Bloomberg BusinessWeek's Best Internships 2009

by Vault Education Editors | December 23, 2009

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Bloomberg BusinessWeek released its list of the Best Internships of 2009 earlier this month. The ranking focuses on how well the program launches its participants' careers--in particular the percentage of interns the company hires for full-time positions after graduation. A number of the top programs increased the proportion of their intern class hired full-time by 30 percent. That said, it's not surprising, that the top 10 are large, multinational companies that could afford to expand their internship programs in 2009. That said, the Big Four accounting firms dominate the top of the list, taking four of the top five spots (Procter & Gamble sneaks in at No. 4). Without further ado, the top 10 of Bloomberg BusinessWeek's Best Internships:

  1. Deloitte
  2. KPMG
  3. Ernst & Young
  4. Procter & Gamble
  5. PricewaterhouseCoopers
  6. Goldman Sachs
  7. Target
  8. UBS
  9. Accenture
  10. GE

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