Who's got the connections? Who's got the interview schedules? Whose students keep getting dinged?
Repeats as No. 1. Recruiters say it's tops, students, No. 2.
Recruiters give it the No.2 slot, laud responsiveness.
Although many recruiters dropped it, those that stayed are content.
Recruiters are happier than students, but they're not complaining either.
Grads say it's the best. AggreSsive moves to bring in new recruiters pay.
Students and recruiters agree: Office needs help.
Recruiters give it lowest placement scores.
Students say it's weak on professional contacts.
No placement office gets lower marks from grads.
Students very frustrated, but recruiters give it decent scores.
Ratings are based on a statistical compilation of student and recruiter surveys from the top 25 schools.
DATA: BUSINESS WEEK
Updated Oct. 8, 1998 by bwwebmaster
Copyright 1998, Bloomberg L.P.