Top 25 Employers Of Wharton Undergrads

by John A. Byrne on

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A Wharton undergraduate degree is a key that unlocks the door to many of the world’s most prestigious employers. The list of companies that are among the larger hirers of Wharton grads is like a who’s who of American business. They include all the leading financial service firms and consulting shops, along with all the top technology companies from Google to Microsoft. For four of the past five years, Goldman Sachs has been Wharton’s largest and most reliable corporate recruiter, taking 122 of the school’s undergraduates in the past five years (see below).

Wharton’s Top 25 Employers of Undergrads

 

Employer 2013 Hires 2012 Hires 2011 Hires 2010 Hires 2009 Hires
  1. Goldman Sachs 24 32 24 28 14
  2. Morgan Stanley 18 17 20 11 10
  3. Boston Consulting Group 16 17 15 17 10
  4. J.P. Morgan/Chase 15 11 16 11 11
  5. Citigroup 13 12 21 18 19
  6. Bain & Co. 12 10 10 4 7
  6. McKinsey & Co. 12 14 14 2 6
  6. Blackstone 12 8 12 12 7
  9. Evercore Partners 10 6 6 5 7
10. American Express 9 7 1 6 7
10. Barclays Capital 9 16 13 10 11
10. Credit Suisse 9 17 11 12 20
13. Macy’s/Bloomingdale’s 8 6 2 5 3
13. Deloitte Consulting 8 NA 11 7 3
15. Bank of America/Merrill Lynch 7 8 11 15 14
16. Oliver Wyman 7 8 10 4 2
17. UBS 6 8 13 8 6
17. Wells Fargo 6 4 4 2 3
19. Applied Predictive Technologies 5 4 NA 1 NA
19. Blackrock 5 12 5 NA 5
19. Capital One 5 NA 2 NA 3
19. Google 5 4 3 8 1
19. Microsoft 5 5 12 3 7
19. Moelis & Co. 5 NA 7 6 4
19. PricewaterhouseCoopers 5 5 5 1 3

Source: Wharton career plans survey reports

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