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How many candidates apply for one entry-level position at MBB?

 
#1 How many candidates apply for one entry-level position at MBB?
02/05/2019 09:48

sigismund333

Dear community,

I know that the reason for the difficult interview process is largely due to the fact that so many candidates apply for one entry-level position at MBB... But do you have any rough numbers on the applicant/job ratio? (perhaps also on the #candidates get invited for an interview/job ratio?) Would be great!

Thank you :)

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#2 RE: How many candidates apply for one entry-level position at MBB?
02/05/2019 12:29

DonLeslie to sigismund333 (#1)

At a business school conference a McKinsey consultant mentioned 250-300 applications to produce one hire. This was back in 2015ish. He also gave the cost-per-hire at $50,000. My mental maths wasn't quick enough to query this with him. It implies a hiring budget of $1.5bn....

I don't have any info on the interview-to-hire ratio.

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#3 RE: How many candidates apply for one entry-level position at MBB?
03/05/2019 09:45

DonLeslie to DonLeslie (#2)

Whoops...my mental maths still not good. That figure should be $150m...

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