Companies like the ones in the title expand and contract on a whim and they axe off large branches at a clip. You mean NOTHING in an organization like that. You're much better off getting into a boutique firm that you've likely never heard of. You'll have a better quality of life and much better job security, and likely make more money in the process. Just don't expect to toss off your graduation cap and expect to be VP in year one. I can't tell you how many of the recent crop I've seen who walk in expecting to have their own assistant and corner office.
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