Wall Street and top consulting firms weren't always full of Ivy League grads

Wondering why all of your friends end up at OCR information sessions?

An article in Quartz attributes the recruiting phenomenon of top banks and consulting firms to a "pay to play" system in which recruiters become "'platinum' members of the career services programs" at top institutions.

However, this gold rush of Ivy League schools to Wall Street and top consulting firms didn't start until the 1980s. According to the article, other industries such as healthcare and public service are now finding it hard to compete.

Read more at Quartz...

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