Rotman Commerce 2020/2021 Employment Report

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2020/2021

employment report

Ready to contribute.

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Table of Contents

2 Ready for anything: The Rotman Commerce program 4 Class of 2020 by the numbers 6 Ready for the future: Rotman Commerce Career Journey 8 Ready to support: Our alumni network 10 Ready to connect: Rotman Commerce Advantage 12 Ready to partner: Building strong relationships 14 Our corporate partners 16 Connect with Career Services

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Ready to contribute to your success

At Rotman Commerce, we take exceptional students and help them grow into accomplished and career-ready young professionals. This year, more than any, the Rotman Commerce Class of 2020 lived up to its moniker, Ready for anything. As this Employment Report details, our business undergraduates rose to meet and surpass historical obstacles presented by the pandemic. When all in-person activities ended in the Spring of 2020, the new virtual reality of learning and support services began to take shape. Graduates faced an uncertain job market as many industries pressed pause to interpret future economic conditions. Despite these challenges, the Class of 2020 exhibited incredible resiliency and determination, attributes which will carry them far in their career for years to come. Employers come to Rotman Commerce seeking critical thinkers

and decision makers to fuel their business. They are also getting empathetic leaders who are innovative, adaptive and inspire others to do the same. More than ever, organizations need to attract smart, accomplished, versatile young professionals who are ready to seize opportunities and tackle the challenges ahead. That’s what a Rotman Commerce graduate is all about. They combine technical skills and real-world experience with a proven ability to jump in wherever they’re needed. Our graduates possess something we call the Rotman Commerce Advantage. It’s what sets them apart: a strong academic foundation, specialized technical skills, developed professional

skills, being part of a diverse and inclusive community, an understanding of their Career Journey and being part of institutional excellence: The Rotman School of Management and The University of Toronto. Ready for anything is more than just a tagline – it’s a promise.

Warm regards,

Mark C. Green Director, Career Services Rotman Commerce


Ready for anything: The Rotman Commerce program At Rotman Commerce, we work with top students from day one. With a mean entering high school average of 92%, our students have the intelligence, determination and drive to succeed in our rigorous program. Once here, we help them gain the skills to thrive in their careers — to anticipate, pivot, innovate and communicate in response to shifting business environments. To be prepared for — and shape — the future, our students must be versatile, well-rounded problem solvers who get the encouragement and support they need to reach their goals. With an education that balances high academic standards with applied learning opportunities, our graduates have the skills, knowledge and expertise to be connected and empowered future change-makers.

Our specialists No matter which specialist program they pursue, all Rotman Commerce students gain an extensive foundation in economics, which forms the basis for their unparalleled understanding of business theory. Each specialist curriculum builds upon this to make sure students develop relevant and actionable expertise in their chosen areas of study.

Management Prepares students for a broad range of careers across industries

• Highly flexible curriculum that allows students to develop strong understandings of the key business subdisciplines while gaining expertise in their particular areas of interest • Students can also choose to pursue optional focuses in Finance, Financial Statement Analysis, International Business, Leadership in Organizations, Marketing and/or Strategy and Innovation • Our Management students can combine this specialist with a minor in other fields of interest, or take several elective courses from the Faculty of Arts & Science, giving them unique perspectives on business and society

You’ll find more details about our specialists on our website.

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Finance & Economics Builds skills for success in capital markets and financial services

• Rotman Commerce is a recognized program partner of the CFA Institute • By the end of their third year, finance students have completed courses in Financial Accounting, Financial Markets, Investments, Capital Market Theory and Corporate Finance, so they have a strong base to draw from when they are hired for internships • Our trading courses are taught in the Rotman School’s professional and state-of-the-art BMO Financial Research and Trading Lab, and students have access to Marquee Group training for technical skills, such as financial, merger and expansion models; valuation analysis, and Python for financial professionals Accounting Charts a path towards CPA certification

• Meets the requirements for admission to the CPA Professional Education Program • Students gain in-depth understanding of core accounting areas of financial and managerial accounting, taxation and audit as well as a foundation in a full range of business subdisciplines to instill a knowledge of the different business environments in which they will apply their skills • RSM426, our mandatory accounting capstone case course, focuses on the pervasive competencies and skills required from future professional accountants and advisors


We don’t just prepare our students for their first jobs — we make sure they have a foundation for rewarding careers that equips them to be ready for anything.

