects, and international trips, allowing students to leverage classroom learning to help solve business problems.

• Business Analytics • CDL-Atlanta/TI:GER • Information Technology • International • Lean Six Sigma • Marketing • Pro Bono Consulting • Quantitative and Computational Finance • Real Estate • Supply Chain Innovation • Sustainable Business Consulting
Experiential Learning Opportunities

Full-time MBA Class of 2022 Employment Statistics It’s All About Career Impact

In today’s world, MBA programs must harness both technology and business to remain relevant. The Scheller MBA program prepares students to tackle demanding business challenges in a techdriven world. Students learn how to frame and solve complex problems, use analytical skills to assess opportunities, and lead with impact. In recent years, Scheller MBA graduates have grown in both academic caliber and diversity — aligning with needs for top-tier talent at some of the world’s most innovative companies.

Full-time Roles Employment at 3 Months Post-Graduation 100% Average Base Salary $136,819 Received Signing Bonus 92% Average Signing Bonus $26,749 Grads Entering Tech or Consulting Since 2015 50%+ Employment by Industry Employment by Function 36% Consulting Services 20% Technology 16% Financial Services 6% Manufacturing 6% Transportation / Logistics 5% Consumer Products 44% Consulting 22% Marketing / Sales 11% General Management 7% Operations / Logistics 6% Finance / Accounting 6% Information Technology *Data conforms to MBACSEA reporting standards Seeking Internship Employed 100% Average Internship Monthly Salary $10,693 Internship Roles Internships by Industry Internships by Function 41% Consulting Services 20% Technology 15% Financial Services 11% Manufacturing 5% Consumer Products 3% Healthcare 5% Other 49% Consulting 13% Marketing / Sales 12% General Management 10% Finance / Accounting 6% Information Technology 6% Operations / Logistics 4% Other

My favorite thing about working with the Jones MBA Career Center staff is that they are great sounding boards. Whether you need to hash something out with them, get feedback on your application, need help with an interview, or want to talk to someone as you start to make decisions about what offer would be the best for you to accept. They are great at what they do, and it made me feel supported and confident in my decisions.”

Nammu Kumar, MBA ‘22

Pre-MBA Career: General Manager, Atlantic Region Food Corporation

Post-MBA Career: Assistant Vice President - Strategy & Business Ventures, Bank of America

The Jones MBA Career Center was definitely a major factor for me. As someone making a big career pivot with my MBA, I knew I wanted to be at a school where I could have a close relationship with career advisors and ask them any question that was on my mind. I found a staff extremely willing to help me put my best foot forward in interviews.”

Katherine Crosby, MBA ‘22

Pre-MBA Career: Community Programming Manager, Atlanta Jewish Film Festival

Post-MBA Career: Associate Brand Manager, KCPNA Skin Care, Kimberly-Clark Professional

My Jones MBA Career Center coach listened to me and helped me find my dream job. She knew what I valued in life – work/life balance, fulfilling work, and upward mobility – and pointed me in the right direction. She never forced me to look into consulting, finance, etc. like you see at a lot of other programs. When I received my internship offer, she was the second-most excited person (behind me)!”

Ford Lindsay, MBA ‘22

Pre-MBA Career: Flight Attendant, Delta Air Lines Post-MBA Career: Senior Performance and Technology Analyst, Marketing, Honeywell

After my summer internship, I made the decision to change my target industry. I received a ton of support from all of the advisors in the Jones MBA Career Center despite having lofty goals. My advisor helped me create an action plan to set myself up for success in this switch. The other advisors also always made time to answer any questions I had about their companies or areas of expertise. With the help and guidance of all of the advisors in the office, I received a number of full-time offers and signed with a company that was the perfect fit for me.”

Maria Harper, MBA ‘22

Pre-MBA Career: Manager, Demand Generation Operations, Planview, Inc. Post-MBA Career: Senior Associate, PwC

32 Unique Class of 2022 Employers Our Partnerships, Your Future 10 Different Industries Accenture Strategy Alexander Group AlixPartners Amazon Anthem Apple Bain & Company Bank of America Boston Consulting Group Capgemini Invent CBRE Chick-fil-A Deloitte Delta Air Lines E&J Gallo Emerson EY Parthenon Fiserv Ford Motor Company Gartner Honeywell The Home Depot IBM Enterprise Strategy Jabian Kearney Kimberly-Clark LexisNexis MailChimp McKinsey & Company Microsoft MorganFranklin Navy Federal Credit Union Nike OneTrust PwC Raytheon ScottMadden ServiceNow Simon-Kucher & Partners Slalom STORD TK Elevator T-Mobile UPS Verizon Visa VMware Walmart / eCommerce Western Digital ZS Associates Here are some of the companies that recruit Georgia Tech Scheller MBA graduates:
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