(Bloomberg) -- Technology has started to catch up to banking and consulting as one of the top industries for business school graduates, and it's not just Silicon Valley schools producing tech-hungry MBAs. A handful of B-schools in unlikely regions graduated more of their students into technology jobs in 2014 than any other industry, according to data the schools provided to Bloomberg for our 2015 business school rankings.

A few schools in Utah, Texas, Arizona, Pennsylvania, Colorado, and Southern California all graduated a higher share of MBAs who went into tech than Stanford's Graduate School of Business. Stanford still sent a higher proportion of students into the industry, at 19 percent, than the 16 percent across all full-time MBA programs we ranked.

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