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by Vault Consulting Editors | January 27, 2009


Last week, Fortune released its always much-anticipated list of the best 100 places to work. Topping the chart?well?don't worry about the No. 1 spot. Let's look at the No. 1 consulting firm on the chart - Boston Consulting Group - which came in at No. 3 on Fortune's ranking. And that's no mean feat, having upset the razor-scootering, free lunch-eating bunch over at Google, which had claimed the top seat for the past two years. A few additional consulting superstars round out the list, including Booz Allen Hamilton, Deloitte, Accenture and SRA International.

(Two guesses as to which consulting firm doesn?t show up on the list. OK, I'll just tell you: Satyam. This will come as a shock to many, I'm sure, as the plot thickens daily.)

And at a time when perks are becoming few and far between, job seekers can use Fortune's perkfinder to find those firms that offer what they're looking for. (Props to BCG for offering 100% health care coverage!)

This feature helps you find the firm you're looking for, but are they looking for you? No worries, Fortune's already taken care of that, having taken stock of the top-20 employers that have at least 350 vacant cubicles right now. (Good news for the 72,000 victims of yesterday's bloodbath?) In the consulting category, you'll find Booz Allen and Accenture, not to mention Ernst & Young, KPMG and PricewaterhouseCoopers, which are all looking to bolster their advisory practice.


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