5.  PwC (PricewaterhouseCoopers)

2017 top new grad employers

PwC wanted to learn from its millennial workers, so a few years ago the company enlisted its younger digital natives to reverse-mentor social media "bootcamps" that helped teach the rest of its staff how to navigate social media. Now everyone is on board, and updates on internal communications are posted to Twitter.

PWC knows its millennial employees value their time on and off the clock, so the company created a flexibility plan that accommodates staffers' personal priorities. Team members can agree on work-at-home days, early-departure nights and scheduled personal time. It's not about working less, according to PWC. It's about working differently. --T.Z.

First published June 30, 2017: 4:35 PM ET
Source: Data source: Universum Global
How we pick the Top Employers for New Grads: Think of it as a popularity contest for companies: Every year research firm Universum Global ranks the most desirable employers, based on where undergraduate students around the world say they'd most like to work after graduation. Rankings here are for business students. For engineering/IT rankings, see the full list. More

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