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Full-Time MBAs - Kelley School of Business - Indiana University

G r a d u a t e c a r e e r s e r v i c e s

e m p l o y m e n t r e p o r t

Class of 2010: Full-Time

Class of 2011: Internships

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On behalf of the Kelley School of Business students, faculty, and

career services staff at Indiana University, I am pleased to

share our 2010 Employment Report. We continue to benefit from

long-standing relationships with companies and welcome our newlyformed

relationships both domestic and abroad. These relationships,

and those with our dedicated alumni, have helped us respond to

marketplace changes and made the corporate recruiting process

more efficient and effective to provide endless opportunities for our

students and for that we are deeply appreciative.

The 2009/2010 recruiting season was an ever-evolving one with

more just-in-time hiring, and Kelley students continued to be in high

demand on both the full-time and internship employment front.

With a combination of students’ incoming skills, top flight academic

curriculum, and proper “business” grooming, companies are assured

their future employees will have the ability to handle workplace

ambiguities and to effectively work in and lead teams. Kelley

students excel in micro social skill areas; interpersonal and group

communication skills; and the ability to understand a company’s

organization and dynamics. Of course, our long-standing equity

in providing superior academic curriculum, including specialized

programs and experiences, insures that every Kelley student will

be technically proficient in their chosen field of study. This alloy

of academic and practical application developed through outside

partnerships and projects allows our students to be ready to deliver

from their first day on the job. Overall, the Kelley environment

has developed a product, our students, who are highly sought by

corporations and the result is our strong overall employment and

salary numbers outlined in this brochure.

Corporate recruiters ranked the Kelley School an “A” in terms of the

quality of facilities and the responsiveness of our career services

office. However, we refuse to rest on those laurels. In 2009/2010

we purposefully sought to understand from our corporate partners

d i r e c t o r ’ s m e s s a G e

what their needs are and how we can further facilitate efficiency and

effectiveness in achieving recruiting goals given the new realities of

the global hiring economy. For, after all, their success is our success.

Our facilities continue to remain best-in-class and we’ve made

further enhancements in the form of physical space changes. We have

upgraded our online recruiting system to MBAFocus Global Talent

System which is being used by many of the top 20 MBA Programs and

we are excited by the capabilities this tool will provide both recruiters

and students. Further, in the last year, we have had the fortune to hire

new staff within career services, such that the MBA career services

staff combines 100+ years of corporate experience in Consumer

Goods, Manufacturing, Banking, Investments, Consulting and Health

Care and Technology. Having recruited and managed hundreds of

MBAs means the career services staff can advise on the best ways in

which to identify, source and secure talent, making your job easier

and more cost effective. So, it’s a double value to you - experience and

the resources to find the talent your organization seeks whether via

JIT or on-campus initiatives.

We are always prepared and happy to provide supplemental

information to facilitate the recruitment of Kelley students. For

additional recruiting and program information at Kelley, please go to

our website at www.kelley.iu.edu/gcs. I look forward to welcoming you

to Kelley during the 2010/2011 season. Best of luck!

Sincerely,

Erik Medina

Director, Graduate Career Services


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MBA Class of 2010 Student Profile 1

Class Size 227

Women 26%

Minorities 17%

International 37%

Average Age 28

Average years of full-time work experience 5

Average GMAT 663

Undergraduate Major

Business Administration 37%

Social Sciences and Humanities 26%

Science and Engineering 35%

Other 2%

1 Class profile is provided as of matriculation.

Compensation Summary: Full-Time MBAs 2

f u l l- t i m e m b a

Median ($) 2010 2009 2008 2007

Base Salary 89,000 92,000 92,000 90,000

Signing Bonus 16,000 16,000 18,000 15,000

Other Guaranteed Compensation 3

16,000 13,000 10,000 10,000

2 All data is preliminary as of 8/6/2010.

3 Other Guaranteed Compensation may include other taxable payroll compensation such as a guaranteed annual bonus

and guaranteed "overtime" compensation.


