Graduates want to work for these firms the most

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Wall Street’s newest recruits are bolting for the 'bulge'.

The New York Post reports that bulge bracket banks JPMorgan and Goldman Sachs beat out private equity firms, hedge funds, and boutique investment bank as the most desirable places to work among the students hunting for financial services jobs, according to a new poll by recruitment firm Options Group.

The poll, which was the first of its kind, shows that Wall Street banks are still well-regarded among new prospects even as the job market has grown increasingly competitive, and more young job-seekers have said that they’re looking for a work-life balance.

Lloyd Blankfein’s firm is the 'ideal employer' among undergraduates, non-business masters, and doctorate students, according to the poll of 123 participants.

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