The firm prides itself on working with the companies of tomorrow, and hosts annual awards events to honor leading entrepreneurs around the world, says Shirley Jackson, global lead for recruitment.What they're looking for: A global mindset is key, says Jackson: Recruiters look for team players who can deliver outstanding client service and work effectively with people who have diverse backgrounds, skills and perspectives.
EY hired more than 24,000 entry-level employees over the last fiscal year -- most of them former interns -- and expects to hire even more this year. Business majors are preferred, and in many countries, EY will help students cover the cost of a degree. In the U.K., students can become trainees right out of secondary school. --L.G.
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