Compensation by Function: Full-Time MBAs

f u l l- t i m e m b a

Base Salary ($)

Signing Bonus ($)

Other Guaranteed

Compensation ($)

Function

% Accepting

New Jobs Median Range Median Range Median Range

Consulting 14.7% 102,400 65,000 - 125,000 17,000 5,000 - 40,000 17,000 10,000 - 28,000

Finance/Accounting 31.3% 83,100 35,000 - 120,000 14,200 3,000 - 40,000 20,500 6,300 - 112,500

General Management 7.3% 92,100 67,500 - 115,000 14,700 5,000 - 25,000 15,700 4,500 - 50,000

Marketing/Sales 38.7% 87,500 35,000 - 110,000 17,200 4,000 - 40,000 12,700 2,900 - 32,000

Operations/Production 4.7% 84,700 60,000 - 95,000 11,500 3,000 - 16,000 N/A N/A

Other 3.3% 103,200 55,000 - 160,000 N/A N/A N/A N/A

NA indicates insufficient data.

Class of 2010

Class of 2010

% Accepting % Accepting

Jobs by Jobs Function by Function

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a t r a d i t i o n

o f e x c e l l e n c e

students come to the

Kelley school from all over

the world to learn the skills

and gain the experiences

necessary to jumpstart their

careers and achieve their

goals.

a Kelley degree guarantees

a strong work ethic, high

ethical standards, and

a command of business

knowledge taught by a world

class faculty.


Compensation by Industry: FullTime MBAs

f u l l- t i m e m b a

Base Salary ($) Signing Bonus ($) Other Guaranteed Compensation ($)

Industry

% Accepting

New Jobs Median Range Median Range Median Range

Consulting Services 15.3% 100,900 65,000 ‐ 125,000 16,200 4,000 ‐ 40,000 19,500 10,000 ‐ 32,000

Consumer Products 20.7% 93,300 80,000 ‐ 110,000 17,900 5,000 ‐ 40,000 9,800 4,000 ‐ 25,000

Financial Services 16.7% 83,400 35,000 ‐ 160,000 16,600 3,000 ‐ 40,000 50,600 10,000 ‐ 112,500

Manufacturing 18.7% 87,700 50,000 ‐ 105,000 13,800 3,000 ‐ 25,000 11,400 2,900 ‐ 50,000

Other Services* 7.3% 87,500 55,000 ‐ 101,000 8,300 5,000 ‐ 10,000 9,500 8,800 ‐ 10,600

Pharma / Biotech / Healthcare 12.7% 85,300 40,000 ‐ 115,000 16,900 10,000 ‐ 25,000 12,800 7,200 ‐ 18,000

Technology 8.7% 82,900 62,400 ‐ 110,000 13,500 7,500 ‐ 25,000 N/A N/A

*Includes those industries with 2% of students reporting acceptances.

Class of 2010

% Accepting

Jobs by Industry

Technology

Pharma / Biotech / Healthcare

Other Services*

Manufacturing

Financial Services

Consumer Products

Consulting Services

7.30%

8.70%

12.70%

16.70%

15.30%

18.70%

20.70%

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a r o u n d t h e W o r l d

Kelley students and alumni

have accepted jobs and

are employed “around the

world”!

105 countries

5 continents

north america

south america

asia

europe

africa


f u l l- t i m e m b a

Compensation by Geographic Region: Full-Time MBAs

Base Salary ($) Signing Bonus ($) Other Guaranteed Compensation ($)

Geographic Region

% Accepting

New Jobs Median Range Median Range Median Range

International 10.0% 74,600 40,000 - 120,000 18,300 10,000 - 30,000 N/A N/A

Mid-Atlantic 4.7% 90,800 80,000 - 100,000 13,700 5,000 - 21,000 N/A N/A

Midwest 53.3% 92,400 50,000 - 125,000 15,700 5,000 - 40,000 15,000 4,500 - 112,500

Northeast 14.0% 83,200 35,000 - 115,000 10,800 3,000 - 25,000 9,700 4,000 - 14,000

South 6.7% 84,800 70,000 - 100,000 9,500 5,000 - 15,000 16,900 5,000 - 40,000

Southwest 4.0% 91,000 80,000 - 110,000 9,100 4,000 - 15,000 22,100 10,000 - 32,000

West 7.3% 94,100 62,400 - 110,000 17,900 5,000 - 40,000 N/A N/A

NA indicates insufficient data.

