Internships are key to shaping your career path. They allow you to gain real world experience, and most importantly, let you test drive a company.
Good internships, however, are tough to get. It’s especially intense on Wall Street, where thousands of applicants with stellar grades pour in each summer.
To make your life easier, Vault.com has surveyed more than 11,000 current and former interns to compile a list of best internships for 2017.
The respondents were asked to rate and review their own internship experiences based on various factors, such as compensation and meaningfulness of assignments. On a scale of 1 to 10, respondents rated their internship experiences in five main areas: interview process, quality of life, career development, compensation and benefits, and full-time employment prospects.
Vault then averaged the rating for each company and ranked them in order. Take a look at the 10 highest rated internships among investment banks: