Ernst & Young Says It’s Hiring on Campus Like Before the Recession

College recruiting award-winner Ernst & Young is, like PwC, showing signs of better times.

It’s hiring about 9,000 students, including 5,200 from U.S. campuses, in the 2012 fiscal year, which began July 1, 2011. Those pre-recession levels cover the U.S., Canada, Israel, Mexico, and Central and South America. It’ll also use 3,900 interns, and double MBA hiring.

In the U.S., it expects to hire 3,000 grads for full-time jobs, and 2,200 interns.

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The 141,000-person firm also:

  • has a new internship program where interns spend four of the weeks of their internships abroad.
  • is working with CampusLIVE. Later this month it will launch an “Ernst & Young Challenge” on the site.
  • is launching an new ad campaign this fall, using the tagline “See More” to encourage people to learn more about internships and jobs at Ernst & Young. Ads will run in school newspapers, wsj.com, businessweek.com, Pandora, CollegeRecruiter.com, Yahoo.com, and Experience.com.

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