Employment Report

When the world's most selective organizations seek new talent, they turn to Berkeley Haas. The school's key location and deep ties to global firms provides you with the tools and connections you need to launch the next stage of your career.

Top financial institutions and technology companies are among those that hire Haas graduates as interns and full-time employees. Employers seek out Berkeley MFE students, because they demonstrate not only a mastery of powerful quantitative and management tools, but also a solid understanding of best practices for the changing technological, global, and human dimensions of business.

Our employment report showcases the career trends, hiring trends, and salaries of our most recent graduates.

Class of 2021

Full-time positions, Class of 2021

Total number of students: 94

Students looking for jobs: 93

Students who received offers: 92

Compensation

Average first year total compensation: $176,465

Median first year total compensation: $167,500

Average base salary: $125,821

Median base salary: $130,000

Average signing bonus: $17,191

Median signing bonus: $10,000

Average year-end bonus: $33,452

Median year-end bonus: $30,000

 

Industries

Investment Banking, 33%

Asset Management, 18%

Hedge Fund, PE, VC, 17%

Tech/Fintech, 14%

Trading House, 8%

Other (includes consulting and rating agencies), 10%

Functions

Quant Research and Analysis, 41%

Strats/Structuring, 21%

Data Scientist, 20%

Trading, 10%

Developer/Engineer, 4%

Risk, 4%

Recent Hiring Firms

BlackRock

Blackstone

Citadel

Citi

Farallon Capital

Goldman Sachs

ICE

JPMorgan Chase & Co.

McKinsey & Company

Millennium

Moody's

Morgan Stanley

PIMCO

Point72

RBC

UBS

Job Location

East Coast (New York Tri-State Area, Boston, DC Metro): 47%

California: 31%

U.S., Other: 12%

International: 10%