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					Employment Report 1999-2000
The University of Chicago Graduate School of Business

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Contents Recruiting Companies Major Employers 2000: Full-Time Profile of the Class of 2000 Salary by Citizenship: Full-Time Salary by Undergraduate Major: Full-Time Salary by Years of Experience: Full-Time Top Five Functions: Full-Time New Hires by Function: Full-Time Top Five Industries: Full-Time New Hires by Industry: Full-Time New Hires by Location: Full-Time New Hires by Job Source: Full-Time Profile of the Class of 2001 Top Five Functions: Intern New Hires by Function: Intern Top Five Industries: Intern New Hires by Industry: Intern New Hires by Location: Intern New Hires by Job Source: Intern GSB Associates Program M.B.A. Career Services Staff

M.B.A. Career Services

The University of Chicago Graduate School of Business 6030 South Ellis Avenue Chicago, Illinois 60637 773.702.7405 gsb.uchicago.edu

Ichose Chicago because I wanted to move into general management and I felt Chicago would provide me with a very well-rounded experience. Not only was the curriculum very flexible, but the school was absolutely supportive in terms of my development— professors, the career services department, the career services student adviser, and second-year students all were invaluable resources. Everyone always made themselves available, and the sense of community and support was one of the reasons I chose to become a career services student adviser myself.
Karinne Yaari, M.B.A. ’00, Assistant Marketing Manager, General Mills

You would be hard pressed to find anyone who would not agree the world has become more complex. Technology has increased the amount of information that is easily available and the speed with which it is disseminated. This influx has made it more difficult to interpret information accurately; often, after the dust settles, the results can be rather surprising. That is a good characterization of recruiting this past year at Chicago GSB, as we present a picture that looks both similar to and different from previous years. Last year, much information in the press and on campus initially suggested M.B.A. students were turning their backs on traditional fields, such as consulting and investment banking. Therefore, we were surprised to find that in 1999-2000 over 88 percent of our graduates accepted positions in traditional industries—two-thirds of which entered careers in investment banking and consulting alone! In that respect, the picture looks similar to past years. However, careers

in technology continued to gain ground, with high-tech acceptances increasing 15 percent and the venture capital industry appearing in the “top five” list for the first time. This combination of increases in technology and venture capital helps explain the nearly 70 percent increase in the number of students headed for the West Coast. San Francisco became the third most popular location for students, after New York and Chicago. This is not to say students shied away from opportunities in other industries, though. Chicago GSB graduates received offers from companies in thirty-eight different industries, twenty-four different functions, and sixteen different countries. The GSB’s success in educating students in how to use superior analytical skills to face business issues—regardless of the dramatic changes in the business landscape—is readily apparent when viewing their success in the M.B.A. talent marketplace.

It has been a very successful year for students at Chicago GSB. We increased the number of job opportunities provided to students on campus, at off-campus events sponsored by M.B.A. Career Services, and through correspondence opportunities. Nearly 300 companies visited campus to recruit for full-time or internship positions. The following organizations made offers to students and/or recruited on campus in 1999-2000. Those highlighted represent employers that recruited for the first time in 1999-2000.

@ctive Research 3Com Corporation
3M

A. G. Edwards & Sons, Inc. A. T. Kearney, Inc. Abbott Laboratories Abercrombie & Fitch ABN AMRO, Inc.
ACES Power Marketing LLC

Berkeley International Capital Corp. Bertelsmann AG BeVocal, Inc. Bigwords.com, Inc. Bio-Imaging Research, Inc. BizFinity, Inc. BNP-Paribas
Boise Cascade Office Products

Conoco Inc. coolsavings.com inc. Coral Energy, L.P. Corporate Value Associates Corus Bank
Credit Research & Trade

ADC Telecommunications AdForce, Inc. Adobe Systems, Inc. Advanced Switching Communications, Inc. Advantage Capital Partners Aeltus Investment Management, Inc. Agilent Technologies, Inc. Agillion AIM Management Group AirFlash Inc.
Alberto-Culver USA, Inc.

Booz•Allen & Hamilton Inc. The Boston Consulting Group bp Brand Farm, Inc. Brandes Investment Partners Brinson Partners, Inc. Bristol-Myers Squibb British Airways
Broadview Associates

Alcatel Alliance Capital Management L.P.
Alliance Consulting Group

Allianz Versicherungs-AG Allied Capital Corporation Allstate Insurance Company Amazon.com American Airlines, Inc. American Electric Power American Express Financial Advisors, Inc. American International Group, Inc. Andersen Consulting LLP Aon Corporation APAX Partners Applied Materials Applied Theory Communications Applied Value Arc: EConsultancy ARCH Venture Partners Ariel Capital Management, Inc. Arthur Andersen Business Consulting Arthur D. Little Asia Online Ltd. Asia-Links Media
AstraZeneca

Broadwing Communications Inc. Brown-Forman, Inc. Burridge Growth Partners Business Design Associates Buzzsaw.com Caltos Capital Cambridge Strategic Management Group Campbell Soup Company campsix Cap Gemini / Ernst & Young
Capital One Financial

Credit Suisse First Boston CSC Healthcare DaimlerChrysler Corporation Dain Rauscher Wessels Daniels and Associates Darden Restaurants, Inc. DealerSource.com, Inc. Dean & Company Dearborn Partners LLC Deere & Company Dell Computer Corporation Deloitte Consulting Delphi Automotive Systems Deutsche Banc Alex Brown Diageo-Pillsbury, Burger King, UDV, Guinness dialpad.com Diamond Technology Partners, Inc. Digital Coast eVentures
Digital Disrupters

Digital Pipe Dimensional Fund Advisors Inc.
Documentum

Cargill, Inc. Carlson Capital Case Corporation Centerpost ChamberBiz, LLC Chamberlain Manufacturing Corporation
Charles Schwab & Company, Inc.

Donaldson, Lufkin & Jenrette Dresdner Kleinwort Benson Driehaus Capital Management Duchossois Industries, Inc. Duff & Phelps Corporation
Duke Energy Duke-Weeks Realty Corp.

Charterhouse Group International Chase Chevron Corporation CIBC World Markets
CID Equity Partners

The Dun & Bradstreet Corporation Dupont
Dynamis

Dynegy, Inc. E & J Gallo Winery
E*Offering

Cinergy Corporation Circuit City Stores, Inc.
Cisco Systems, Inc.

