Top MBA Employers rank: 12
% of MBAs who want to work there: 8.35%
Headquarters: New York
What makes it so great?
"I felt that the culture here was supportive of creative thinking. It's not that you have a unique path, it's that there are all these unique paths. [One colleague] was a professional poker player. My counselor was a documentary film maker before she came here. My background is in the nonprofit world. I started this job as a big experiment, I didn't have a corporate background or a business background. In the year that I've been here I've seen that the long term career options are not hindered by that prospect but rather enhanced by it."
-- Neil Alger, 2009 graduate of the Yale School of Management
Deloitte will hire 370 full-time MBA in 2011. While the firm provides a variety of financial services, such as auditing and risk management, most MBAs, like Alger, join the consulting practice.
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