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I work for a top MBA employer

Every year, research firm Universum USA surveys B-school students to see where they most want to work, for an exclusive CNNMoney list. We asked recent MBA hires at some of the top 15 employers what they love about their companies.

Jackson Castleberry at Google.

Top MBA Employers rank: 1
% of MBAs who want to work there: 25.70%
Headquarters: Mountain View, Calif.

What makes it so great?
"There were two things that really attracted me to Google: the reputation that Google had helping to transform businesses -- from large companies down to mom and pop pizzerias -- and the reputation for hiring amazing, smart people. There was an energy and excitement there that was palpable. I said I really want to be part of that. One of the things that I love about working here is a sense of camaraderie, everybody is proud of their team and the product. I spent five years in the navy as an intelligence offer and there are a lot of similarities -- the emphasis on leadership and that camaraderie. You have that strong bond that is exciting to be around."
-- Jackson Castleberry, 2009 graduate of the Darden School of Business

Getting hired:
In 2010, the year Castleberry started, Google increased its employee base by 4,500 people. Google offers a wide array of job opportunities for recent graduates, from e-commerce and advertising to developing new web technologies.

Source: Universum USA
* Based on survey respondents who selected as one of their top 5 ideal employers. Methodology
By Jessica Dickler - Last updated September 28 2011: 2:26 PM ET
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