AT&T
AXA Rosenberg Investment Management

Bain & Company, Inc. Bally Total Fitness Holding Corporation Banc of America Securities LLC Bank of America Capital Investors Private Bank of Boston Bank One Corporation Barclays Capital, Inc. Barra, Inc. BASF Corporation Baxter Healthcare Corporation Bear Stearns & Co. Inc. Bechtel Enterprises

Citadel Investment Group, Inc. Citigroup/Citibank Classified Ventures The Clorox Company Closedloop Solutions, Inc. CNA International CNBV Cobalt Networks, Inc. Coghill Capital Management, LLC Collaborative Capital, L.P. Comdisco, Inc. The Communities Group International
Compaq

Eastdil Realty Inc. ECG Management Consultants Ecolab, Inc. ecom worldwide
EDS Estart

El Paso Energy Corp. eLance.com Electonipal Inc. Elvey Partnership Emerson Electric Co. EMRO Enron Corp. Episode 1 Partners
Equifax Equiva Services

CompleteCar.com Con Edison

Ernst & Young LLP E-start.com Ethcentric, Inc.
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Ethicon, Inc. European Bank for Reconstruction and Development Everyday Webguide AB Expedia.com ExxonMobil Corporation Fastweb Federated Investors, Inc. Fenwick & West LLP Fidelity Investments Fidelity Management & Research Company Findlaw.com
Fireman’s Fund Insurance

IMC Global

Impresse Corporation Incirco LTD InForte, Inc. Infosys Technologies Ltd. ING Barings LLC
Innoventry The Institute of International Education

First Annapolis Consulting First Union Securities, Inc. FMC Corporation Ford Motor Company Franklin Resources, Inc. Franklin/Templeton Inv Services FreeMarkets, Inc. Fried, Frank, Harris, Shriver & Jacobson Frito-Lay, Inc.
FTD.com

InteCap Intel Corporation International Finance Corporation International Paper Company InterWave Interwoven istart Ventures, LLC ITBeat.com
iXL

Liquid Audio Loftus Group Loomis, Sayles & Co., L.L.C. Loudcloud Lucent Technologies, Inc. Luminous Networks M&T Bank Corporation Madison Dearborn Partners, Inc. Mainspring Malibu Networks, Inc. Marakon Associates marchFIRST Inc. MarkeTech Systems Massachusetts Financial Services MBA Enterprise Corps
McDonald Investments

FullAudio Corporation Fuse Products Inc. G5 Technologies Gadzoox Networks
GAF Materials

Gardner Lewis Asset Management
Gateway, Inc.

J.D. Honigberg International, Inc. J.P. Morgan & Co. Incorporated J.P. Morgan Investment Management Inc. Janus Capital Corporation Jardine Fleming Javelin Technologies, Inc. Jay Alix & Associates, Inc. Jensen Group Jeslen Management Consultants Johnson & Johnson International Johnson & Johnson Medical Devices & Diagnostic Services Jones Lang LaSalle, Inc. Juno Online Services
Kana Communications

McDonald’s Corporation MCI WorldCom McKinsey & Company, Inc. McMaster-Carr Supply Company Medtronic, Inc. Mercator Capital LLC Mercer Management Consulting Merck & Co., Inc. Merrill Lynch & Co., Inc. Mesirow Financial, Inc. MetalMaker, Inc. Massachusetts Financial Services
MGM

Gator.com, Inc. GE Corporate Research & Development GE Capital Investment Advisors GE Medical Systems GEM Investors, Inc. General Electric Company General Mills, Inc. General Motors Corporation
Georgia Pacific Go.com

Microsoft Corporation Mitiska Net Fund Europe Mobile ID
Monitor Consulting

Katmango.com Keane Consulting Group, Inc.
Kellogg Co.

Kestnbaum & Co. Kestrel Solutions Key Principal Partners Kizoom
KLA-Tencor Kozmo.com

Monsanto Corporation Morgan Stanley Dean Witter Morningstar Inc. Motorola, Inc.
Municipal Mortgage and Equity (MuniMae)

Goldman Sachs & Co. The Government of Singapore Investment Corporation Grainger Green Venture Fund GuidanceResources.com Guidant Corporation Hallmark Cards Incorporated Hambrecht and Quist Group Hellobrain.com Hewlett-Packard Company Hines Interests Limited Partnership Honeywell Inc. Houlihan Lokey Howard & Zukin Household International, Inc. Hull Trading Company IBM Consulting Group IBM Corporation I-Fulfillment iLux Corporation
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Kovair, Inc. KPMG Consulting Kraft Foods, Inc. Lake Capital Management Lante Corporation Latham & Watkins Latitude Communications Lazard Asset Management Lazard Freres & Co. LLC Lehman Brothers, Inc. The LEK Consulting Group, L.P. Leo Burnett Company U.S.A. Letter5
Level 3 Communications

LifeServ Corporation Lilly The Limited Stores Lincoln Capital Management Company Lincoln Partners LLC Linxonic Corporation

Nabisco, Inc. nano.com National City Corporation Navigant Consulting, Inc. Nesbitt Burns Securities, Inc. Nestlé USA, Inc. Neuberger Berman, LLC New Horizons Venture Capital New York Life Insurance Company New York Stock Exchange Inc. Newmoon.com Nomura Securities International, Inc. Norbridge, Inc. Nortel Networks The Northern Trust Company Northwest Airlines, Inc. Northwestern Investment Management Company
Novell

Oblix, Inc. odin capital partners Open Channel Software Oppenheimer Funds Incorporated

Oracle Corporation Orion Capital Management, Inc. Orion Consulting, Inc. our group Ourhouse.com Overseas Private Investment Corporation Pacific Investment Management Co. Packtion PaineWebber Properties, Inc. paladin partners Partners Healthcare
Peppers and Rogers

Sanford C. Bernstein & Co., Inc.

SCA Consulting, LLC
Scient

Scudder Kemper Searle Sears, Roebuck and Co. SeeMeBuyMe The ServiceMaster Company SG Cowen Shearman & Sterling Shell Oil Company
Sibson & Company

Toronto Dominion Securities Towers Perrin Toys ‘R’ Us, Inc. TransactLabs.com TransWestern Group Travelocity.com Tribune Corporation Trident Capital, L.P.
Trilogy Development Group Inc.

