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The Boston Consulting Group

By Dennis McCafferty  |  Posted 11-28-2011

The Boston Consulting Group

(http://www.bcg.com/) Global management consulting firm establishes clear career path, with lots of resources and training to help employees advance.

Bain & Company

(http://bain.com/) Business leadership consulting firm is known for stretching professionals while providing needed support.

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McKinsey & Company (http://www.mckinsey.com/) This advisory firm, which serves businesses, governments and institutions, ranks high on ethics and a lack of internal office politics.

Keller Williams Realty

(http://www.kw.com/kw/) Real estate franchiser offers full-service training and a "caring" atmosphere.

Nestlé Purina Petcare

(http://www.purina.com/) Company specializes in TLC for furry friends - and strong leadership that fosters professional growth.

Accretive Health

(http://www.accretivehealth.com/) Finance company for health-care organizations hires lots of young people to enhance a hard-working but "fun" teamwork environment.

Edelman

(http://edelman.com/) Legendary advertising/PR mega-firm pursues high-profile client work within energized atmosphere.

Sheetz

(http://www.sheetz.com/main/f) Convenience store giant keeps employees happy with upbeat approach and lots of training.

Facebook

(www.facebook.com) Social-media site pushes employees to "do something" when they see a better way of doing things, i.e., a "freedom to think" environment.

Goldman Sachs

(http://www2.goldmansachs.com/) Global financial heavyweight seeks driven talent, rewarding hard work with generous bonuses.