Centre for Professional Skills As one of Canada’s most rigorous undergraduate business programs, Rotman Commerce prepares students to meet the strategic, analytic and quantitative challenges of business. Throughout their academic and professional journey, these young professionals will also be expected to demonstrate a broader range of skills, including writing and presenting, fluency with digital tools and platforms, and the ability to collaborate effectively with colleagues, whether in person or working remotely. That’s where the Centre for Professional Skills (CPS) comes in. During the four years of the Rotman Commerce BCom, the CPS team works with faculty and staff to ensure students develop these essential skills in and out of the classroom so that they graduate with the right balance of knowledge and professionalism.

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Class of 2020 by the numbers Where our graduates work

89% Greater Toronto Area 3% Rest of Canada 8% US / international

Salary Ranges Finance: $45,000 - $100,000

Sales & Marketing: $55,000 - $65,000

Leadership/Rotational Program: $55,000 - $75,000

Accounting: $35,000 - $65,000

Strategy & Consulting: $55,000 - $85,000

Operation: $35,000 - $65,000

90

%

Graduates seeking work employed within nine months of graduation

550 1,609 +

Employers involved with Rotman Commerce Career Services

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Job postings


Diverse. Career-ready. Ambitious. Our students are prepared to add value for our corporate partners anywhere they’re needed. Class of 2020 by industry

Our students

57%

Canadian citizens

43%

International students

ORGANIZATION - INDUSTRY # % Financial Services 33 %  Accounting 19 %  Technology 10 %  Consulting 10 %  Consumer Goods and Retail 9 %  Education 6 %  Other * 6% Advertising/Marketing/PR 5 %  Not for Profit 1 %  * includes Energy / Natural Resources, Entrepreneurship, Government, Pharma / Healthcare / Biotech, Real Estate, Transportation / Logistics, Manufacturing

Class of 2020 by job function

31

Our students come from 31 different countries and regions

60% Female

40% Male

21%

Of our graduates chose to pursue further education

Employer engagement

20

Employment offers accepted in 10 countries globally

June 2020

Other* 16%

Operations 6%

Strategy & Consulting 13%

Sales & Marketing 15%

Graduates

Finance 25%

573

Accounting  25%

Other: $35,000 - $65,000

*Technology, Entrepreneurship, Rotational / Leadership, General Management

220

Campus recruitment events held

343 External events

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Ready for the future: Rotman Commerce Career Journey Employers know they can count on Rotman Commerce students to be smart, accomplished, versatile problem solvers who are used to taking on challenges and are ready for anything. Rotman Commerce students are ready to contribute from day one with a model we call the RC Career Journey. This powerful tool gives students time to self-reflect and to clearly define their career goals – and provides them with necessary skills and tools to achieve them. On the RC Career Journey, students discover and identify their unique strengths, interests and values through assessments, career treks, employer information sessions, and more. Students develop and map out personalized career strategies through individual coaching, technical training and through our core programs. They experience and acquire the skills and professional outlooks needed to achieve their goals through case competitions, on-campus recruitment, job postings and level-up programming. Our career education team serves as guides every step of the way. Through their four years at Rotman Commerce, students develop their self-awareness and sense of purpose in a cyclical and reflective career journey that will help you move your organization forward and create change for the better.

