At Emory University’s Goizueta Business School, about 77% of students from the class of 2014 had secured a job when they graduated, a figure similar to last year, said Pamela Brown, senior director of the BBA Career Management Center at Goizueta.

Goizueta’s three biggest employers—Ernst & Young, PwC, and Deloitte—are sweeping up students, and there are about 35 companies that have hired at least two or more students this year. Median salaries are hovering around $60,000, a trend consistent with the last few years, Brown said.

‘Steady is the word,’ Brown said. ‘We’re right on par with where we’d like to be. Even in finance and consulting, the numbers are exactly the same as last year.’

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