A new survey of MBA students and graduates found that their top employment choice is not bulge bracket banks but consulting firms. Training The Street (TTS) conducted its fifth annual survey of MBA students. The firm says consulting firms recruit more aggressively than the large banks. The survey also found MBA students are very optimistic about their job prospects. In terms of salary, most were receiving job offers with starting salaries between $100,000 and $125,000. 26% of the respondents reported offers of more than $125,000. TheStreet's Susannah Lee speaks with Scott Rostan, President of Training The Street, to find out more.

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