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Undergraduate Employment Trends

Undergraduate Employment Summary

Moore School graduates are very competitive in the marketplace, accepting challenging jobs with a variety of employers. You can find more information on salary packages and functional roles below. If you don't find the information you are seeking, please contact the Office of Career Management Staff for additional details.

Class of 2015

  • 426 of the 749 May graduates (56.8%) completed the Annual Graduation Survey.
  • 189 (44.0%) of the respondents were female graduates and 228 (53.0%) respondents were male graduates.
  • 357 (85.4%) respondents were white graduates and 61 (14.6%) were non-white graduates.
  • 305 respondents (71.6%) reported they were employed either full or part-time.
  • 69 respondents (16.2%) reported they have been admitted to a graduate or professional school.
  • The average full-time salary for our May 2014 graduates is $51,275.
  • The average salary for our graduates hired in South Carolina is $48,780 for males and $44,130 for females.
  • The average salary for our graduates hired outside of South Carolina is $54,447 for males and $52,185 for females.

Salary by Major

Major
Average Salary 
Accounting
 51,091
Marketing
 47,105
Economics
46,786
Finance
53,367
International Business
57,285
Management
 40,053
Management Science (GSCOM)
 57,070
Real Estate
52,500
Risk Management 56,667
 

Top Employers (Name & number of students hired)

PricewaterhouseCoopers   11 
Textron  10
The Vanguard Group     8
Bank of America    8
Ernst & Young    7 
Target     6 
Total Quality Logistics     6 
Manhattan Associates     6 
Wells Fargo     5 
Boeing     4 
Michelin     4 
Grant Thornton, LLP     4 
Integration Point     3 
TD Bank     3 
Deloitte     3 
Accenture     3 
Amazon.com     3 
Ford Motor Company     3 
Deutsche Bank     3 

 


Class of 2014

  • 437 of the 669 May graduates (65.3%) completed the Annual Graduation Survey.
  • 238 (54.5%) of the respondents were female graduates and 199 (45.5%) respondents were male graduates.
  • 370 (84.9%) respondents were white graduates and 66 (15.1%) were non-white graduates.
  • 302 respondents (67.4%) reported they were employed either full or part-time.
  • 66 respondents (14.7%) reported they have been admitted to a graduate or professional school.
  • The average full-time salary for our May 2014 graduates is $47,920.
  • The average salary for our graduates hired in South Carolina is $41,154 for males and $42,500 for females.
  • The average salary for our graduates hired outside of South Carolina is $50,317 for males and $50,735 for females.

Salary by Major

Major
Average Salary 
Accounting
 50,833
Marketing
 39,667
Economics
50,833
Finance
47,700
International Business
54,783
Management
 40,385
Management Science (GSCOM)
 55,341
Real Estate
48,056
Risk Management 49,000