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Student Stories

Student Stories

Rob Dean BCom ‘22 Specialist in Finance & Economics Summer Analyst, Lazard

Deborah Chima BCom ‘21 Specialist in Management Consultant, Bain & Company

The NYC trip and preparation was immensely helpful in preparing for interviews and networking etiquette. Start going to networking sessions put on by Career Services early. Even if you aren’t there to actually get a job, the experience is invaluable. Leverage the fact that you are in Toronto to meet with people and as many upper year students as you can!

Career Services helped me pursue the necessary experiences that would help me eventually land the job at the firm of my dreams. Having gained so much professionally from Career Services, I was thrilled to give back by sharing my experiences and helping other students as a Management Career Peer Advisor in my senior year.


We prepare our students from day one to understand their career goals and how to reach them. When it comes time for them to pursue employment, they’re confident, capable and ready to thrive.

Rotman Commerce career education at a glance

4

dedicated Career Educators

8

dedicated Career Peers

2.7k approximately

Coaching Appointments offered

288 18 68 Career Services Drop-In appointments

Technical Training Sessions Offered

Excel / Marquee Group / Case interview prep

Core Workshops Delivered

Topics: Resumés that get results / Persuasive cover letters / Interview essentials / Network like a pro / Standout LinkedIn profile / Job search strategies


Ready to support: Our alumni network

The Rotman Commerce Alumni Mentorship Program provides an excellent opportunity for alumni to share their experience and advice, network with young talent, and support Rotman Commerce students on their career journey. Alumni mentors participate in one-onone meetings with their mentees, as well as group events with other mentors and students throughout the academic year. Our engaged and dedicated alumni network plays an important role in the success of our students. At Career Services, we want to give students a versatile foundation in career preparation and connect them with employers who value their talent and abilities. Our graduates are vital in bringing the career landscape to life and offer first person inspiration and advice that helps students discover their career potential. Alumni at various levels of their careers — from recent graduates to experienced CEOs — engage with our students in experiential learning and industry training programs. Our Management Consulting Alumni Program, NYC Finance and Silicon Valley Treks, and Careers in Capital Markets Program are just a few of the initiatives in which we rely on the wealth of expertise and experience of the Rotman Commerce alumni community. In addition, our grads regularly volunteer at Career Services and student group events, such as case competitions, networking receptions and speaking engagements, as well as connecting one-on-one with current students as mentors in our Alumni Mentorship Program. The Rotman Commerce Alumni Mentorship Program provides an excellent opportunity for alumni to share their experience and advice, network with young talent, and support Rotman Commerce students on their career journey. Alumni mentors participate in one-on-one meetings with their mentees, as well as group events with other mentors and students throughout the academic year.

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Alumni Story

Student Story

Marina Milenkovic BCom ‘14 Entrepreneur

Rahul Balakrishnan BCom ‘21 New grad role, Rogers Sports & Media

What I appreciated about my time at Rotman Commerce was the flexibility to architect my degree in a way that aligned with my vision for my future. That freedom allowed me to gain a wellrounded education across all areas of business: from finance, marketing, strategy, accounting, economics, and beyond. My advice to current students is to take advantage of that flexibility; lean into your interests, consider taking a class or two outside of your comfort zone, and enjoy the journey.

I think that it’s crucial to start exploring what you like as early as possible, whether that be going to company events, reading up on industries online or setting up coffee chats. It’s only through that journey that you’ll have an idea of what you want your career to look like upon graduation. If you’re especially fortunate, you may even be able to find a mentor to help guide you through your decisions.


Connections between our students and graduates unlock potential, inspire performance and lead to long-lasting business relationships that nurture success.

Alumni Mentorship Program

145 150 Mentors

Mentees

Theo Heldman BCom ‘89 Board member

Alumni by the numbers

16k 35

+

+

Rotman Commerce alumni

Alumni live in 35 countries and regions

800 770 +

Alumni volunteers

+

Among the constraints and challenges brought on by Covid-19, this year demonstrated just how invaluable the Alumni Mentorship Program is to students. Mentorship took on a whole new meaning and included advice on coping with isolation from friends, tips on zoom meetings and networking from home, and finding a meaningful job when opportunities were scant. The best part for me as a mentor was seeing the students rally around the challenge and find the courage to try a different approach.

Alumni mentors

RC Link and Alumni Mentorship Program

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Ready to connect: Rotman Commerce Advantage Your goal is clear: to recruit top talent while raising your organization’s profile among potential future candidates. Rotman Commerce Career Services provides everything you need to make it happen. We work closely with employers, helping to address their immediate hiring needs and define longerterm objectives. We ask about talent development priorities and broader strategic goals. Through many years of productive collaborations, we’ve gained a thorough understanding of our clients’ goals and how we make a difference.

Connect with future leaders today Recruit at Rotman Commerce Organizations are looking to attract accomplished, versatile young professionals who are ready for anything. That’s what Rotman Commerce graduates are all about. They are educated through a business degree jointly offered between the Rotman School of Management and the Faculty of Arts and Science at the University of Toronto, and uniquely prepared through the RC Career Journey. Rotman Commerce graduates combine business knowledge, technical skills and real-world experience with a proven ability to jump in wherever they’re needed.

Student Story

Engage with students Participate in our career and industry programs. We welcome contributions from working professionals, particularly in areas like skills development and experiential learning. Meet students, talk about their goals and explain what your organization has to offer.

Jessica Lu BCom ‘23 Specialist in Accounting, Minor Economics Summer intern, Bell I became more resilient, more confident, and more comfortable with whom I was becoming through my co-curricular involvements with the program. These included joining the Rotman Commerce Students’ Association (RCSA) and becoming involved with the First-Year Learning Communities (FLC) program. Most importantly, I was able to find my home away from home.

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Host an on-site visit or Career Trek By welcoming students into your workplace, you give them a chance to see how the concepts and skills they’re learning are applied in everyday operations and decisionmaking. Showcase your organization’s unique culture, values and competitive advantage. Hold employer office hours Connect with Rotman Commerce students in one-on-one or smallgroup sessions. You can provide practical guidance on the job search process and answer questions about your organization, industry or sector.  Join us for a Career Connections event We host regular industry panels, mixers and other interactive sessions where students learn to network and build relationships with alumni and potential employers. Connect with future graduates while helping them develop skills they’ll use for the rest of their lives.


The Career Services team helps you find the best opportunities to increase your brand awareness and highlight what you offer prospective employees.

Build awareness of your brand Support a student group Rotman Commerce students expand their knowledge, skills and personal networks through clubs, societies, teams and other organizations. As a corporate partner, raise your brand profile, share important messages and connect with potential candidates. Sponsor an award or scholarship Your support for these programs helps ensure that gifted students achieve their academic aspirations. We’re also able to attract top students and launch them in careers where they’ll have a significant positive impact. Provide experiential learning opportunities Hands-on experience in specific fields help students confirm their career interests and land employment offers. You can help by funding everything from case competitions to Career Treks to portfolio management simulations. Our students get vital first-hand exposure to industries and roles, and gain competencies that are crucial to their future success.

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Ready to partner: Building strong relationships We’re immensely proud of the partnerships we’ve built with organizations in Canada and across the globe. In working with these employers, we’ve created lasting partnerships that benefit our students and their recruitment needs.

KPMG

We care for diversity in our hiring and appreciate schools with support for inclusion in recruitment processes. We are looking for wellrounded students that have involvement outside of their course work, i.e. campus clubs, community volunteer work. Rotman Commerce students are always polite and personable at every interaction we have experienced. Students come prepared when networking with great questions and usually have done research on the firm in advance. We appreciate that the students at Rotman Commerce get involved on and off campus, helping in the community, and show their passions on their application! RCAS Air conference was a great student-run initiative where we were able to network with candidates from Rotman Commerce – particularly in Accounting. Career Services is always personable and responsive. We really appreciate the efforts in promoting our events and opportunities to students, as it is one of the key channels in how we communicate and promote to students on-campus.

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TD Bank

We appreciate that the reputation of the Rotman Commerce Program attracts diverse students from across the globe. These students are smart, inquisitive and well rounded. Our partnership with Career Services is key to the success of our talent strategy to attract the best and brightest students. We have a strong relationship with our Relationship Manager who understands our business and keeps us abreast of trends across the industry. They are fully committed and engaged to ensure our events are a success. The last year has been a challenge for organizations and students to connect virtually.  With their support we quickly and seamlessly rolled out our TD Coffee Chat Series.  We truly see them as an extension of our team as they are fully committed to our strategy, are always connecting the best students to our opportunities and they effortlessly highlight our brand and support us through busy recruitment cycles.     Our participation in the Careers in Capital Markets session provided our TD Securities Recruiter the opportunity to sit on a panel with other companies and answer students’ questions first hand. These focused sessions allow us to openly talk about the opportunities we have and the unique experiences students will receive as part of our co-op/ intern and new graduate programs. The Commerce students are always highly engaged and keep us on our toes with all their great questions.

Nestlé

We partner with universities across Canada that provide opportunities to diverse talent pools. We also look for universities that provide their students with ample resources to learn, grow, and succeed as young professionals. Additionally, we leverage our Ambassador program to enable Nestlé employees to return to their respective universities as alumni to speak to current students about their candidate experience at Nestlé and what is it like to be a Nestlé employee. Rotman Commerce students ask great questions and are open to taking initiative, two very important skills. They graduate with a solid understanding of their strengths and how they will be able to add value to an organization. We hosted two events last year, an Info Session and a series of Mock Interview Sessions. It was the Mock Interview Sessions that the students’ skills were really highlighted, as they had the opportunity to practice giving a real interview with a Nestlé representative and receive immediate feedback on their performance. We were impressed with the preparation the students had done, as well as the calibre of their responses and their past experience.

L’Oréal

Some of the key components that L’Oréal looks for when recruiting from schools includes the quality of education, diversity, engagement of students in different extracurricular programs/ activities and a supportive career center. At L’Oréal, we appreciate Rotman Commerce students as they are engaged with our company and our Brandstorm competition, have solid and diverse extracurricular backgrounds and display great performance & attitude during events and internships We appreciate the Rotman Commerce Career Services team for their good communication, support and openness to collaborate on different activities with their students. We are looking forward to build on the already established relations with their team.

The Rotman Commerce Career Services partners well with us to deliver information sessions, events, and workshops, and their high level of attention to detail and passion for helping students is genuinely appreciated.

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Acadia University

Barclays

Accenture

BCI

Access Copyright

BDO Canada LLP

achu Acker Finley

Bedford Consulting Group

Adecco

Bell Canada

adidas Canada

BellMedia

Aerotek

Bench

Agentis Capital

BenchSci

AGF Management

BetterVU

AI HealthLink

BicDroid Inc.

Canada Life Assurance Company Canada Mortgage and Housing Corporation (CMHC) Canada Revenue Agency Canadian Automobile Association

Correlation One CPA Canada CPP Investments CPP Investments CPPIB Creative Destruction Lab Credit Suisse Crosbie & Company Crown Capital Partners CSPN

Our corporate partners We have been grateful to work with the following employers over the 2020-21 academic year. Their participation in campus recruitment activities, their involvement and sponsorship of our student groups, and their support of our curricular and co-curricular activities have enriched our students’ experiences.

Everbright Securities HEALTHHUB EXA Capital LLC

First Insurance Funding

HSBC

First National

Huntstone Capital

Flame Studio

Hybrid Financial

Flow Traders

Hyundai Auto Canada

ForeGrowth

BlackBerry Limited

AITCHL

BlackRock, Inc.

