The most popular field is the internet publishing industry.
After graduation, men go on to earn an average of $108K per year compared to women, who earn around $134K.
Mountain View, Calif. is also a common destination for Harvard Business School grads and offers the best pay with a median salary of $136K. For comparison, the lowest-paying city popular with Harvard Business School alumni is Washington, DC, which offers a median salary of $118K.
A graduate with a Master of Business Administration (MBA), General & Strategic Management from Harvard Business School can rake in a whopping average $178K per year, more than any other degree from this school. Average annual salaries for those with a Master of Business Administration (MBA) are the lowest of the pack, earning about $119K.
Project Management is a popular skill among Harvard Business School alumni, with over a third of grads reporting using it on the job. Harvard Business School grads who have experience with Project Management can expect to make 8 percent more than other alumni (approximately $130K on average).
Benefits and Perks
As for time away from work, the larger part of alumni are compensated for vacation days, but only two-fifths of alumni can take paid time off due to illness. Health benefits extend to the vast majority of graduates, and most alums also receive dental coverage. Nearly all former students allocate some part of their earnings to a company-sponsored 401(k) savings plan. Harvard Business School alumni are rewarded with additional benefits, such as a casual working environment, life insurance, stock purchase plan, and a company-subsidized cell phone.