Top MBA Employers rank: 8
% of MBAs who want to work there: 9.63%
What makes it so great?
"I was really interested in retail and a general management experience. I really enjoy what I do here, a big part of it is because you get a lot of ownership and responsibility. There are always new challenges and I really feel that I have decision making power over the business and can do things that drive change, which is rare for a business student right out of school. It's very rewarding to see something you do come to fruition. As for the Amazon culture, I bought a lot more jeans since I started and we have a team dog, JJ, and we take a break every so often to throw balls with JJ. It's a great environment to be in."
-- Claire O'Donnell, 2010 graduate of Harvard Business School
Amazon says the company hired hundreds of MBAs in the past year and will hire hundreds in the year to come. "Our MBA graduates own big problems and big spaces, and we expect them to become our senior leaders in a very short amount of time," said Michele Glisson, a spokeswoman for the company.
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