PepsiCo Inc. Petroleos Mexicanos PETsMART Inc. Pfizer, Inc. PG & E Corporation PHB Hagler Bailly Pittiglio Rabin Todd & McGrath Pixo Inc. Police Executive Research Forum PricewaterhouseCoopers LLP Prime Group Realty Trust Principal Financial Group The Procter & Gamble Company Progressive Companies
Project Ion

Siebel Systems, Inc. Siliconindia
Silverman Consulting

Prudential Capital Group Prudential Securities, Inc. Putnam Investment Management PWC Securities L.L.C. The Quaker Oats Company Quantum Energy Corp. Qwest R.R. Donnelley & Sons Company Radiowave.com Ravenswood Capital Corporation Raymond James Financial, Inc. Razorfish, Inc.
Real Networks

Silverman Korenthal & Co. Simmons & Co. International SK Group Skadden, Arps, Slate, Meagher & Flom SmashCast, Inc. SmithKline Beecham Pharmaceuticals Social Venture Network Societe Europeenne de Communication SA Societe Generale Group Soles Brower Smith & Co. Solutech Inc. Soros Private Equity Partners Southern Company Spring Creek Partners Sprint Corporation Standard & Poor’s Standish Ayer & Wood, Inc.
Stark Investments

Trove Partners, LLC Trust Company of the West TSSi MicroSage Tucker Anthony Captial Markets uBid, Inc. UBS Private Banking UBS Warburg UNext.com Unilever United Airlines, Inc. The University of Chicago Hospitals
Univision

US Airways Group US Bancorp, Inc. US Bancorp Piper Jaffray Value Communications Inc.
Van Kampen Funds

VeloCom Venture Law Group Venturepark/Pixelpark Veritel Corporation Wachovia Corporation Walden International Investment Group The Walt Disney Company
Wang and Li Asia Resources Wanger Asset Management

State Street Global Advisors Sterling Capital Group Stern Stewart & Co. StreamCenter
Strong Capital Management

Reckitt Benckiser Plc Reliant Energy
RM Consulting Robert Pino & Co.

Robert W. Baird & Co. Incorporated
Robertson Stephens

Sun Microsystems, Inc. SupplierMarket.com Support.com, Inc. Surepayroll.com Svoboda, Collins L.L.C. Swander, Pace & Company
Sylvan Learning Systems

Warburg Pincus Asset Management Warner-Lambert Company Wasserstein Perella & Co., Inc. Wavetek Wandel Goltermann TheWeddingList.com Wellington Management Company, LLP Wells Fargo Bank N.A. Wepick.com Inc.
The West Group

The Western-Southern Enterprise William Blair & Company LLC
William M. Mercer

Robinson-Humphrey Company RocketCheck Rocky Mountain Capital Partners, LLP Roger Engemann and Associates Inc.
Rohm & Haas Roland Berger & Partners

Synopsys, Inc. Synthes (USA) T. Rowe Price Associates, Inc. TAM Linhas Aéreas TAP Pharmaceuticals, Inc. Tarpon Advisors
TCW/Crescent Mezzanine

Wilshire Associates Incorporated Wind Point Partners World Bank Group
World Spyder.com

WorldSpace
The Wrigley Company

Roshnee Corporation Round Table Group, Inc. Ryerson Tull, Inc. SABRE, Inc. Salomon Smith Barney Samsung Electronics America, Inc. Samsung Group

Teach-On.com Telution, LLC Texaco, Inc. Texas Pacific Group
Thomson multimedia

TIAA-CREF

Wynnchurch Capital Xros, Inc. Yahoo! Yodlee.com Zephyr Telecommunications ZS Associates Zweig Securities Corp.
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Major Employers 2000: Full-Time
September 30, 2000 Companies Making Offers to Graduates Companies Hiring Graduates Full-Time Job Postings
Companies That Hired Four or More Graduates (29 Companies)

329 202 1,871
Number of Hires Percent of Hires

McKinsey & Company, Inc. Lehman Brothers, Inc. Booz•Allen & Hamilton Inc. Goldman Sachs & Co. Merrill Lynch & Co., Inc. Andersen Consulting LLP Chase The Boston Consulting Group Bain & Company, Inc. Morgan Stanley Dean Witter Donaldson, Lufkin & Jenrette Salomon Smith Barney A. T. Kearney, Inc. Deutsche Banc Alex Brown Siebel Systems, Inc. Diamond Technology Partners, Inc. Bear Stearns & Co. Inc. Cap Gemini / Ernst & Young Credit Suisse First Boston J.P. Morgan & Co. Incorporated PricewaterhouseCoopers LLP Banc of America Securities LLC Marakon Associates marchFIRST Inc. Microsoft Corporation Pittiglio Rabin Todd & McGrath Putnam Investment Management Robertson Stephens United Airlines, Inc.
Major Employers Total

32 21 17 17 17 15 14 14 13 13 10 10 9 9 9 8 7 6 6 6 5 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 290 78 140 508

6.3% 4.1% 3.3% 3.3% 3.3% 3.0% 2.8% 2.8% 2.6% 2.6% 2.0% 2.0% 1.8% 1.8% 1.8% 1.6% 1.4% 1.2% 1.2% 1.2% 1.0% 0.8% 0.8% 0.8% 0.8% 0.8% 0.8% 0.8% 0.8% 57.5% 15.4% 27.6%

Hires at Employers Hiring Two or Three Graduates (33 Companies) Hires at Employers Hiring One Graduate
Total

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Chicago GSB is firmly grounded in academic theory: that’s been its strength for over 100 years. And a little blip on the horizon in terms of economy is no reason to change—it doesn’t matter whether it’s e-business, e-commerce, B2B,or B2C—it’s all business. That’s what Chicago excels at teaching and instructing, and that’s what it will continue to excel at.
Sol Kanthack, M.B.A. ’00, Founder, brightroom.com

Profile of the Class of 2000
Class Profile for Campus M.B.A., Joint Degree, and I.M.B.A. Graduates: December 1999, March 2000, June 2000, and August 2000
Employment Profile Percent of Class Number of Students

Seeking Employment Not Seeking Employment

93.4% 0.4% 1.2% 1.6% 1.4% 2.0% 100.0%
At Graduation

524 2 7 9 8 11 561
As of September 30, 2000

Continuing Education Sponsored Student Self Employed/Founding Business Other Reasons(1)
Not Responding to Survey Total Graduates Job Offers

U.S. Citizens/Permanent Residents Foreign Nationals Total
Job Acceptances

95.9% 95.6% 95.8%
At Graduation

98.8% 98.2% 98.7%
As of September 30, 2000

U.S. Citizens/Permanent Residents Foreign Nationals
Total Demographic Profile (2)

90.5% 90.4% 90.5%

96.8% 97.4% 97.0%

Mean age Mean Years of Work Experience Female International Married

28.1 4.4 21.9% 21.2% 27.0%

(1) Includes students who are postponing their job search or for other reasons are not looking. (2) Demographic information is based on Campus M.B.A. and I.M.B.A. students matriculating in September 1998. Excludes transfer students and students matriculating prior to 1998.

