Top 100 Employers of Choice for Business Students

Posted October 21, 2011 by

The recently posted article, Top 100 Ideal Employers for 2011 College Students and Recent Graduates, discussed the importance of employers having a positive brand on-campus as it made their recruitment efforts easier. In short, the best candidates want to work for the best employers so those best employers are better able to recruit the best candidates, which makes those employers even better.

Universum publishes a survey each year in which employers are ranked as the most ideal by tens of thousands of students at hundreds of colleges and universities. For 2011, the top 100 employers of choice as ranked by business students are:

Company Ranking 2011
Google 1
Apple 2
Walt Disney Company 3
Ernst & Young 4
PricewaterhouseCoopers, LLP 5
Deloitte 6
J.P. Morgan 7
Nike 8
KPMG LLP 9
Goldman Sachs 10
FBI 11
Facebook 12
Microsoft 13
The Coca-Cola Co. 14
Procter & Gamble 15
Bank of America Merrill Lynch 16
United Nations 17
Morgan Stanley 18
U.S. Department of State 19
Johnson & Johnson 20
Central Intelligence Agency 21
U.S. Department of the Treasury 22
Coach 23
Sony 24
Marriott 25
Hilton Hotels Corporation 26
BMW 27
Macy’s Inc. 28
Starbucks 29
Federal Reserve Bank 30
Target 31
L’Oréal 32
Hyatt Hotels & Resorts 33
Amazon 34
Wells Fargo & Company 35
Southwest Airlines 36
adidas 37
IBM 38
Peace Corps 39
General Electric 40
Grant Thornton LLP 41
Boeing 42
PepsiCo 43
Citi 44
Internal Revenue Service 45
IKEA 46
Time Warner 47
American Cancer Society 48
Under Armour, Inc. 49
The Boston Consulting Group 50
LVMH 51
Electronic Arts 52
The World Bank Group 53
Barclays Capital 54
Deutsche Bank 55
NASA 56
Anheuser-Busch InBev 57
McKinsey & Company 58
Teach for America 59
Gap Inc. 60
American Express 61
Yahoo! 62
National Security Agency (NSA) 63
American Airlines 64
Lockheed Martin Corporation 65
Nestlé USA 66
Best Buy 67
AT&T 68
Mayo Clinic 69
Verizon 70
Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) 71
Delta Airlines 72
Kraft Foods 73
Accenture 74
Fidelity Investments 75
3M 76
Turner Broadcasting System 77
U.S. Department of Energy 78
Credit Suisse 79
UBS 80
Bain & Company 81
Exxon Mobil Corporation 82
General Mills 83
Wal-Mart Stores, Inc. 84
United Airlines 85
National Institutes of Health 86
Hewlett-Packard 87
U.S. Air Force 88
Heineken 89
Kohl’s 90
Intel 91
U.S. Department of Veteran Affairs 92
Rolls-Royce North America 93
MillerCoors 94
FedEx 95
Allstate 96
The Blackstone Group 97
eBay 98
Ford Motor Company 99
Centers for Disease Control 100
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