Banks used to be the top recruiters from top business schools such as Harvard, MIT Sloan and Stanford, but business research conducted by Business-Because suggests the trend is shifting. Technology companies are increasingly being the choice of employment for a number of MBAs and thus fresh graduates are moving to Silicon Valley rather than Wall Street. Jobs at Silicon Valley provide more flexible working options and improved perks as opposed to more rigid Wall Street financial firms. Goldman Sachs and Citibank continue to be dislodged from the top of the pie by firms such as Apple, Microsoft, Adobe, Google and Amazon. For obvious geographic reasons, the biggest such shift is occurring at Stanford and Berkeley but even northern institutes such as Harvard and Michigan Ross are exhibiting this change.

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