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Top companies

We explore the top companies that you want to work at.  The good, the bad, and the ugly, all driven by our hundreds of thousands of data points to help you find the right company fit for you.

Google Company Guide

Google has always been innovative as a company, most notably for technological innovations.  Perhaps lesser known though, Google was also one of the companies that pioneered the modern day landscape for employer-employee relations in the tech space.

Procter & Gamble Company Guide

Procter & Gamble, also known as P&G, is a popular consumer goods company.  While you may not have heard of them, you’ve definitely heard of Pampers diapers, Bounty paper towels, or Crest toothpaste.  

Facebook Company Guide

Heard of Facebook? Maybe once or twice?  If you’re not one of the 1.79 billion active monthly users, you know someone who is.  Facebook isn’t just a social media site though, it owns several other companies, most notably Instagram and Oculus VR, the leading virtual reality company.  

3M Company Guide

You might not have heard of 3M, but you’ve certainly heard of its products.  3M makes Post-It Notes, as well as 55,000 other products covering a variety of needs.  The multinational conglomerate has over 88,000 employees worldwide and has sold $30 bn in product last year.  

Interview with a Deloitte Hire

Deloitte is considered one of the top four consulting firms in the country, as well as one of the “Big Four” accounting firms.  Founded 172 years ago in London, the firm has an American headquarters in New York City, and employs over 244,000 people worldwide.

McKinsey Company Guide

As one of the leading firms in management consulting, landing a job at McKinsey is incredibly difficult with a low, low offer rate of just about 1% worldwide.

Bank of America Company Guide

Chances are you’ve heard of Bank of America, especially considering there’s probably one every other block in any major city in the US. As the 11th biggest public company in the world, raking in over $80bn in 2015, it’s no surprise that Bank of America finds itself as one of the most attractive companies.

Uber Company Guide

Uber, the company that’s made a fortune out of getting people to do exactly what it is we’ve been taught not to do since we could walk: get into an unknown car with a stranger.

J.P. Morgan Company Guide

J.P. Morgan is a global financial services firm and also one the largest investment banking institutions in the US. Rated among the World’s Most Admired Companies, Top 100 Employers for LGBT Workplace Equality, and Top Companies for Executive Women, it’s no surprise that J.P. Morgan jobs are highly coveted and extremely competitive.

BCG Company Guide

The Boston Consulting Group, more commonly known as just BCG, is one of the 3 largest and most prominent management consulting firms in the world. BCG has been consistently ranked in the top 5 of Fortune’s 100 Best Places to Work, and has been in the top 12 since they first started participating in 2006.

Amazon Company Guide

Founded in 1994, Amazon has changed significantly since its humble days as an online bookstore.  Now worth $250 million, the company has surpassed Wal-Mart ($230 million) as the most valuable retailer in the world, with no signs of stopping.  

Apple Company Guide

Apple is famous for thinking differently and creating consumer electronics that are both easy to use as well as being powerful devices.  The Cupertino based tech giant boasts 98,000 employees worldwide and claims to have created over 1 million jobs.

Ernst & Young Company Guide

Ernst and Young, which rebranded to simply EY in 2013, has been around for a long time.  The company has gone through a lot of mergers and acquisitions, but the company had its first components founded in 1849 in England.  

Goldman Sachs Company Guide

The investment giant Goldman Sachs is the gold standard for many aspiring investment bankers.  Holding 34,800 employees worldwide, the company was founded in 1869 and headquarters in Manhattan.  Goldman Sachs has also been a proving grounds for many future government officials, like Robert Rubin and Henry Paulson, two former Secretaries of the Treasury.

Microsoft Company Guide

Founded in 1975 by Bill Gates, Microsoft has earned its spot as a household name. Microsoft employs over 100,000 people worldwide, with approximately half working out of their corporate headquarters in Redmond, WA.