MIMS Career Outcomes

MIMS graduates can be found in a wide range of jobs and industries at the intersection of technology, people, and information.

Graduates go on to successful careers in established technology companies, start-ups, consulting, non-profits, financial services, entertainment, government, health care, and more, in Silicon Valley and around the world.

Graduates apply skills as diverse as data analysis and modeling, machine learning, product management, data visualization, user experience research, user interface design, policy and legal research, cybersecurity, software development, business strategy, information organization and retrieval, and entrepreneurship.

Recent Employers Include

Meta Google Amazon Apple Riot Games GitHub Adobe Visa Volvo Airbnb Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory Microsoft Playstation Salesforce

Recent Job Titles Include

Product manager

Software engineer

Data scientist

Machine learning engineer

UX researcher

Interaction designer

Trust & safety researcher

Product designer

Program manager

Privacy engineer

UX designer

AI researcher

AI & tech lead

Research scientist

Career Fields

Chart of career fields: Engineering | Design | Data Science | Product Management | UX Research | Strategy | Other

Median Salary (class of 2022)

$135,000 median salary
$20,000 median signing bonus *

* Among 45% of respondents who reported receiving a signing bonus.


Career fields graph based on 2018 MIMS graduates. Graph courtesy of Meena Kaushik (MIMS ’20).

Last updated:

June 20, 2023