Johnson & Johnson
Johnson & Johnson

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

Getting hired:
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.


Last updated September 28 2011: 2:26 PM ET
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