All students
% of MBA candidates who say they'd ideally like to work in key sectors
Industry 2011
Financial services 25%
Management consulting 25%
Strategy consulting 21%
Banks 12%
Fast moving consumer goods 11%
Media and advertisement 10%
Business services and operational consulting 10%
Software and computer services 10%
Travel and leisure 9%
Pharmaceuticals and biotech 8%
Health care equipment and services 7%
Consumer electronics 7%
Oil & gas 7%
Fashion and accessories 6%
Public sector and governmental agencies 6%
Other 6%
Beverages 5%
Retailers 5%
Engineering and manufacturing 5%
Real estate 5%
Published July 18, 2011
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