So before this becomes outdated, I just wanted to share some thoughts on what Glassdoor published for this year in terms of the highest rated companies by interns. I’m in that intern stage myself and I wanted to go deeper in terms of analysis. πŸ“ˆ

Here’s the original graph that I got from the original article where they published this data.

What I noticed immediately is that the majority of the companies were in either finance or tech, which makes perfect sense because those are the hot fields right now. ♨️

πŸ“Š Now this is what I came up with using Numbers, this is sorted by company rating from the interns:

I highlighted in red the company rating and the interview difficulty if they were in the top 10. So the top 10 highest rated and hardest interviews were highlighted in red. 😱

From this I could infer the following: if you were looking for a great internship experience but didn’t want to the interview to be so bad, Qualcomm, Intel, Bloomberg, Exxon Mobil, Texas Instruments and Johnson and Johnson are the way to go. πŸ˜™

However, the companies that have hard interviews but not necessarily the best intern experience (at least relative to the top guys) were P&G, Morgan Stanley, Goldman Sachs, Amazon, and Broadcom.Β πŸ˜—

And those who just ranked in the top 3 for company rating were Facebook, Google, and Epic (surprise, surprise – all software monopolies). 😚

Either way, you should consider yourself lucky if you get an internship to any of these companies! πŸ˜ƒ

I also have them sorted specifically by interview difficulty, if you’re interested.

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About the Author fvcproductions

I like to dabble with things that ought to be dabbled with.

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