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Why is Cornell's median tech salary so low?

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Hi everyone, I spent a while looking at each top school's Employment Report. I am most interested in Tech (likely product management) so I compared average salary numbers for each school. Stanford is the only school with an average tech salary of $135,000. All of the following schools have a median salary in Tech of exactly $130,000:
- Harvard
- Wharton
- Booth
- Kellogg
- MIT
- Duke
- UCLA
- Berkeley
- Yale
- Dartmouth
- Carnegie Mellon

Here's the next tier down:
- Ross ($122,650)
- Darden ($122,615)
- Cornell ($122,037)
- NYU Stern ($121,500)

What's the deal with this disparity? It seems that Tech is massively undervaluing Darden, Ross, Cornell, NYU. Why? What's going on here? Would love to hear everyone's thoughts.
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New post 31 Dec 2019, 14:35
FYI the Cornell Tech MBA program's 2019 salary outcomes = $135k base + $40k signing bonus. This is on par with 2019 salary outcomes for HBS, MIT Sloan, Columbia, and Wharton, behind Stanford/Haas, and ahead of Booth and Kellogg.

See: https://tech.cornell.edu/career-managem ... -programs/

Not sure if they published outcomes for the 2Y program yet.
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