MBA employment reports are late at just about every leading business school in the United States this year as schools cope with the effects of the coronavirus pandemic on placement and starting pay for their graduates. But not Georgetown. The McDonough School of Business released its annual report this week, just as it released last year’s report in mid-November, and the conspicuous lack of delay points to how well — in most measures — Georgetown’s Class of 2020 performed.
Basically, even as uncertainty continues this year with the school’s announcement that all spring instruction will be virtual, Georgetown McDonough’s employment numbers have reverted to the levels of three or four years ago. As if in