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Brocker.Org: The top 15 organizations business majors want to work for after graduation

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Google takes the top spot on this list.Adam Berry / Stringer / Getty Images

Where do business students want to work these days?

To find out, Universum, a global research and advisory firm, surveyed 81,102 students from 359 universities in the US about their views on employers.

Out of those respondents, 26,809 were studying business.

Universum ranked a number of well-known companies (and a few governmental agencies), based on the percentage of business students who reported that they’d want to work for the organization.

Here are the top 15 organizations that business students have their eyes on:


15. Microsoft

15. Microsoft

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Microsoft is an American tech company based in Redmond, California.

Percentage of business students who want to work there: 6.16%

14. Patagonia

Patagonia is an outdoor clothing brand that was founded in 1973.

Percentage of business students who want to work there: 6.17%

13. PwC (PricewaterhouseCoopers)

One of the “Big Four” accounting firms, PwC is based in London.

Percentage of business students who want to work there: 6.61%

12. Facebook

12. Facebook

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Founded in 2004, Facebook is a social media service based in Menlo Park, California.

Percentage of business students who want to work there: 6.70%

11. Major League Baseball (MLB)

Headquartered in New York City, the MLB is the oldest major professional sports league in the US.

Percentage of business students who want to work there: 7.00%

10. The Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI)

10. The Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI)

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The FBI reports to the Attorney General and the Director of National Intelligence as the nation’s domestic intelligence and federal law enforcement agency.

Percentage of business students who want to work there: 7.74%

9. Deloitte

One of the “Big Four” accounting firms, Deloitte is headquartered in New York.

Percentage of business students who want to work there: 8.27%

8. EY (formerly Ernst & Young)

EY is one of the “Big Four” accounting firms and is based in London.

Percentage of business students who want to work there: 8.87%

7. Goldman Sachs

7. Goldman Sachs

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Goldman Sachs is a finance company that was first founded in 1869.

Percentage of business students who want to work there: 9.11%

6. J.P. Morgan

6. J.P. Morgan

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Founded in 2000, JP Morgan Chase is the largest bank in the US.

Percentage of business students who want to work there: 9.96%

5. Amazon

5. Amazon

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Founded by Jeff Bezos in 1994, Amazon is an online retailer based in Seattle, Washington.

Percentage of business students who want to work there: 10.43%

4. Nike

4. Nike

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Headquartered near Beaverton, Oregon, Nike is a sports gear and apparel company.

Percentage of business students who want to work there: 13.71%

3. Apple

3. Apple

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Based in Cupertino, California, Apple is the world’s largest tech company by revenue.

Percentage of business students who want to work there: 14.11%

2. Walt Disney Company

2. Walt Disney Company

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Founded in 1923, the Walt Disney Company is the world’s second largest mass media conglomerate.

Percentage of business students who want to work there 18.30%

1. Google

1. Google

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Google is an American tech company based in Mountain View, California.

Percentage of business students who want to work there: 23.37%

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