New research by Bloomberg Businessweek found that at about a third of the top 30 U.S. business school, women earn less than men, post-MBA. Based on last year's statistics, women from McCombs' fulltime MBA program do better.
The full-time Texas MBA Class of 2012 women out-earned the men from that class for the first time in McCombs history, proving that perhaps an MBA is the key to evening the gender pay gap.
As the economy improves, especially in Texas, Career Services teams at McCombs report brisk recruiting and better employment numbers over last year.
BusinessWeek reported on MBA students who are pursuing multiple concentrations in order to make themselves more attractive to a variety of employers.