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Salary by Citizenship: Full-Time
Salary Statistics: 1999-2000(1) September 30, 2000
Citizenship Percent of Hires Number of Hires Minimum Salary Maximum Salary Median Salary

U.S. Citizens/Permanent Residents Foreign Nationals
Total

78.1% 21.9% 100.0%

397 111 508

$52,500 $30,000 $30,000

$150,000 $130,000 $150,000

$85,000 $85,000 $85,000

Salary by Undergraduate Major: Full-Time
Undergraduate Major Percent of Hires Number of Hires Minimum Salary Maximum Salary Median Salary

Technical Degree Business Degree Other
All Values

22.5% 54.7% 22.8% 100.0%

114 278 116 508

$30,000 $52,500 $60,000 $30,000

$150,000 $130,000 $140,000 $150,000

$99,000 $80,000 $85,000 $85,000

Salary by Years of Experience: Full-Time
Years Experience Percent of Hires Number of Hires Minimum Salary Maximum Salary Median Salary

Less than one year One to three years Three to five years More than five years
Total

2.6% 16.3% 50.0% 31.1% 100.0%

13 83 254 158 508

$57,000 $60,000 $30,000 $52,500 $30,000

$135,000 $130,000 $150,000 $115,000 $150,000

$87,500 $88,000 $85,000 $84,500 $85,000

(1) Compensation is self-reported. Ninety-five percent of reported offers included salary information.

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Months before the formal internship recruiting process began, I registered with career services to have an alumnus review my resume. I was matched with an alum who worked for Towers Perrin—my future summer and full-time employer. Through the resume review process, I was able to network with current employees and to get to know the company from a firsthand perspective— two things that, in my opinion, set me apart from other candidates once the formal recruiting process came along.
Amy Connolly, M.B.A. ’00, Senior Consultant, Towers Perrin

Top Five Functions: Full-Time
September 30, 2000
Function Percent of Hires Number of Hires

Top Five Functions

Consulting Finance—Investment Banking Finance—Investment Management/Research Finance—Sales and Trading Marketing—Brand/Product Management All Others
Total

77.5% 32.7% 21.5% 8.3% 8.1% 6.9% 22.5% 100.0%

393 166 109 42 41 35 115 508

New Hires by Function: Full-Time
September 30, 2000
Function Percent of Hires Number of Hires Minimum Salary

Consulting Engineering Finance Finance—Commercial Banking/Lending Finance—Company Finance (Analysis/Treasury) Finance—Investment Banking Finance—Investment Management/Research Finance—Private Client Services Finance—Real Estate Finance—Sales and Trading Finance—Venture Capital/Private Equity General Management Healthcare Information Systems—Applications Information Systems—Management Law Marketing Marketing—Advertising/Communications Marketing—Brand/Product Management Marketing—Sales Multiple Other Strategic Planning
Total

32.7% 0.2% 51.2% 0.4% 6.5% 21.4% 8.3% 1.4% 0.6% 8.1% 4.5% 1.6% 0.6% 0.2% 0.2% 0.4% 8.1% 1.0% 6.9% 0.2% 1.2% 0.8% 3.0% 100.0%

166 1 260 2 33 109 42 7 3 41 23 8 3 1 1 2 41 5 35 1 6 4 15 508

$57,000
insufficient data (1)

$52,500
insufficient data (1)

$52,500 $65,000 $65,000 $65,000
insufficient data (1)

$60,000 $70,000 $78,000
insufficient data (1) insufficient data (1) insufficient data (1) insufficient data (1)

$30,000
insufficient data (1)

$30,000
insufficient data (1)

$60,000
insufficient data (1)

$65,000 $30,000

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All Others 22.5%

Consulting 32.7%

Investment Banking 21.5%

Careers in the professional services sector remain the most popular choices for graduates. Although consulting and investment banking still top the list of career destinations, venture capital (up 25%) and marketing (up 30%) represented the largest increases in job acceptances over last year. This year brand/product management became one of the top five careers for new graduates at the GSB.

Strategic planning also continues its upward trend, with 18% more students selecting this path. As a direct result of the challenges attracting talent, employers increased compensation packages across the board for graduates this year. Overall, median starting salaries rose by 12%, median sign-on bonuses were up by 25%, and median first-year bonuses increased 20% over last year.

Investment Management/Research 8.3% Sales and Trading 8.1% Brand/Product Management 6.9%

Maximum Salary

Median Salary

Median (2) Sign On

Median (2,3) First Year

$150,000 $130,000 $100,000 $125,000 $120,000 $80,000 $100,000 $130,000 $95,000

$100,000 $80,000 $77,750 $80,000 $85,000 $80,000 $80,000 $87,500 $82,500

$25,000

$30,000

$14,000 $25,000 $20,000 $25,000 $25,000 $25,000 $18,500

$30,000 $25,000 $30,000 $30,000 $30,000 $1 2 ,750

(1) Compensation is self-reported. Ninetyfive percent of reported offers included salary information. Insufficient data indicates less than 1% reporting. (2) At least 50% of accepted offers, and 69% of reported offers included a first-year bonus. (3) First-year bonus includes guaranteed bonuses only (e.g. year-end, tuition reimbursement). It excludes perquisites (e.g. relocation, automobile) and variable compensation (e.g. stock options, performance). Stock options were included in the compensation packages.

