It Is 3 Times Easier To Get Into Harvard Than To Become A Goldman Summer Intern

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While the acceptance ratio at Harvard, the lowest of any university, is 5.9%, Goldman Sachs has just topped it for 'exclusivity'. As Gary Cohn explains in this brief Bloomberg clip, the firm hired 350 summer 'intern' analysts in its investment-banking division from a pool of more than 17,000 applicants - an acceptance ratio of 2%. It seems the firm has no problem attracting 'talent' but it remains in second place for most 'difficult' job to attain... behind flight attendant at Delta Airlines.