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i n t e r n s h i p s f o r c l a s s o f 2 0 1 1

MBA Class of 2011 Student Profile 1

Class Size 227

Women 34%

Minorities 26%

International 26%

Average Age 28

Average years of full-time work experience 5

Average GMAT 664

Undergraduate Major

Business Administration 37%

Social Sciences and Humanities 30%

Science and Engineering 31%

Other 2%

1 Class profile is provided as of matriculation.

Compensation: Summer Internships 2

Three-Year Median Comparisons ($) 2010 2009 2008 2007

Monthly Base ($) 5,600 6,500 6,200 6,000

Range ($) 1,500 - 13,000 2,500 - 20,500 1,000-12,990 2,160-10,000

2 Data is preliminary as of 8/30/2010.


1 0 0 %

every student in the class

of 2011 received and

accepted an internship!

full-time employment offers

for the mbas, the Graduate

accounting program

students, and the msis

students in the class of

2010 also increased over

the previous year.

the Kelley school greatly

appreciates the continued

involvement and loyal

support of the recruiters

and the hiring companies.


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G r a d u a t e a c c o u n t i n G p r o G r a m

f u l l- t i m e e m p l o y m e n t

3/2 MBA in Accounting

Class of 2010 Student Profile 1

Class size 47

Women 28%

International 2%

Average Incoming GPA 3.66

1 Class profile is provided as of matriculation.

Master of Science in Accounting

Class of 2010 Student Profile

Class size 37

Women 24%

International 35%

Average Incoming GPA 3.43

Compensation Summary: Full-Time 2

Mean Base Base Salary Mean Signing Signing Bonus

Salary ($) Range ($) Bonus ($) Range ($)

3/2 MBA in Accounting 54,000 36,500 - 105,000 2,300 1,000 - 4,000

Master of Science in Accounting 52,900 40,000 - 64,000 3,700 1,500 - 7,500

2 Preliminary data as of 8/30/2010.


i n f o r m a t i o n s y s t e m s G r a d u a t e p r o G r a m

f u l l- t i m e e m p l o y m e n t

Master of Science in Information Systems

Class of 2010 Student Profile 1

Class size 85

Women 35%

International 39%

Average Incoming GPA 3.34

1 Class profile is provided as of matriculation.

Compensation Summary: FullTime MSIS 2

Mean Base Base Salary Mean Signing Signing Bonus

Salary ($) Range ($) Bonus ($) Range ($)

MSIS 60,900 46,000 ‐ 85,000 5,600 2,000 ‐ 10,000

2 Preliminary data as of 8/30/2010.

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e c r u i t i n G a t K e l l e y

With the continuing uncertainties in the current market, the need for talent

continues to generate a competitive recruiting environment. The Graduate

Career Services staff wants all recruiting efforts at the Kelley School to yield

great results. Listed below are suggestions to help increase your company’s

brand awareness with Kelley students.

Graduate Career Services (GCS) Recruiting Events

GCS recruiting events are effective avenues to achieve recruiting objectives.

They include: MBA Round Tables (a two-day event in September), Career

Nights and Networking Nights (evening events in September, October,

and December), Office Hours (scheduled in the fall during the school day),

Night Before Event (activity scheduled before your on-campus interviewing

schedule). For additional information or scheduling, please contact a GCS

Corporate Relations team member (see bottom right column) or online at

www.kelley.iu.edu/gcs.

Kelley School of Business Academies

MBA Academies connect companies with students who have expressed

interest in a particular industry or functional area. Faculty directors welcome

engagement from recruiters. Your participation creates a win-win situation for

everyone involved by allowing recruiters to interact with students interested

in your company’s specific function or industry. The Academies provide the

opportunity for a more in-depth exposure for you and your firm as well as

enhancing the students’ Academy experiences.

