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Google topped our list of the 17 companies that Millennials would most want to work for, but Goldman Sachs says that Millennials want to work on Wall Street again.

Jun 07 2016

Google topped our list of the 17 companies that Millennials would most want to work for, but Goldman Sachs says that Millennials want to work on Wall Street again. For a variety of reasons—from the tech boom to the financial crash—investment banks haven’t exactly been attracting tons of young talent in the last few years. But Goldman reports that they received over a quarter million applications for summer jobs this year, a 46% increase from 2012. Other evidence indicates that Millennials are warming back up to Wall Street: students completing an M.B.A. increased 15% this year. (Vanity Fair)