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Baruch MFE Baruch MFE Employment - December 2015 graduates


Baruch MFE Director
As of November 17, 2015, 20 of 27 December 2015 Baruch MFE graduates seeking employment in the financial industry received offers, all of them from financial companies from New York.
First Year Guaranteed Compensation
Dec15 (as of 11/17/15) High: 195K; Low: 85K; Average: 122K; Median: 110K

Dec14-May15 High: 180K; Low: 85K; Average: 111K; Median: 100K
Dec13-May14 High: 170K; Low: 70K; Average: 109K; Median: 100K
Dec12-May13 High: 165K; Low: 70K; Average: 113K; Median: 105K
Dec11-May12 High: 150K; Low: 70K; Average: 101K; Median: 95K

Employers (by type)
Investment banks 75%
Asset management 15%
Trading 5%
Financial Software 5%

Employers (selected)
Alphadyne Asset Management
Bank of America Merrill Lynch
Credit Suisse
Goldman Sachs
Hudson River Trading
JP Morgan
Morgan Stanley

Note: The first year compensation reported here is the compensation guaranteed at the time of employment. It consists of the starting salary plus the signing bonus plus any first year bonus guaranteed in the offer letter, if any. The annual performance-based bonus is not included here. In other words, the first year total compensation of our graduates is higher than the guaranteed compensation reported.

The 2013-2015 Baruch MFE Employment Report is available at http://mfe.baruch.cuny.edu/wp-content/uploads/2015/09/2013-2015_Baruch_MFE_Employment_Report.pdf

More detailed stats will be posted at Employment Statistics - Baruch MFE Program