2022 Undergraduate Employment Report

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2022 Undergraduate Employment Report

McDonough Undergraduate Career Development Center

Employment $96,916 Average Full-Time Salary 14% Increase from 2021 $9,652 Average Signing Bonus Full-Time Offers, Class of 2022 Georgetown has not only shaped me with its rigorous and respected academic opportunities and staff, but it also has strengthened the value system and set of principles I’ve been brought up with, guiding me in becoming a holistic, inclusive, and successful business leader working for the advancement of society. One of the things I most admire is how Georgetown creates a community with people of different cultures and faiths, giving them a common goal of being in service to others. Mikaela Maria Rank Mathies (B’22) Investment Banking Analyst, Goldman Sachs “ ” Accounting 4% $ 67,500 Advertising, PR & Marketing 2% $ 74,241 Consulting 18% $ 91,157 Consumer Packaged Goods 2% $ 58,000 Entertainment & Media 2% ** Fashion & Retail 3% $ 65,800 Financial Services 57% $105,995 Government/Politics/Law 1% ** Healthcare 1% ** Nonprofit 1% ** Real Estate 4% $ 88,429 Technology 4% $131,946 *Due to rounding percentages do not add up to 100%. *To protect student privacy, salary information is only reported for industries with three or more data points. Average Base Salary by Industry 98% Of students seeking employment received an offer within three months of graduation Career data was self-reported by a supermajority of graduating seniors between April and August of 2022. The statistics presented do not account for any changes that may have occurred after the data was reported.

Benjamin Meunier (B’22)

Hometown: Cranston, Rhode Island

Major: Operations and Information Management; Marketing

McDonough Involvement: MSB Technology Center, Senior Honors Thesis, HoyAlytics, McDonough Peer Tutoring

Summer Internship: Field Marketing Intern, Tableau; Sourcing Intern, Citizens Bank

Associate, Management Consulting, Boston Consulting Group “ ”

Georgetown contributes to the career search in innumerable ways, but one of its greatest strengths is that you begin preparing for your career on day one. As soon as I arrived on the Hilltop I was exposed to all of the resources I could need and more. I was guided by both peers and mentors throughout the entirety of my Georgetown experience to get to where I am now—and the Georgetown network means I am only experiencing the beginning.

Location of Employment Top Employers Amazon Bain & Company Bank of America Blackstone Bloomingdales Citigroup Credit Suisse JPMorgan Chase KPMG McKinsey Morgan Stanley PwC Northeast 64% Mid-Atlantic 11% South 4% Southwest 2% Midwest 3% West 8% International 6% Post-Graduation Activity Employed Full Time 88% Continuing Education 9% Seeking Employment 2% Due to rounding percentages do not add up to 100% Due to rounding percentages do not add up to 100%.

I chose the McDonough School of Business to pursue my undergraduate degree because I knew the time and money that my family and I invested in it would pay off. Honestly, there is a high return on investment. I was surprised at how quickly I was immersed into the business culture at Georgetown, and I have felt exponentially prepared for the work I currently do.

The most influential aspect of the Undergraduate Program is its emphasis on cultivating a global mindset, which is important to living and working in an interconnected world. The school’s student body is exceptionally diverse with students from all across the world and different backgrounds, which brings necessary diversity of thought into the classroom. McDonough also partners with global brands like The Estée Lauder Companies and Cartier, and my participation in such programs made for huge stepping stones in my career.

Hometown: Jacksonville, Florida Major: Marketing, Management Minor: Art McDonough Involvement: The Estée Lauder Companies’ Gen Z Network, The Cartier Challenge, The Corp, The Georgetown Retail & Luxury Association, Georgetown Ventures, Bossier Magazine Summer
Digital Activation Intern, Omnicom Media Group Mercedes-Benz Account; Communications Intern, Revolution Ventures
Ashley Chen (B’22) Marketing Presidential Associate, The Estée Lauder Companies Aaryn Taft (B’22) Leadership Development Program Analyst, JPMorgan Chase
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“ Coming into Georgetown, my career goal was, and still is, to be in the global development of human resources. I want to find solutions to solve critical global healthcare policies and problems through a clear understanding of a wide variety of people, global policy makers, care providers, and innovators with the goal of gaining their trust to create a positive impact on public health in a fun-filled and productive work environment for all stakeholders. I knew Georgetown would allow me to gain the tools I needed to excel not only within the HR field but also holistically as a contributing member of society.

I believe my experiences at Georgetown helped to shape who I am and allowed me to explore my interests before looking into internships to further that exploration. While taking a business and global affairs class I learned a lot about government, business, and technology, which is what sparked my interest and led me to apply for an internship at the Department of the Treasury. The McDonough program is unique in its way of fostering a culture of collaboration in the classrooms, a global outlook in business, and a do-good attitude in the world.

Enterprise Applications Intern, U.S. Department of the Treasury ”

Of students had an internship by the time they graduated Top Internship Employers Bank of America Barclays Citigroup Credit Suisse Evercore Google JPMorgan Chase McKinsey Morgan Stanley PayPal PwC The Wall Street Journal
Anjali Bobba Strategic Enablement Intern, Johnson & Johnson Anna Cheng

McDonough Undergraduate Career Development Center

We support business students in the process of self-discovery, career strategy, leadership development, and network-building to empower them to become principled, global leaders.

Career Exploration

Career Coaching: One-on-one career coaching to discuss career strategy, values assessments, mock interviews, negotiation, and everything in between.

McDonough Peer Career Advisors: Experienced upperclass students available to provide resume critiques and job search coaching.

I was a first-generation, low-income student, which came with a lot of challenges for career success. However, Georgetown’s community and the Georgetown Scholars Program helped me overcome the barriers to success and leveled the playing field. While looking for internships and jobs, my classes, professors, peers, and the career center thoroughly prepared me for successful job applications and interviews.

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Alumni Access

Hoya Gateway

Digital platform to connect students with the global, university-wide alumni network for career advice, industry insights, and mock interviews.

Host a Hoya

A one-day job shadow opportunity over winter break in students’ home cities with an alumni host to get a “day-in-the-life” experience in a particular industry or company. Recent companies have included YouTube, Uber Eats, Instagram, IBM, Citigroup, Deloitte, and more.

Signature Programs

Career Treks

Travel domestically and internationally to network with alumni and learn about specific industries. Recent treks have included visits to Google, HubSpot, and TripAdvisor.

Fridays in the Field

Site visits to companies throughout the Washington, D.C., area to gain exposure and make connections.

Sophomore Summit

In-depth career exploration seminar to define goals and craft individual timelines as students think critically about their academics, careers, and lives.

Etiquette Dinner

Professional dinner to learn about business etiquette.


Corporate Partnerships

Apply to corporate programs to consult on projects and present to key leaders. Students visit corporate offices and interface directly with business executives to learn, gain exposure to the industry, and build connections. Recent partnerships include Deloitte, Volkswagen Group, and the Estée Lauder Gen Z Network Initiative.

• Training the Street: Finance Immersion
• Management Consulted: Consulting Case Training
McDonough Undergraduate Career Development Center Georgetown University McDonough School of Business Rafik B. Hariri Building, Suite 198 37th and O Streets, NW Washington, DC 20057 Talia Schatz, Assistant Dean msbucareers@georgetown.edu (202) 687-3753 msb.georgetown.edu/undergraduate/career Undergraduate Program ranked #2 by Poets&Quants #1 for Alumni Experience #2 for Career Outcomes
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