Women
Rank
among women
Company % students who
put in top 5
1 Google 19.85%
2 Johnson & Johnson 13.55%
3 Apple 12.77%
4 Walt Disney 12.52%
5 McKinsey & Company 11.66%
6 Procter & Gamble 9.47%
7 Bain & Company 9.26%
7 Nike 9.26%
9 The Boston Consulting Group 8.27%
10 Coca-Cola 7.46%
11 L'Oréal 7.20%
12 J.P. Morgan 7.16%
13 Goldman Sachs Group 6.94%
14 IDEO 6.77%
15 Deloitte 6.69%
16 LVMH 6.60%
17 Microsoft 6.13%
17 Starbucks 6.13%
19 PepsiCo 5.92%
20 Amazon.com 5.70%
21 General Electric 5.49%
22 Nestlé 5.32%
23 General Mills 5.27%
24 American Express 5.14%
24 Target 5.14%
26 Starwood Hotels & Resorts 5.10%
27 U.S. Department of State 4.97%
28 Unilever 4.72%
29 Kraft Foods 4.59%
30 Genentech 4.37%
31 Gap 3.86%
32 Mattel 3.77%
33 Ernst & Young 3.73%
33 PricewaterhouseCoopers 3.73%
35 Sony 3.56%
36 International Business Machines 3.39%
37 Morgan Stanley 3.22%
37 Toyota 3.22%
39 BMW 3.17%
40 Southwest Airlines 3.13%
41 Marriott International 3.04%
42 Bank of America 3.00%
42 The Blackstone Group 3.00%
44 Federal Bureau of Investigation 2.87%
44 Time Warner 2.87%
46 Limited Brands 2.79%
46 Pfizer 2.79%
48 Credit Suisse 2.70%
48 Diageo 2.70%
50 3M 2.66%
50 Deutsche Bank 2.66%
52 Mayo Clinic 2.62%
53 Colgate-Palmolive 2.57%
54 Booz & Company* 2.49%
54 Central Intelligence Agency 2.49%
56 KPMG 2.36%
57 Accenture 2.27%
57 Cisco Systems 2.27%
57 U.S. Department of Energy 2.27%
57 Yahoo 2.27%
61 Amgen 2.19%
61 Barclays Capital 2.19%
63 Booz Allen Hamilton* 2.06%
63 HSBC 2.06%
65 Intel 1.97%
66 MillerCoors 1.89%
67 Anheuser-Busch InBev 1.84%
67 Hewlett-Packard 1.84%
69 Abbott Laboratories 1.67%
69 Chevron 1.67%
71 Exxon Mobil 1.63%
71 Fidelity Investments 1.63%
73 Wal-Mart Stores 1.59%
74 MGM Mirage 1.54%
74 Monitor Group 1.54%
74 S.C. Johnson & Son 1.54%
74 UBS 1.54%
78 Mars Inc. 1.50%
78 Medtronic 1.50%
80 Harrah's Entertainment 1.46%
81 Citigroup 1.41%
81 Eli Lilly 1.41%
81 GlaxoSmithKline 1.41%
81 Hyatt 1.41%
81 Lockheed Martin 1.41%
81 Wells Fargo 1.41%
87 eBay 1.37%
88 Boeing 1.33%
88 BP 1.33%
88 Novartis 1.33%
88 The Hershey Co. 1.33%
92 A.T. Kearney 1.29%
92 Merrill Lynch 1.29%
94 McGraw-Hill Companies 1.24%
95 Dell 1.20%
96 Campbell Soup 1.16%
96 Merck 1.16%
96 The Kellogg Co. 1.16%
96 Thomson Reuters 1.16%
100 Siemens 1.11%
Published May 20, 2009
* Booz Allen Hamilton split into two businesses May 21, 2008 -- one for the government sector that will retain its original name and be sold to private equity firm The Carlyle Group, and another entity called Booz & Company for its commercial business.
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