Top MBA Employers rank: 14
% of MBAs who want to work there: 6.71%
Headquarters: New Brunswick, N.J.
What makes it so great?
"At London Business School, there were a number of alumni that had joined J&J. The thing that struck me the most was that they continued to be passionate about what they were doing after joining the workforce. That's what motivated me to apply and I was lucky to get an opportunity. I was hired into the diagnostic business, it's a pretty exciting place to be. I'm on a strategic marketing team which is assessing new diagnostic technology. We always lead with thinking about the impact they can have either on the patient, doctors or nurses -- that remains our primary concern. The culture of the team is that if it can make a difference within healthcare, then there really is potential there."
-- Rishi Rattan, 2009 graduate of the London Business School
In 2009, Rattan was one of 260 hires companywide. The consumer products giant hires MBAs to work in North America and abroad, across the company's three major business segments -- Consumer, pharmaceuticals and medical devices and diagnostics.
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