MBA Salary Average - What Job is Best?Subscribe
This topic is not for people who moved from banking to buy side post MBA and make huge sum of money. Assuming if you have a finance background (non-IBD) and go to MBA to change your career, which jobs (non-Investment Banking Associate/non-Strategy Consultant) usually offer the highest base salary? The reasons I am asking this are because:
Not everyone wants to do IBD/MBB post MBA (think people with family commitment, etc.)
My understanding is that only BB and MBB offer lucrative bonus. Most of other post MBA jobs, base salary is still 80-90% of total package.
Highest MBA Salaries
I can think of some options like below:
Economic Consultant Associate (Cornerstone Research/Analysis Group etc.)
(Senior) Product (Marketing) Manager (Amazon/Google/Microsoft etc.)
Senior Financial Analyst (in a Finance Leadership Development Program like Amazon)
MBA Salary Ranges
Is there any other options and which one you want to go with? assuming if you are in a similar situation like me (have a family, don't want to work crazy hours and don't want to travel like crazy etc.).