The Kelley School of Business Graduate Programs

In addition to the full-time MBA Program in Bloomington, the Evening

MBA Program in Indianapolis and Kelley Direct Online Program, the Kelley

School offers top notch masters degrees in both information systems (MSIS)

and accounting (3/2 MBA; MS in Accounting). These unique degree choices

provide additional options for your recruiting needs. Combine these with

Kelley’s top-ranked undergraduate program and Kelley becomes the best

resource for all your business talent needs!

Additional Corporate and Recruiting Opportunities

• The MBA Association (MBAA) and Student Clubs: Student

organizations often seek participation from corporate representatives

for their events and programming. A list of student organizations can

12 be found at http://kelley.iu.edu/mba/kelleylife/mbaa.cfm.

• GCS Professional Development Programming: During the mandatory

Professional & Career Development (PCD) class for first-year students,

GCS offers numerous sessions on topics such as networking and

interviewing preparation. The GCS staff greatly appreciates any

corporate/recruiter guest speakers available to offer insight on these

subjects. Please contact a GCS Corporate Relations team member for

additional information.

Over the past several years, the GCS team has observed effective corporate

recruiting strategies which encompass many of the following activities:

• Focusing on varied and quality interaction opportunities with

students.

• Offering personalized attention and prompt follow-up.

• Providing students with an “experience/a-day-in-the-life-of” your

firm. Engaging with students to provide a flavor of your organization’s

culture and work environment.

• Identifying unique ways to connect with students beyond the

traditional recruiting models.

• Utilizing technology to interact with these tech-savvy students.

• Developing a Kelley company alumni photo book for the GCS recruiting

team to share with students. A photo book provides students with

networking resources and demonstrates the presence of Kelley alumni

in your firm.

• Sending a “Welcome” email or letter to the incoming class. This would

be an immediate introduction of you and your firm. Continuing contact

with students throughout the semester would reassure students of your

interest in their candidacy; personalized attention resonates well with

students.

Please contact a GCS Corporate Relations team member with any questions or

for further discussion of your company’s recruiting strategies:

Corporate Relations Team Members:

Nina Camfield ecamfiel@indiana.edu 812-855-9423

Allyn Curry curryao@indiana.edu 812-855-9048

Ronda Kissling rkisslin@indiana.edu 812-856-4704


MBA Hiring

Companies

3M

4i Consulting

Aardvark Trading

Abbott Laboratories

Archer Daniels Midland

AEGON

Air Products

Alcon

Allstate Insurance

American Marketing

Association

Amazon

AMB Property Corp.

American Express

Amgen

ARM Inc.

