McKinsey and Co Review Data

237 total review submissions

YearPositionLocationGroup/DivisionOverall
2018InternSão PauloN/AGreat team environment, fun moments, great benefits, local…Long hours of work, miss of clear guidelines for work, low…
20191st Year AnalystTorontoStrategy and OperationsExtremly high salary with very strong benefit plan. Co-…Working here can include long hours. Hours depend on…
20191st Year AssociateChicagoIndustrialsGreat pay, interesting projects. Lots of client engagements…Incredibly long hours, lots of travel demand. Depending on…
20191st Year AnalystOsloGeneralist- Genuine caring for one's own career development…- Long hours when busy
- Low compensation given…
2019ConsultantTorontoManagement ConsultingGreat place to learn a ton of new things across completely…Lifestyle is tough. The firm culture is strong on travel…
2019Research AnalystWalthamEnergy* Lots of professional development

*…
* Seen as "second rate" (looked down upon by…
20191st Year AnalystChicagoGeneralistVery nice work life balance which helps to manage the…Generally high intensity and lots of very high expectations…
2018Summer Associate InternChicagoGeneralistReally incredible organization to work for. The best of the…It's consulting so obviously the commitment is…
20191st Year AnalystClevelandGeneralistI have not worked at the company yet. I only have an offer…I have not worked at the company yet. I only have an offer…
20183rd+ Year AssociateNew YorkGeneralistGreat access to senior leaders in the industry. Incredible…Work life balance can be brutal, especially in terms of…
2018Engagement ManagerlondonGeneralistInteresting work. Good people. Good perks/benefits. Good…Frequent travel and long hours. My gosh what is up with…
2018Engagement ManagerWashington, DC, USAGeneralistGreat people, great problems to work on, great exit…Lifestyle is not actually as bad as people often complain…
20172nd Year AssociateNew YorkConsultingWork Life Balance
Entrepreneurship
Ability to…
Lack of Structure
Career Progression Unclear
20191st Year AnalystDallasGeneralistHigh exposure: As a first year analyst I've had daily…Other firms now pay more for incoming analysts than…
2018Vice PresidentNew YorkGeneralistImportance of decisions
Intellectual challenge of…
Work-life balance
Too many random, less traditional…
20171st Year AnalystLondonPrivate EquityNot too much.
Great environment for professional…
Very very long hours - no work life balance
Too…
20142nd Year AnalystStamfordGeneralistReally enjoyed the emphasis on professional development and…Travel was difficult, and oftentimes I felt like I was…
20181st Year AnalystNew YorkGeneralistEveryone at McKinsey is very talented. After all, you'…The work hours are quite long. While I only work around 65-…
20183rd+ Year AnalystHong KongGeneralistPeople really care about ur development - by driven by the…Sometimes the hours could be long and do monkey work.…
20161st Year AnalystBostonGeneralistHappy time there. Great people and leadership. Liked how…Too many hours. We were working a little too hard for some…
20181st Year AnalystHa NoiManagement ConsultingGreat mentorship and training programs
Traveling…
Office is small and people are not usually around.
20182nd Year AnalystMilanGeneralist* Great perks and benefits
* Steep learning…
* Lots of travelling and very bad work life balance…
20153rd+ Year AnalystSan FranciscoGeneralistGreat expertise in developing knowledge across general…Associates and partners are a mixed bag, long hours, travel…
20181st Year AssociateDenverGeneralist- Flexibility on how to do the work.
- Flexibility…
- Had to work late nights frequently.
- Hard to get…

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