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Fall 2017

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Class of '17 Goes to Work In business, it's often about the numbers. At BYU Marriott School of Business, however, the bottom line adds up to a lot more than simply profits minus losses. Behind every student ID number is an individual with unique abilities, and it is part of our mission to help place these men and women of faith, char- acter, and professional skills in jobs that launch their careers. by the numbers BY KELLEnE RICKS aDamS the average startIng salary of byu MarrIott full-tIMe Mba students who graduated In 2017 Along with that impressive six-figure average salary, 69 percent of BYU Marriott mBa graduates received a sign- ing bonus; the average signing bonus for these graduates was $19,825. The BYU Marriott graduating class of 2017 also included more than six hundred under- graduate degree earners who landed jobs, with an average salary of $55,273. $102,584 the nuMber of byu MarrIott 2017 graduates who sIgned on the dotted lIne to work for two of the bIg four Deloitte and EY tied this year as the No. 1 employer of BYU Marriott gradu- ates. In fact, EY has been at the top for at least the last five years. And all the Big Four (Deloitte, EY, KPmG, and PwC) are consistently among the top ten recruiters of BYU Marriott students. Other companies that show up regularly in the top-ten list include Goldman Sachs, Amazon, Adobe, and Qualtrics. 50 30 MARRIOTT

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