Albourne Partners

BlockHack and Bitcoin Bay

Alpha FMC Amazon American Express Amorepacific Analysis Group Anastasiya Couture AnHeng Group Apple

Canadian Marketing Daniel J. Edelman Holdings Association (CMA) Darktrace Canadian Tire

Ian Martin Group

FTI Consulting

Immigration, Refugees and Citizenship Canada

IBM Four Seasons Hotels iGan Partners & Resorts Illumiti Freemark Apparel Imagine Wealth Brands International Management Fuller Landau LLP Fusion Analytics

Deloitte

Genieall

Dentons

Genius Camp

INESCe Environmental Consulting

BMO

Desautels Capital Management

George Weston

Infosys

Gerdau

Inkbox

Desjardins Group

GGA Partners

Innoangel Fund

Diageo

GoCo Technology

Innospace

Diagram Ventures

Goldman Sachs

Dialectica

Good & Well

Innovative Research Group

BMO Capital Markets BMO Financial Group BMW Canada

Ascend Canada

Brattle Gruop

ASPIRE

brightwheel

CAPREIT Cardlytics Caudalie CBRE Limited Celestica

Brizi Brookfield Asset Management

CI Investments CIBC CIBC Mellon Citibank Citigroup

City of Toronto

DING Entertainment Goodyear Tire & Rubber Company DiPaola DiPietro & Little Professional Google Corporation Government of DLT Labs Canada Dream Government of Ontario e.pop AI Eastern Food Market Gowling WLG (Canada) Easy Group eCAMION Inc

Axiom Technology Group

Burgundy Asset Management

Ecopia Tech ClaimIT Corporation Corporation Clarity Recruitment EFoo Consulting

Bain & Company

ByNature

Clearco

Electronic Arts

Baker Tilly

CAAT Pension Plan

Elevate

Banco Pichincha

Cadillac Fairview

Bank of America Merril Lynch

Clearview Underwriters Alliance

Camrost Felcorp

Bank of Canada

Community Action Estée Lauder Evans Investment Canada Disinfection Resource Centre Comwave Networks Counsel Services

Bank of Mongolia

Impression Ventures

Bloomberg Finance L.P. Capital One

brainmaven

Bank of China

General Mills

Imperial Tobacco Canada

Generation Capital

Aritzia

Avison Young

Gazelle Capital Group, LLC

Imperial Oil/Exxon Mobil

DAS Financials

Cansbridge Fellowship

Appleby Succession Ceridia BofA Securities, Inc. Capital, LLC CFA Institute Bond Brand Loyalty Aquarius Scuba Charity Intelligence Diving Centre Boston Consulting Chubb Group Aramark Canada

Avanessy Accounting Services

Humi

Fort Capital Securities

Gambles Produce AIG

hEr solutions

Export Development Hershey Canada Canada Higher Education Quality Council of Facebook Ontario FactSet Holt Renfrew FDM Group HomePro Pest FGKDigital Control Fidelity Investments Hong Kong Canada Economic & Trade Fierce Hockey Office Finning International HPS Investment Fintelics Technology Partners, LLC

Canaccord Genuity Group

Coca-Cola Canada Bottling Ltd

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Empower Equitable Bank Ernst & Young

Grant Thornton LLP

INSEAD Insurance Institute of Canada In-TAC Intact Financial Corporation Intact Insurance Company Invictus Analytics + Strategy

