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William Blair Ranked by Vault

William Blair ranked No. 3, 22, and 14 in Vault’s 2017 Best Investment Bank Internships, 2017 50 Best Internships, and 2017 Vault Banking 50 rankings, respectively.

William Blair ranked No. 3 in Vault’s 2017 Best Investment Bank Internships rankings and the No. 22 spot on the 2017 50 Best Internships rankings. Vault’s internship rankings are compiled based on experience in five areas: quality of life, compensation and benefits, interview process, career development, and full-time employment prospects.

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Earlier this year, William Blair ranked No. 14 in the 2017 Vault Banking 50 Ratings. The Vault Banking 50 is compiled using a weighted formula that reflects the issues banking professionals care most about, combining quality of life rankings (such as culture, satisfaction, work/life balance, training, and compensation) with overall prestige.

In addition to the No. 14 ranking overall, William Blair is ranked within the top 10 in the following categories:

  • Vacation policies
  • Client interaction
  • Corporate social responsibility initiatives
  • International opportunities
  • Work/life balance
  • Compensation
  • Culture
  • Diversity with regard to women
  • Business outlook
  • Diversity
  • Diversity with regard to minorities
  • Formal training
  • Internal mobility
  • Promotion policies
  • Benefits
  • Firm leadership
  • Hours
  • Relationships with managers

View William Blair’s full profile in the Vault rankings.

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