$110,000 $110,000 $140,000 $105,000 $150,000

$80,000 $80,000 $80,000 $80,000 $85,000 $21,250 $12,500 $20,000 $25,000 $30,000

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Top Five Industries: Full-Time
September 30, 2000
Industry Percent of Hires Number of Hires

Top Five Industries

Financial Services—Investment Banking/Brokerage Consulting Technology Financial Services—Investment Management Financial Services—Venture Capital All Others
Total

85.2% 34.5% 32.1% 11.2% 4.3% 3.1% 14.8% 100.0%

433 175 163 57 22 16 75 508

New Hires by Industry: Full-Time
September 30, 2000
Industry Percent of Hires Number of Hires Minimum Salary
insufficient data (1) insufficient data (1) insufficient data (1) insufficient data (1)

Accounting Advertising/Marketing Services Auto and Other Transportation Equipment Chemicals Consulting Entertainment/Leisure Financial Services Financial Services—Commercial Banking Financial Services—Diversified Financial Services Financial Services—Insurance Financial Services—Investment Banking/Brokerage Financial Services—Investment Management Financial Services—Venture Capital Food/Beverage/Tobacco Healthcare Services Household/Personal Products Law Machinery Other Miscellaneous Services Petroleum/Energy Pharmaceutical/Biotechnology/Healthcare Products Real Estate Retail Technology Computer-Related Services E-Commerce and Internet Electronic Equipment—Computers Electronic Equipment—Consumer Products Electronic Equipment—Other Electronic Equipment—Semi-Conductors Electronic Equipment—Telecommunications Software/Printing/Publishing Telecommunications Transportation Services Widely Diversified Manufacturing Widely Diversified Services
Total 16

1.0% 0.2% 0.2% 0.2% 32.1% 0.2% 44.9% 1.2% 0.8% 1.0% 34.5% 4.3% 3.1% 2.2% 0.4% 1.0% 0.6% 0.4% 0.2% 1.8% 1.4% 0.4% 0.2% 11.2% 1.2% 2.7% 1.6% 0.2% 0.2% 0.6% 0.2% 3.5% 1.0% 1.2% 0.2% 0.2% 100.0%

5 1 1 1 163 1 228 6 4 5 175 22 16 11 2 5 3 2 1 9 7 2 1 57 6 14 8 1 1 3 1 18 5 6 1 1 508

$52,500
insufficient data (1)

$60,000 $70,000
insufficient data (1) insufficient data (1)

$60,000 $65,000 $75,000 $72,000
insufficient data (1) insufficient data (1) insufficient data (1) insufficient data (1) insufficient data (1)

$75,000 $74,000
insufficient data (1) insufficient data (1)

$60,000 $68,000 $60,000 $75,000
insufficient data (1) insufficient data (1) insufficient data (1) insufficient data (1)

$78,000
insufficient data (1)

$70,000
insufficient data (1) insufficient data (1)

$30,000

Investment Banking/ Brokerage 34.5% All Others 14.8% Consulting 32.1%

Despite all the attention dot-com opportunities have received, consulting still represents the most popular destination for Chicago GSB students—up 17% from last year. Students are attracted by the opportunity to apply their critical thinking skills and access to a whole array of industries. The financial services industry also remains a popular choice, with investment banking up 25% and venture capital joining the top-five list for the first time with a 57% increase in job acceptances. Reflecting a larger, nationwide trend, technology was the third most popular

industry among Chicago GSB graduates for a second year in a row. Part of the allure seems not only to be the earning potential, but the possibility of walking into a place that is young and dynamic, where the culture is still being formed and they can leave their mark. Even with the more established firms in this sector, students are drawn to the entrepreneurial cultures. Not all industries experienced a positive trend. Petroleum/energy is down sharply compared with last year, perhaps reflecting a larger trend nationally with this industry, which is undergoing consolidation.

Technology 11.2% Investment Management 4.3% Venture Capital 3.1%

Maximum Salary

Median Salary

Median Sign On

Median (2,3) First Year
(1) Compensation is self-reported. Ninety-five percent of reported offers included salary information. Insufficient data indicates less than 1% reporting. (2) At least 50% of accepted offers, and 46% of reported offers included a firstyear bonus. (3) First-year bonus includes guaranteed bonuses only (e.g. year-end, tuition reimbursement). It excludes perquisities (e.g. relocation, automobile) and variable compensation (e.g. stock options, performance). Stock options were included in the compensation packages.

$150,000 $130,000 $125,000 $110,000 $110,000 $130,000 $85,000

$100,000 $80,000 $77,500 $80,000 $85,000 $90,000 $75,000

$25,000 $17,500 $25,000 $15,000 $25,000 $25,000 $30,000 $20,000 $25,000

$110,000 $80,000 $140,000 $140,000 $100,000 $90,000

$78,000 $80,000 $85,100 $84,500 $80,000 $81,450

$20,000 $15,000

$12,000

$13,900

$100,000 $77,500

$100,000 $75,000

$20,000 $10,000

$150,000

$85,000

$25,000

$30,000
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New Hires by Location: Full-Time
September 30, 2000
Region Percent of Hires Number of Hires Median Salary

United States

89.6% 30.3% 24.8% 3.3% 30.1% 22.4% 18.7% 6.3% 1.4% 1.2% 4.3% 1.8% 1.6% 3.5% 2.6% 10.4% 5.5% 4.1% 3.7% 1.6% 1.4% 1.0% 0.2% 100.00%

455 154 126 17 153 114 95 32 7 6 22 9 8 18 13 53 28 21 19 8 7 5 1 508

$85,000 $80,000 $80,000 $100,000 $90,000 $100,000 $90,000 $97,500 $85,000 $98,000 $95,000 $78,000 $100,000 $80,000 $95,000 $84,500 $85,000 $85,000 $85,000 $90,000 $80,000 $70,000
insufficient data(1)

Northeast New York Boston Midwest Chicago West San Francisco Los Angeles Menlo Park Southwest Houston Dallas South Mid-Atlantic
International

U.S. work experience continues to be desirable to graduating M.B.A.’s regardless of citizenship. Sixty-three percent of foreign national students seeking employment accepted positions within the U.S. this year. Although based in the U.S., many of these positions have significant international responsibilities. Additionally, just over 18% of students (which included both U.S. citizens and foreign nationals) accepted positions in locations other than their home countries. Students were also attracted to the economic strength of Silicon Valley. The number of students heading west has risen by over 50%, with the largest number relocating to the San Francisco area.

