employment report - Rady School of Management

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2 CLASS OF 2010 PROFILE EDUCATIONAL BACKGROUNDS GMAT average 683 25% hold advanced degrees, including: (waived for Ph.D.s and M.D.s) Masters 12 Prior work experience average 5 years Ph.D. 3 Women 30% M.D. 1 International 25% EMPLOYMENT FUNCTION Total MBA students 56 3% Started own business 11% 7% 10% Accepted career employment Consulting as of three months after graduation 76% 10% Finance/Accounting as of five months after graduation 86% General Management Marketing/Sales Management Information Primary source of the job offer accepted: 43% 27% Systems Other School facilitated 55% Student facilitated 45% SALARY Median $80,000 INDUSTRY LOCATIONS Consulting Services 7% 10% 3% United States 94% Consumer Products Financial Services Northeast 3% 10% Nonprofit/Government/ South 7% Education 30% 7% Energy/Petroleum Southwest 3% Health care/Biotech/Pharma Midwest 7% 3% Real Estate West 80% 27% Technology/High-Tech 3% (San Diego, Los Angeles and San Francisco) Other Asia 6% The Rady School of Management adheres to the MBA Career Services Council (MBA CSC) Standards for Reporting MBA Employment Statistics (mbacsc.org). Conformance to this business school industry standard ensures accurate and comparable employment data.

3 CLASS OF 2011 PROFILE EDUCATIONAL BACKGROUNDS GMAT average 683 32% hold advanced degrees, including: (waived for Ph.D.s and M.D.s) Masters 10 Prior work experience average 5 years Ph.D. 4 Women 26% M.D. 2 International 36% J.D. 1 INTERNSHIPS FUNCTION Total MBA students 57 Started own business 2% 7% 9% Accepted summer internship 90% Consulting 25% Finance/Accounting LOCATIONS General Management Marketing/Sales United States 93% 52% Operations/Logistics Midwest 2% 7% West 98% (San Diego and San Francisco) Asia 7% INDUSTRY Through an internship you see abilities 2% that you didnt have nine months ago. You 5% Consulting Services 9% are acting, thinking and producing in a Consumer Products whole different way. I was able to put 16% Financial Services new skills and talents to use right after I Nonprofit/Government/ learned them. 27% Education 9% Energy/Petroleum Anlin Sethi, Rady MBA 11 Health care/Biotech/Pharma Business Development, Illumina 9% Technology/High-Tech 23% Other The Rady School of Management adheres to the MBA Career Services Council (MBA CSC) Standards for Reporting MBA Employment Statistics (mbacsc.org). Conformance to this business school industry standard ensures accurate and comparable employment data.

4 HIRING COMPANIES & CORPORATE PARTNERS Employers are interested in Rady MBAs because they show both a mastery of business and management fundamentals and a passion for innovation. Our students work for large and small companies in diverse industries. While many are interested in the life sciences and technology sectors, the Rady focus on innovation resonates with companies across a broad spectrum from financial services and consulting to consumer products, entertainment and energy. The business skills our students gain give them strong advantages in the MBA employment marketplace and in the workplace and bring employers back to Rady for future MBA interns and career hires. Accelrys, Inc. Cabrillo Advisors, Inc. DN Capital UK LLP Agilent* California Center for Sustainable Dokken Engineering* Altegris Investments, Inc.* Energy Domain Associates, LLC AMETEK, Inc.* California State Auditor ecoATM* AMN Healthcare, Inc. Charles Schwab & Co, Inc.* EcoPackStore.com, a division of Analog Analytics Cisco Systems, Inc.* ElSin Media, LLC Anklesaria Group, Inc.* Citigroup Inc.* Efficient Frontier* AquaHydrate, Inc. Cleantech Management and Encore Capital Group, Inc. Organization Network Entropic Communications, Inc. Autonomy Corp.* Concierge Gold Services* Environmental Defense Fund Avanade Inc.* Consolidated Electrical Distributors, enXco, Inc.* Baxa Corporation* Inc.* Baxter Express Ventures First Investors Corporation We utilized Rady School interns for two separate projects Foundation for Enterprise within our business development group. In addition, we also Development* hired Rady School students in our marketing department. Frontier Market Asset Their contributions were significant, and they were high- Management, LLC* performing, hard-working, dependable professionals. The Frontline Direct Inc.* partnerships with Rady were positive experiences for all. Fusion Ventures, LLC Cathy Alfaro Gallup, Inc. Director, Human Resources Gartner, Inc. Dexcom GEICO General Electric Company Bernstein Global Weath Cox Communications, Inc.* Genoptix, Inc. Management Cricket Communications, Inc. Gen-Probe Incorporated* BioMarin Pharmaceutical Inc.* Cuker Interactive GenWay Biotech, Inc. Biomatrica Cypress Bioscience, Inc.* Gilead* Brandes Investment Partners* Deloitte Development LLC* Global Village Concerns, Inc. Bridge Mediation LLC* Denali Advisors, LLC Halozyme Therapeutics BrightScope Inc.* DexCom, Inc.* Hewlett-Packard Company* Burrill & Company* DivX, Inc. HR BioPetroleum

5 HR BioPetroleum Private Equity Access Sony Computer Entertainment Hydroflex* Product Development Systems America LLC* IBM Provide Commerce, Inc. Sony Corporation of America* Illumina, Inc.* Qualcomm* Sotera Wireless Inc.* Imperial Irrigation District Radiology Oncology Systems, Inc.* Source 44 LLC* Independent Energy Solutions Rady Childrens Hospital San Diego SPAWAR Industrial Technology Research Rapid Bridge* TAO Venture Capital Parnters Institute* Julian Hard Cider LLC* Kaiser Permanente* Hewlett-Packard has a growing need to continue to recruit the Kashi Company* most talented business professionals in the world. We have a great KPMG International Cooperative* partnership with the Rady School of Management, and we have been extremely satisfied with the talent that weve recruited from LG Electronics* Rady and look forward to many more in the future. Lighthouse Venture Group, LLC McAfee, Inc.* Ashleigh-Joi Silas McGladrey Capital Markets LLC Business HR Manager Inkjet and Web Solutions Hewlett-Packard Company Mercedes-Benz USA, LLC* Mission Ventures Mitchell International, Inc. Receptos, Inc.* Tavistock Group Monterey Bay Aquarium Red Door Interactive, Inc. TaylorMade-Adidas Golf Company Foundation* The Aequitas Group, Inc.* Revolution Ventures Motorola, Inc. The Bank of New York Mellon RiverVest Venture Partners, LLC New York Life Insurance Company Corporation ROTH Capital Partners, LLC* Nokia Corporation* The Beyster Institute* SAIC Novartis AG* The Pollakov Financial Group Samsung* NutraGenetics LLC Touchstone Ventures, LLC* San Diego Software Industry Nu-Trek, Inc.* Council* UC San Diego, Department of Neurosciences* NuVasive, Inc.* SANYO North America Corporation* UC San Diego, Health System Nuvo Research Inc.* SAP America, Inc.* UC San Diego Medical Center* Ostendo Technologies, Inc. SDG&E* Verimatrix, Inc. Oxford Finance Corporation SeaWorld San Diego Vibra Bank Pacific Western Bank Secora Consulting USA* Vical Inc. Pathfinder Partners, LLC* Sempra Energy Viking Systems, Inc. PETCO Animal Supplies, Inc. Service-now.com PhotoThera, Inc.* Siliken Renewable Energy, Inc. Plant With Purpose SkinMedica, Inc. *Indicates companies who hired Rady MBAs for internships or career employment in 2010.

6 CONNECT WITH RADY MBAS The Rady School of Management at UC San Diego is a valuable resource for organizations seeking top talent to meet human resource needs. Through MBA Career Connections, the Rady School will work with you to increase your visibility and presence among the next generation of leaders for innovation-driven organizations. Talented employees are your companys greatest asset. Rady MBAs are active, skilled professionals, with a focus on innovation and entrepreneurship and the ability to make a tremendous impact on your organization. MBA CAREER CONNECTIONS NIGHTS RESUME BOOKS AND ONLINE are held weekly in two formats: OPPORTUNITIES Careers Demystified Many recruiters connect with Rady MBAs through A panel of professionals from a particular industry the student resume books. MBA Career Connections or function help educate MBAs on career options. compiles resume books for corporate partners to Students learn about the industry and possible access throughout the year. career paths from the experience and perspective of professionals who work in those areas. The panels To view student resumes or post internship and career typically have 30 minutes of pre-notified questions opportunities for Rady MBA professionals, MBA Career and 15 minutes of group Q&A, followed by informal Connections offers the following options: networking. Panels are from 5:00 p.m. 6:00 p.m. RadyLink Corporate Presentations This online database allows employers to post These events allow employers to communicate with projects, internships and career positions for review potential candidates for internships and career by interested students and alumni, as well as search opportunities. A formal company overview is typically student and alumni resumes. followed by student questions. Sessions are reserved on designated evenings from 5:00 p.m. 5:50 p.m. MBA Focus and 6:00 p.m. 6:50 p.m. Individual class resume books are available through MBA Focus and can be sorted according to skills and experience sought by the employer. CAREER FAIRS The [email protected] Fall Career Fair and the [email protected] Rady Spring Career Fair provide on-campus opportunities for recruiting and interviewing talented business professionals. Increase your impact and visibility at these two events. CAREER CONNECTIONS ADMISSIONS 858.822.6003 858.534.0864 [email protected] [email protected] www.rady.ucsd.edu/careers www.rady.ucsd.edu/mba

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