McKinsey and Co Review Data

229 total review submissions

YearPositionLocationGroup/DivisionOverall
2021Engagement ManagerAtlantaLife SciencesIn general I enjoy McKinsey. The work gets more…It's a huge firm, and there are lot of people who are…
20211st Year AnalystBrusselsN/Avery smart people
nice perks
interview…
difficult interview process
honestly nothing too bad…
20203rd+ Year AnalystAtlantaGeneralistSmart people and great compensation and benefits. Working…Hours can be really tough. High variability in people and…
2020InternNew YorkGeneralistGreat hours and people are great and are always available…The worst part of the internship was that it was virtual;…
2015Senior Vice PresidentHoustonGeneralistYou get really challenging work and cutting edge work. And…Long hours of work, and moving from one study to the next,…
20212nd Year AssociateDallasConsultingHigh Compensation
Significant learning and…
Can be a high stress environment
Long hours on some…
20192nd Year AnalystSan FranciscoGeneralistWork: Content is generally interesting and after a year you…Staffing: Firm staffing is not very focused on professional…
20201st Year AnalystBOSTONRestructuringGreat benefits - healthcare wise. Learning and development…Work life balance - as expected, not great. Team dynamics…
2020Engagement ManagerLondonGeneralistGreat variety of projects, international mobility and…Hours and unpredictability of work, sometimes the content…
20191st Year AnalystSydneyGeneralistEngaging work on the biggest problems with, supportive and…Work hours can be tough as you are typically working 12-16…
20203rd+ Year AnalystChicagoGeneralistWork is not very hard, people are pretty nice, some…Value of the work is often quite questionable; weekends are…
2021Summer Associate InternDallasGeneralistGreat pay great benefits and very high prestige. Looking…Not looking forward to long hours high pressure and high…
2020Engagement ManagerChicagoGeneralistStrong focus on apprenticeship and exposure across multiple…No travel in the pandemic and no boundaries between home…
2016Engagement ManagerNew YorkGeneralistLikely goes without saying that those looking to continue…Need to manage and set boundaries on lifestyle. Anyone is…
20181st Year AnalystlondonEquitiesI was working with some of the smartest people i had ever…Some of the seniors had challenges passing on the knowledge…
2020InternChicagoGeneralistGreat health insurance and welcoming culture; everyone is…Long hours, management talks about improving and hiring…
2020Engagement ManagermadridGeneralistGreat people (friendly, smart, collaborative)
Great…
Very bad worklife balance, no life Mon-Fri, sometimes even…
2014OtherNew yorkN/ASmart colleagues, best in class retirement and benefits and…Relatively low pay until you hit the principal level.…
20182nd Year AnalystDenverCommoditiesGreat team and well led, experienced manager. dedicated BA…BA's are probably the least experienced out of the…
2020InternDenverGeneralistThere are great people all around in my office. This office…Downtown Denver is not as bustling and lively as I thought…
20191st Year AssociateChicagoOperationsReally great place to work. Learned a lot this past year.…Very competitive, and mid-level managers willing to throw…
20201st Year AnalystMontrealEnergyGreat co-workers that have genuine interest in seeing you…Long hours, Monday to Thursday often 8am - midnight or…
20202nd Year AnalystBangaloreEquity Capital MarketsMcKinsey is a place where you can find challenges every day…The company values you as an employee and hence will always…
20201st Year AssociateMelbourneGeneralistFlexibility of work, including opportunity to travel and…Being so connected to your work means that at times you…

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