Western Europe London Asia Seoul Hong Kong Central/South America/Mexico Other
Total

$85,000

United States 89.6%

Midwest 30.1%

(1) Compensation is self-reported. Ninety-five percent of reported offers included salary information. Insufficient data indicates less than 1% reporting.
West 18.7%

Northeast 30.3%

Southwest 4.3% South 3.5% Mid-Atlantic 2.6% International 10.4% Western Europe 5.5% Asia 3.7% Central/South America/Mexico 1.0% Other 0.2%

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New Hires by Job Source: Full-Time
September 30, 2000
Method of Hire Percent (1) of Hires Number of Hires

School Facilitated

Interview on Campus—Invite Schedule Previous Employer—Summer Internship(1) Interview on Campus—Open Schedule Resume Referral Service/ Correspondence Opportunity
Other School Facilitated Source Direct Contact with Company

80.3% 31.0% 27.2% 17.3% 3.0% 1.8% 11.7% 5.0% 3.7% 3.0% 8.0% 100.0%

408 157 138 88 16 9 59 25 19 15 41 508

The school continues to play a key role in facilitating the connections made between students and employers. The on-campus recruiting program offers substantial opportunities with employers, without which students might not otherwise have access. As the impact of technology is increasingly felt in the world of recruiting, we expect that direct contact with employers will continue to be a premium. In addition to on-campus recruiting, the school also facilitates access to a number of additional employers who chose to use alternative recruiting methods. The number of job postings on our Web-based job line increased as well as the number of students accepting jobs through this source. Of particular importance to those conducting an independent job search, the GSB alumni network strengthens with each graduating class. Due to their support and commitment to current students, the number of jobs found through alumni contact continues to increase. In keeping with a larger recruitment trend, students continue to seek internships to both develop their marketable skills as well as to “test drive” potential employers. Employers, on the other hand, find internships a particularly useful pre-recruitment tool. Just over 27% of students returned to work for the firm they interned for during their first year of the program.

Personal/Family Contact Prior Business Contact Letter Campaign
Other Source/Not Reported Total

School Facilitated 80.3%

Summer Internship 27.2% Open Schedule 17.3% Invite Schedule 31.0%

(1) Due to the high percentage of students securing internship positions through school-facilitated sources, we have included these in the school-facilitated category. Some of these internships may come from a student’s direct contact with the company.

Resume Referral Service/Correspondence Opportunity 3.0% Other School Facilitated Source 1.8%

Direct Contact with Company 11.7% Personal/Family Contact 5.0% Prior Business Contact 3.7% Letter Campaign 3.0%

Other Source/Not Reported 8.0%

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Profile of the Class of 2001
Class Profile for First-Year Campus M.B.A., Joint Degree, and I.M.B.A. Students September 30, 2000
Employment Profile Percent of Class Number of Students

Seeking Employment Not Seeking Employment

90.4% 3.5% 1.8% 1.5% 0.9% 1.8% 100.0% 99.0% 99.0% 28 4.6 22.0% 22.0% 25.0%

490 19 10 8 5 10 542

Continuing Education Sponsored Student Self Employed/Founding Business Other Reasons(1)
Not Responding to Survey Total of First-Year Students

Job Offers Job Acceptances
Demographic Profile (2)

Mean Age Mean Years of Work Experience Female International Married

(1) Includes students who are postponing their job search or for other reasons are not looking. (2) Demographic information is based on Campus M.B.A. and I.M.B.A. students matriculating in September 1999.

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I consider my WestQuest experience as a first year invaluable. During my visit, I found Chicago GSB alumni on the West Coast very helpful and very enthusiastic…and the amount of activity out there is phenomenal. Thanks to connections fostered through WestQuest, I feel I can contact any company I’d like on the West Coast.
Rajesh Krishnan, M.B.A. ’01, company visit chairperson for WestQuest

Top Five Functions: Intern
September 30, 2000
(1)

Function

Percent of Hires

Number of Hires

Top Five Functions

Finance—Investment Banking Consulting Finance—Investment Management/Research Finance—Sales and Trading Marketing—Brand/Product Management All Others
Total

68.7% 23.0% 20.4% 9.7% 8.9% 6.7% 31.3% 100.0%

347 116 103 49 45 34 158 505

New Hires by Function: Intern
September 30, 2000
Function Percent of Hires Number (1) of Hires Minimum Monthly Salary
insufficient data (2)

Accounting Consulting (3) Finance Finance—Commercial Banking/Lending Finance—Company Finance (Analysis/Treasury) Finance—Investment Banking (3) Finance—Investment Management/Research Finance—Private Client Services Finance—Sales and Trading Finance—Venture Capital/Private Equity General Management Healthcare Information Systems—Management Law Marketing Marketing—Advertising/Communications Marketing—Brand/Product Management Marketing—Merchandising Marketing—Research Marketing—Sales Multiple Operations/Production Other Project Management Strategic Planning
Total

0.2% 2 0.4% 54.8% 0.2% 5.9% 23.0% 9.7% 2.8% 8.9% 4.4% 0.2% 0.4% 0.4% 0.6% 10.7% 2.0% 6.7% 0.2% 1.o% 0.8% 1.6% 0.2% 4.2% 0.2% 6.1% 100.0%

1 103 277 1 30 116 49 14 45 22 1 2 2 3 54 10 34 1 5 4 8 1 21 1 31 505

$5,200 $1,700
insufficient data (2)

$3,960 $6,000 $4,800 $6,154 $1,700 $3,000
insufficient data (2) insufficient data (2) insufficient data (2) insufficient data (2)

$3,250 $4,000 $4,200
insufficient data (2) insufficient data (2) insufficient data (2)

$1,000
insufficient data (2)

$300
insufficient data (2)

$2,000 $300

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All Others 31.3%

Investment Banking 23.0%

Consulting 20.4%

Internships remain a relatively low risk way for employers to uncover prospective talent for their organization. Last year, an increased number of students gravitated toward consulting and investment banking—reversing the previous year’s downward trend in these areas. Although still among the top five functions for Chicago GSB students, internships in sales and trading were down by 29%, while venture capital and private equity experienced an increase of 21%. Even with a slight decrease in the overall number of marketing internships, brand/ product management replaced company finance as the fifth most popular choice among students.

