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Last Updated Apr 29, 2021 by

Video Recap: MBA Recruiting Intel from Bain and J.P. Morgan

It’s never too early to start thinking about recruiting…or is it? We spoke with Keith Bevans, Global Head of Consultant Recruiting at Bain & Co., and Lauren Birnie, Vice President, Head of Firmwide MBA Recruiting at J.P. Morgan to discuss just that. Clear Admit and the MBA recruiting reps from... Read more »

Last Updated Mar 18, 2019 by

Episode 33: Keith Bevans of Bain & Company Discusses Consulting, Recruiting and More

Bain & Company—widely considered one of the most elite consulting firms in the world—is a coveted post-MBA destination for students at top business schools in every part of the globe.  Our guest today, Keith Bevans, is a partner in Bain & Company’s Chicago office and also heads Bain’s global consultant... Read more »

Last Updated Jan 23, 2018 by

How to Break into Consulting at Bain—Tips from the Global Head of Consultant Recruiting

For business school students gunning for a career in consulting post-graduation, Bain & Company is on an exclusive shortlist of the most elite consulting firms in the world. Considered the third “B” in “MBB”—the acronym used to refer to McKinsey, Boston Consulting Group (BCG), and Bain—the Boston-headquartered firm boasts 53... Read more »

Last Updated Dec 5, 2017 by

Top Tuck 2017 Employment Stat Takeaways: Salaries Up, Tech Growing, West Beckons

Dartmouth’s Tuck School of Business today became the latest leading business school to share details from its Class of 2017 MBA Employment Report, revealing an all-time high average first-year base salary and signing bonus of $158,194. To get there, the mean base salary climbed to $127,986 from last year’s $123,934,... Read more »

Last Updated Mar 15, 2017 by

What Bain & Company Looks for in MBA Hires

Bain & Company—widely considered one of the most elite consulting firms in the world—is a coveted post-MBA destination for students at top business schools in every part of the globe. Headquartered in Boston with 53 offices in 34 countries around the world, Bain employs more than 7,000 people and counts... Read more »

Last Updated Jan 10, 2017 by

MIT Sloan 2016 Employment Report Reveals Slightly Slipping Salaries

MIT Sloan School of Management late last week released its 2016 MBA Employment Report, revealing slightly slipping salaries year over year and slightly lower percentages of graduates heading into consulting and technology than in prior years. The pharmaceutical/healthcare industry drew the third largest percentage of graduates—5.8 percent—knocking investment banking out... Read more »

Last Updated Dec 6, 2016 by

Student Perspectives: Stacey Eryn Chin’s Path to McKinsey

Stacey Eryn Chin, a recent graduate from UC Berkeley’s Haas School of Business, headed off to work as a consultant for McKinsey in its San Francisco office. Prior to business school, Chin held roles that ranged from education and youth leadership development to venture philanthropy and social enterprise. “I loved the work... Read more »

Last Updated Oct 18, 2016 by

Student Perspectives: Landing a Job at Bain with Limited Pre-MBA Experience

Recent NYU Stern School of Business graduate Carla Giugale, 26, was younger than many of her business school classmates and came from a nontraditional background to boot. An art history major in college, her work experience prior to Stern consisted of two years teaching fourth graders at an elementary school... Read more »

Last Updated Oct 17, 2016 by

Student Perspectives: Veteran Olivia Anglade Heads to BCG

A self-professed “Navy brat,” Olivia Anglade grew up in Seoul, Korea, went to Stanford as an undergrad with an Army ROTC scholarship, picked up a master’s degree in engineering while at Stanford, and then set off to serve her country in exchange for the education she’d received. “I can do this,” thought Anglade.... Read more »

Last Updated Oct 15, 2016 by

Student Perspectives: Google Spots Googliness in Mohsin Alvi

Mohsin Alvi came to business school thinking he wanted to go into consulting, went through the recruiting process, secured an internship at Deloitte and converted his internship into a full-time offer. Mohsin Alvi, Haas MBA ’16 Along the way, he got an unsolicited email from Google about a project process manager... Read more »

Last Updated Sep 28, 2016 by

Student Perspectives: Jake Doroshow’s Path to Goldman Sachs

Jake Doroshow, 28, graduated from Stern in May 2016 and started a job at Goldman Sachs as a private wealth advisor in July. An undergraduate finance major who spent his pre-MBA career first at BlackRock and then at First Niagara Bank, thought he might like to stay in the finance industry.... Read more »

Last Updated Feb 19, 2013 by

Clear Admit’s Stacey Oyler Sheds Light On MBA Summer Internship Hiring Process At Top Firms Like McKinsey

It’s first-year internship recruiting season at business schools across the United States. As students scramble to line up interviews with potential employers, they confront a complex process made even more complicated by the demands of their first-year core coursework and other campus commitments. Last week, Clear Admit spoke with Stacey... Read more »

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