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50 companies every business major dreams of working for

A new study identifies just which employers are most sought-after among business undergrads. Hot tip: Nearly every single one is hiring on Monster.

50 companies every business major dreams of working for

Close your eyes and picture your dream company. What does it look like?

We’ll give you another minute…OK, open ‘em (and keep reading).

Universum, a global research and advisory firm, asked 265,000 business undergraduates that very question, and recently published a list of 50 companies that qualified as “dream” companies based on the reports of the students.

So, which companies did they see when they closed their eyes?

Google was the top pick—and after checking out the company’s cool perks, great pay and fun work environment, we can see why. The survey found that the companies most attractive to the millennial undergrads were ones that offered a well-balanced lifestyle that encompasses work with personal time. The business students named other tech giants like Apple, Microsoft and IBM, as well.

But the companies that made Universum’s list spanned far beyond Silicon Valley. Everything from brewers like Heineken and Anheuser-Busch InBev to cosmetic company L’Oreal and luxury fashion house Louis Vuitton made the cut. A ton of auto manufacturers like Ford Motor Company and General Motors and big-name car brands BMW and Volkswagen were also singled out as highly desirable employers for this subset of millennials.

Want to make your dreams come true? Nearly all of these sought-after companies are hiring on Monster. Click through the ranked list of companies below to see what these top employers are hiring for, and make your dream a reality.

 

Company

1. Google

2. Apple

3. EY (Ernst & Young)

4. Goldman Sachs

5. PwC (PricewaterhouseCoopers)

6. Deloitte

7. Microsoft

8. KPMG

9. L’Oreal

10. JPMorgan Chase

11. McKinsey & Company

12. The Boston Consulting Group (BCG)

13. Procter & Gamble

14. Morgan Stanley

15. BMW

16. Nike

17. Sony

18. The Coca-Cola Co.

19. Adidas

20. Unilever

21. Johnson & Johnson

22. Bank of America Merrill Lynch

23. IKEA

24. IBM

25. Nestle

26. Bain & Company

27. Deutsche Bank

28. LVMH Louis Vuitton Moet & Hennessey

29. Accenture

30. Citi

31. Barclays

32. PepsiCo

33. General Electric

34. Grant Thornton

35. HSBC

36. Daimler AG

37. Heineken

38. Credit Suisse

39. Intel

40. Volkswagen

41. Anheuser-Busch InBev

42. Ford Motor Company

43. Oracle

44. Toyota

45. UBS

46. General Motors

47. Samsung

48. Shell

49. Dell

50. 3M

 


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