Investment Management/Research 9.7% Sales and Trading 8.9% Brand/Product Management 6.7%

Maximum Monthly Salary

Median Monthly Salary

$9,950 $12,000 $7,320 $10,833 $8,300 $6,667 $6,958 $12,000

$8,200 $6,667 $5,500 $6,667 $6,667 $6,667 $6,667 $6,100

(1) Twenty students in the Class of 2001 reported having two internships. (2) Compensation information is self-reported. Insufficient data indicates less than 1% reporting. (3) Bonus information: 62% of accepted
offers reported in the consulting function received a sign-on bonus, for which the median bonus was $5,000. Forty-seven percent of accepted offers reported in the financeinvestment banking function received a summer-end bonus, for which the median bonus was $6,924.

$6,875 $6,000 $6,875

$5,417 $4,833 $5,417

$6,875 $7,500 $9,583 $12,000

$4,583 $5,500 $5,733 $6,667

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Top Five Industries: Intern
September 30, 2000
Industry Percent of Hires Number (1) of Hires

Top Five Industries

Financial Services—Investment Banking/Brokerage Consulting Technology(2) Financial Services—Investment Management Financial Services—Venture Capital All Others
Total

85.1% 40.2% 20.8% 15.8% 5.7% 2.6% 14.9% 100.0%

430 203 105 80 29 13 75 505

New Hires by Industry: Intern
September 30, 2000
Industry Percent of Hires Number of Hires
(1)

Minimum Monthly Salary
insufficient data (2) insufficient data (2) insufficient data (2) insufficient data (2)

Accounting Advertising/Marketing Services Auto and Other Transportation Equipment Chemicals Consulting (3) Entertainment/Leisure Financial Services Financial Services—Commercial Banking Financial Services—Diversified Financial Services Financial Services—Investment Banking/Brokerage(3) Financial Services—Investment Management Financial Services—Venture Capital Food Service/Lodging Food/Beverage/Tobacco Household/Personal Products Law Machinery Media Other Miscellaneous Services Petroleum/Energy Pharmaceutical/Biotechnology/Healthcare Products Retail Technology Computer-Related Services E-Commerce and Internet Electronic Equipment—Computers Electronic Equipment—Consumer Products Electronic Equipment—Optics Electronic Equipment—Semi-Conductors Electronic Equipment—Telecommunications Software/Printing/Publishing Telecommunications Transportation Services Widely Diversified Manufacturing
Total 24

0.8% 0.4% 0.8% 0.8% 20.8% 0.6% 50.7% 0.8% 1.4% 40.2% 5.7% 2.6% 0.2% 2.2% 0.4% 0.6% 0.2% 0.2% 0.2% 1.2% 2.2% 0.8% 15.8% 1.0% 4.4% 3.6% 0.4% 0.2% 1.2% 1.0% 2.0% 2.2% 0.4% 0.8% 100.0%

4 2 4 4 105 3 256 4 7 203 29 13 1 11 2 3 1 1 1 6 11 4 80 5 22 18 2 1 6 5 10 11 2 4 505

$5,200
insufficient data (2)

$1,700
insufficient data (2)

$2,750 $1,700 $4,800 $3,000
insufficient data (2)

$4,665
insufficient data (2) insufficient data (2) insufficient data (2) insufficient data (2) insufficient data (2)

$5,000 $4,000
insufficient data (2)

$300
insufficient data (2)

$300 $4,800
insufficient data (2) insufficient data (2)

$5,000
insufficient data (2)

$4,000 $4,200
insufficient data (2) insufficient data (2)

$300

Investment Banking/Brokerage 40.2% All Others 14.9% Consulting 20.8% Technology 15.8%

An interesting shift occurred with the financial services industry. Investment banking rose sharply (35%), while investment management dipped slightly and commercial banking and diversified financial services experienced significant declines. Consulting attracted nearly 30% more students than last year—even more pronounced than the trend observed with graduates in this area. The technology sector continues its appeal, with 30% more students exploring careers in areas such as e-commerce, telecommunications, and electronic equipment manufacturers.

Investment Management 5.7% Venture Capital 2.6%

Maximum Monthly Salary

Median Monthly Salary

$9,950 $12,000 $7,200 $10,833 $8,300 $12,000 $5,800

$8,200 $6,667 $6,667 $6,667 $6,520 $5,500 $4,800

(1) Twenty students in the Class of 2001 reported having two internships. (2) Compensation information is self-reported. Insufficient data indicates less than 1% reporting. (3) Bonus information: 62% of accepted offers reported in the consulting industry received a sign-on bonus, for which the median bonus was $5,000. Twenty-three percent of accepted offers reported in the financial services—investment banking/brokerage industry received a summer-end bonus, for which the median bonus was $6,924.

$6,200 $6,500 $7,417 $7,417 $7,320 $5,860 $6,500 $7,000

$5,500 $5,500 $5,500 $4,400 $5,500 $5,042 $6,000 $6,000

$12,000

$6,667
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New Hires by Location: Intern
September 30, 2000
Region Percent of Hires Number (1) of Hires Median Monthly Salary

United States

Northeast New York Boston Midwest Chicago West San Francisco San Jose Los Angeles Southwest Houston Dallas Austin Mid-Atlantic Baltimore South Charlotte
International

82.2% 34.3% 28.5% 2.9% 21.8% 16.2% 14.3% 3.2% 2.2% 1.2% 5.9% 1.8% 1.4% 1.2% 3.2% 1.2% 2.8% 1.2% 17.8% 11.5% 8.7% 3.5% 2.0% 1.2% 0.2% 0.2% 1.2% 100.00%

415 173 144 15 110 82 72 16 11 6 30 9 7 6 16 6 14 6 90 58 44 18 10 6 1 1 6 505

$6,667 $6,667 $6,667 $8,000 $6,667 $7,500 $6,000 $6,667 $5,208 $8,100 $6,000 $5,500 $8,000 $5,750 $6,667 $5,500 $6,945 $6,459 $6,667 $6,667 $6,667 $6,667 $6,667 $5,400
insufficient data (2) insufficient data (2)

Western Europe London Asia Hong Kong Central/South America/Mexico Canada Eastern Europe Other
Total

$6,500 $6,667

United States 82.2%

Midwest 21.8% West 14.3% Northeast 34.3% Southwest 5.9% Mid-Atlantic 3.2% South 2.8% International 17.8% Western Europe 11.5% Asia 3.5% Other 1.2% Central/South America/Mexico 1.2% Canada 0.2% Eastern Europe 0.2%

(1) Twenty students in the Class of 2001 reported having two internships. (2) Compensation information is selfreported. Insufficient data indicates less than 1% reporting.

