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You may notice the undergraduate student outcomes data differ slightly between IConnect and our Outcomes by Major information sheets. Here’s why. Our outcomes tool on IConnect presents combined outcomes, e.g., employment and continuing education, whereas the employment data in our Outcomes by Major are based solely on graduates seeking full-time employment. The methods we use for collecting outcomes data from our grads are in strict accordance with the National Association of Colleges and Employers (NACE) and Association to Advance Collegiate Schools of Business (AACSB). Feel free to direct any questions you may have to firstname.lastname@example.org
Isenberg School of Management First Destinations
See below for detailed data on school-wide undergraduate outcomes
First Destination refers to the postgraduate plans of Isenberg School of Management graduates six months after graduation.
The list of employers below indicates organizations that hired the most graduates in the selected year. This list changes every year, and the Office of Career Success works closely with employers across industries and functional areas.
The salary information below is self-reported by graduates employed full-time in the U.S. and does not include bonuses or other forms of compensation.
The majority of Isenberg graduates remain in Massachusetts, with New York being the second most popular placement destination.
NOTE: Hover over each state to see the percentage of graduates in that state. Grey indicates no graduates from this class year.
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