Ashland Inc

AT&T

Author Solutions

Babcock Scott & Babcock

Bank of America -

Merrill Lynch

Barclays

Barrett & McNagny LLC

Best Buy

Bigpoint Games

Bingham McHale

Bosch

Brittlebank Marketing

BTS Consulting

businesschamber.com

Career Education Corp

Carlisle Industrial Brake

& Friction

CenterPoint Energy

Citigroup

Colgate Palmolive

Comcast

ConAgra Foods

Cook Medical

Crane Naval Surface

Warfare Center

Credit Suisse

Cummins

Cummins Bridgeway

CW Henderson & Assoc

Daewoo Securities

Danaher

Del Monte Foods

Dell

Deloitte

Delta Air Lines

Depository Trust &

Clearing Corporation

Dicks Sporting Goods

Direct Supply

Doosan Heavy Industries

& Construction

Dow Chemical

DRI Energy

Driehaus Capital

Management

Duchossois

DuPont

Ernst & Young

Ecolab

Education Pioneers

Eli Lilly

Emerging Technology

Center

Emerson

Entrepreneurs

Foundation

EuroRSCG

Exxon Mobile

Fast Diagnostics

FedEx

Fifth Third Bank

Ford Motor Company

Friendship Public

Charter School

Gambs Mucker &

Bauman

Game’s Ogre

General Electric

General Mills

GlobalVantage Design

Source

Gofen & Glossberg

Goldman Sachs

Government of India

Grant Thorton

Hanesbrands

Heinz

Hewlett Packard

hi5 Networks

HSBC

Humana

IBM Consulting

Income Research &

Management

Indiana University

Infosys

Intel

InView Investment

Management

ISTS Worldwide

Johnson & Johnson

h i r i n G c o m p a n i e s 2 0 0 9 / 2 0 1 0

Jewel Osco

Jobscience

John Deere

JP Morgan

Kaplan Inc

Kimball International

Kimberly Clark

Knobbe Martens Olsen

Kraft Foods

Land O’Lakes

Landmark Media

Enterprises

Lee Munder

Lenovo

Lucent Technologies

McAfee

McDermott Will & Emery

McMaster-Carr Supply

Company

Mead Johnson

Midwest ISO

Milliman, Inc.

Moody’s Analytics

Moodys Investor Services

Motorola

Nalco

National Public Radio

Nationwide

NBC.com

Nestle USA

Nokia

NOR1

Ogilvy One

Organic Power Solutions

Pfizer

Philip Morris

Phycotransgenics

Piper Jaffray

Plug N Play

PPG Industries

Praxis Management

Premier Inc

Procter & Gamble

ProViz Inc.

PWC

Raytheon

Reproact

Resmed

RJR Tobacco

Roche Diagnostics Corp.

Royal Caribbean

Safenet Consulting

Samsung Electronics

Samsung Engineering

Scholars Inn Bakehouse

Scotts

Sears

Seed Strategy

ServiceMaster

Silverwood Partners

Sproutbox

SPX

Steelcase

Sterne Agee

Sugico Energy

Syngenta

Taiwan Cooperative Bank

Target

Temple Steel

Terracycle

Texas Instruments

The Schwan Food

Company

TogetherVille.com

Toyota

Toys R Us

Transcend

UBS

Under Armour

United Airlines

UnitedHealth Group

US Aid

Vanguard Group

VTI WEB

Wal-Mart

Walt Disney

Western Reserve

Partners

Whirlpool

WIPRO Consulting

Woori Bank

WW Grainger

Xilinx

YUM! Brands

Graduate

Accounting

Programs Hiring

Companies

Abbott Laboratories

BKD, LLP

Bloomberg L. P.

Blue & Company

Boston Scientific

Bradley & Associates

Real Estate

Cardinal Health

Crowe Horwath

Cummins

Dauby O’Connor &

Zaleski

Defense Finance &

Accounting

Deloitte

Ernst & Young

FTI Consulting

General Electric

Grant Thorton

Greenwalt Sponsel & Co.

Hitachi Consulting

Honda Manufacturing of

Indiana

Indiana University

Key Bank

KPMG

Legacy Professionals LLC

LoCascio Hadden &

Dennis

Marathon Oil

MasterBrand Cabinets

Onmium

Ostrow, Reisin, Berk &

Abrams, Ltd.

Pohang Iron & Steel

Company

PricewaterhouseCoopers

Samsung Insurance

The Paragon Financial

Co.

Umbaugh

William Blair & Company

Zimmer Holdings, Inc

Information

Systems

Graduate

Programs

Hiring Companies

Accenture

Archer Daniels Midland

Arcelor Mittal USA

Cerner

CIGNA

Cincinnati Bell

Cook Medical

Crowe Horwath

Cummins

Deloitte

Ernst & Young

Hitachi Consulting

IBM Consulting

Infosys

John Deere

JP Morgan

KPMG

Lakeland Regional

Medical Center

Mead Johnson

Medtronic

O-I

PointBridge

Protiviti

PWC

State Farm

U. S. Government

Whirlpool

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1275 east tenth street, suite 2100

bloomington, in 47405

telephone: 812.856.5052

fax: 812.856.5387

gcs@indiana.edu

www.kelley.iu.edu/gcs

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