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New Hires by Job Source: Intern
September 30, 2000
Method of Hire Percent of Hires Number (1) of Hires

School Facilitated

Interview on Campus—Invite Schedule Interview on Campus—Open Schedule Resume Referral Service/ Correspondence Opportunity
Other School Facilitated Source Direct Contact with Company

77.3% 44.6% 21.0% 7.3% 4.4% 12.7% 7.9% 2.6% 2.2% 10.1% 100.0%

390 225 106 37 22 64 40 13 11 51 505

Interns found opportunities both in the U.S. and in other countries. Overall, however, 70% more students accepted positions in areas outside the U.S. than did their graduating counterparts. Similar to full-time recruiting, Chicago GSB facilitates the majority of job searches for internship opportunities. More than 65% of positions were obtained through on-campus interviewing alone—a 14% increase over last year. Students pursuing independent (off-campus) job searches are also supported by M.B.A. Career Services through job search discussion groups, oneon-one advising, and myriad resources available through the Career Resource Center—both hard copy and online.

Letter Campaign Personal/Family Contact Prior Business Contact
Other Source/Not Reported Total

School Facilitated 77.3%

(1) Twenty students in the Class of 2001 reported having two internships.

Invite Schedule 44.6%

Open Schedule 21.0%

Resume Referral Service/Correspondence Opportunity 7.3% Other School Facilitated Source 4.4%

Direct Contact with Company 12.7% Letter Campaign 7.9% Personal/Family Contact 2.6% Prior Business Contact 2.2%

Other Source/Not Reported 10.1%

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GSB Associates Program
At Chicago GSB, the Associates are an important link between the school and the business community. Our Associates are firms that maintain close working connections with us, especially through the recruiting and employment of our alumni. By making annual gifts to the school, these firms support teaching and research here, enjoy partnership with the school and each other, and identify themselves with an influential source of talent and ideas for business. For more information, call the Office of Corporate Relations at 773.702.3411.
Associates Program Members, 1999-2000 Academic Year

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A.M. Castle & Co. A.T. Kearney, Inc. Abbott Laboratories ABN AMRO, Inc. AEP Energy Services Alberto-Culver Company Amsted Industries Incorporated Andersen Consulting LLP Ariel Capital Management Azteca Foods Inc. Bain & Company, Inc. The Bank of Tokyo-Mitsubishi Ltd. Barclays Capital, Inc. BASF Corporation Booz•Allen & Hamilton Inc. The Boston Consulting Group The Chase Manhattan Foundation The Clorox Company Conoco Inc. Credit Suisse First Boston DaimlerChrysler Corporation Deere & Company Deloitte Consulting Deutsche Banc Alex Brown Diageo-Pillsbury, Burger King, UDV, Guinness Diamond Technology Partners, Inc. Dover Industries, Inc.

Ecolab, Inc. Engineering Animation Inc. ExxonMobil Corporation Fidelity Investments Field Container Company First Union Securities, Inc. Ford Motor Company Goldman Sachs & Co. Guidant Corporation J.P. Morgan & Co. Incorporated Kraft Foods, Inc. Lehman Brothers, Inc. Lexecon Inc. Lilly McKinsey & Company, Inc. Merrill Lynch & Co., Inc. Nabisco Inc. Nortel Networks The Northern Trust Company Oak State Products, Inc. Pacific Investment Management Co. Pfizer Inc. Pittway Corporation PricewaterhouseCoopers LLC The Procter & Gamble Company Prudential Securities, Inc. Putnam Investment Management Regents Park Reliant Energy Robert R. McCormick Charitable Trust R. R. Donnelley & Sons Company Salomon Smith Barney/Citibank Shima American Corporation Sprint Corporation State Farm Mutual Automobile Insurance Company Stepan Company Telephone and Data Systems, Inc. Texaco, Inc. Toronto/Dominion Securities Towers Perrin Triarc Companies UBS Warburg Unilever United Airlines, Inc. Wachovia Corporation The Walt Disney Company Xerox Corporation

M.B.A. Career Services Staff
Glenn Sykes Julie Morton

Director 773.702.7405 glenn.sykes@gsb.uchicago.edu
Kevin Baltz

Senior Associate Director 773.834.3591 julie.morton@gsb.uchicago.edu
Kelly Gorman

Associate Director 773.702.9188 kevin.baltz@gsb.uchicago.edu
Char Bennington

Information Systems Coordinator 773.834.2083 kelly.gorman@gsb.uchicago.edu
Leigh Hartley

Associate Director 773.834.2618 char.bennington@gsb. uchicago.edu
Trish Byrnes

Manager, On-Campus Recruiting Operations 773.702.7407 leigh.hartley@gsb.uchicago.edu
Cristina Shepard

Associate Director 773.702.4284 trish.byrnes@gsb.uchicago.edu
Christopher Collins

Assistant Director 773.702.9189 cristina.shepard@gsb.uchicago.edu
Paul Steven

Assistant Director 773.702.9190 chris.collins@gsb.uchicago.edu
Douglas Culp

Assistant Director, Information Systems 773.702.7016 paul.steven@gsb.uchicago.edu
Barbara Vance

Coordinator 773.702.5092 douglas.culp@gsb.uchicago.edu
Janice Farrar

Office Manager 773.702.7436 barbara.vance@gsb.uchicago.edu
Kimberly White-Johnson

Assistant Director 773.702.9209 janice.farrar@gsb.uchicago.edu
Marjorie Gagnon

Assistant Director, Career Resource Center 773.702.7406 marjorie.gagnon@gsb. uchicago.edu
Brooke Helmers

Manager, Career Resource Center 773.702.7406 kimberly.white-johnson@gsb. uchicago.edu
Receptionist

773.702.4286
The University of Chicago Graduate School of Business endorses the M.B.A. Career Services Council standards for reporting M.B.A. employment statistics.

Assistant Director 773.834.2839 brooke.helmers@gsb. uchicago.edu
Christopher Leiker

Coordinator, Job Postings and Resume Referral Service 773.702.2627 chris.leiker@gsb.uchicago.edu

M.B.A. Career Services

The University of Chicago Graduate School of Business 6030 South Ellis Avenue Chicago, Illinois 60637 773.702.7405 gsb.uchicago.edu


				
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