Top MBA Employers rank: 2
% of MBAs who want to work there: 16.59%
Headquarters: New York, N.Y.
What makes it so great?
"I was interested in working at a large organization, and looking for a place where I thought I would be able to find people to really help me develop. The folks here have a real diversity of backgrounds in a way that surprised me. There are doctors, lawyers, those with a background in politics. To me, that's made a more interesting and exciting group of people to work with."
-- Molly Lindsay, 2010 graduate of the Stanford Graduate School of Business
Year after year, MBAs like Lindsay consider the consulting firm a great training ground for a future in business -- with good reason. More than 150 McKinsey alumni are CEOs of companies exceeding $1 billion in annual revenue and more than one in five start their own businesses after leaving the firm.
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