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Georgetown MiM Class of 2022 Reports Impressive Career Results

After their graduation in May, the Master of Science in Management (MiM) Class of 2022 reported successful career outcomes in their post-graduate roles, earning an average base salary of $84,030 and an average signing bonus of $10,722. Taking into account job classification, industry, and geography, MiM graduates were highly competitive with their peers in achieving top salary and bonus offerings.

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According to the 2022 MiM Employment Report, 93% of students received their job offer within six months of graduation and 91% accepted their offer. The top employers included Amazon, Deloitte, EY, Goldman Sachs, and Slalom Consulting. 

“Through a blend of foundational business, technology intensive coursework, and global perspectives, MiM graduates are prepared to jumpstart their careers across a diverse range of industries and sectors,” said Evelyn Williams, academic director of the MiM program. “We are proud of this class for what they’ve achieved over the past year as they realize their professional goals and pursue careers of impact.”

The top industry for MiM students was consulting at 40%, followed by financial services (33%) and technology (11%). Students also pursued a range of positions in media and entertainment (6%), accounting services (4%), and healthcare (2%), manufacturing (2%), and social impact or nonprofits (2%).  

The diversity of career opportunities also reflects the diverse cohort of students enrolled in the class of 2022. The graduating cohort of 63 students represents 52% women, 36% underrepresented minorities, and 27% international students across 19 countries. With a mean age of 23 and an average of half a year of work experience, the students come from a variety of undergraduate fields of study, including liberal arts and humanities (39%), business and finance (29%), STEM (18%), and economics (14%).

Designed for those who recently earned a bachelor’s degree, the MiM degree is a 10-month, full-time, STEM-designated program that helps rising professionals develop the business, management, and technology skills necessary to succeed in a variety of industries. In addition to real-world coursework such as the signature Global Business Experience course and ongoing career treks, students also benefit from a dedicated career services team that provides one-on-one career coaching, career workshops, curriculum, networking opportunities, and access to Georgetown’s worldwide network of alumni. 

Our career team focuses on whole-person support to help students evaluate their career goals, discover their personal brand, and pivot toward new opportunities.

Karen Kouagou, director of career services

Karen Kouagou adds,“We are committed to helping students identify career paths that align with who they are as a person and what they want to contribute to the world, and we are proud to see the MiM Class of 2022 realizing their professional goals through these exceptional employment outcomes.”

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