Greenhouse Juice Co

Jackie Porter Carte Wealth Management

Groupe Média TFO

Janus Conferences

Guardian Capital Group Halmyre Strategy

JET Programme Canada Johnson & Johnson

HarbourVest Partners

Jonathan Leung CPA Professional

Hastings

JPMorgan Chase & Co Jumbleberry

Healthcare of Ontario Pension Plan

Just Vertical


Kearney

Mercer Mercku

Ontario Teachers Rotman School of Pension Plan (OTPP) Management

Thinkific

Knowledgehook Konica Minolta

MFS Investment Management

OpenText

RSM Canada

Oracle Netsuite

Safronica

Thomvest Ventures

Microsoft

Origin Merchant Partners

Salesforce

ORIX Corporation USA Osisko Mining

SeaFort Capital - Private Equity Partners

OurCrowd

SeamlessMD

Pace Global Advantage

sendinblue

Paul Jan Advisory

Shanghai RAJAX Information Technology

Konrad Group Kora Sustainability

MNP LLP

Korea Search Investment Partners Model Living KPMG

Moelis & Company

Kraft Heinz Canada

Monitor Deloitte

Labatt Breweries of Canada

Morgan Stanley

Labelium

Morrison Park Advisors

League of Innovators

Mosaic

LeapGrad

NADG

LetsStopAIDS Leyton Lime Connect Li-Metal LinkedIn Linwood Homes LL BrandLab Loblaw Companies

Munich Re Nasdaq Composite National Bank Financial Markets

Nestlé

Poirier Group

New Market Funds New Market Group, NMG NEXT Canada NFP Ninepoint Partners

M Partners

Nomura

Mackenzie Investments

Normative NorthOne

Manifold Data Mining

Nous Group

ManpowerGroup Canada

NYU Stern

Manulife Maple Leaf Angels Maple Leaf Foods MARS Canada Marsh Canada Marsh McLennan Mastercard Mattamy Homes Matterkind Mawer Investment Management McCann & Associates LLP McCann Worldgroup

Perpetua

Plus10

Neurofit VR

Lynk

Perkins Coie LLP

National Hockey League

Longview Asset Management

Lyle Abbot Professional Corporation

PepsiCo

Pimco

Nestle Nespresso SA

LP/AD

Pentavere

National Bank of Canada

Loblaw Digital

L’Oréal

Penske

Novartis

Pivot Hub PointClickCare Porcea Stone

Scotiabank

ServiceNow

Sharno Gruop Shinhan Bank Shopify ShuttleX Simon-Kucher & Partners SIRCO Slack S-Mart

Snap Portland Investment Snapchat Counsel Sofina Foods Pricewaterhouse Coopers (PwC)

Spark Foundry

Procter & Gamble

Spectacles

PSP Investments

SpringBoard Data Management

Public Service Commission of Canada

SRCO Professional Corporation

QuadReal Property Group

SS&C Technologies

Queen’s University Quest

Stadium Live Studios

R & G Advisory

Standard Chartered

StackAdapt

RBC

Starlight RBC Capital Markets Investments Office of the Auditor Starling Solutions General of Canada RBC Wealth Management StepStone Group Office of the RECIPE Unlimited Stifel Superintendent Corporation of Financial Stormont Partners Institutions Red Oak Succession Advisory Capital Oliver Wyman Sun Life Assurance Oaklins HFG China

OMERS Once Upon a Child Onex Only Human Dance Collective Ontario Bioscience Innovation Organization

McCarthy Tetrault

Ontario Ministry of Education

McKinsey & Company

Ontario Ministry of Energy​

MDD Forensic Accountants

Ontario Power Generation

Mecasa Advisors Europe

Ontario Public Service

Mercedes-Benz Canada

Ontario Securities Commission

Regional Municipality of York

Company of Canada

ResQ

Sysco Corporation

Restaurant Brands International (RBI)

TD Canada Trust

Resurgent Capital Corp

TD Wealth

Revenue Management Labs

TD Securities TEALEAVES.COM Tech Talent Canada

Thomson Reuters Timedine Times Group Corporaton TJX Canada

Women In Capital Markets (WCM) World Vision Canada Wunderman Thompson Xero Limited

TMX Group

Xpert Underwriting Inc

TokenInsight

XPV Water Partners

Toronto Public Library

Yale University

Total Credit Recovery Limited

Zenly

Touch Media Tractel

YELL Canada Zipply ZS Associates

Traction on Demand TradeGecko Travellers Canada trc-canada.com TriggerTech Trimac Renewable Royalties TUDOO Twitter Uber UBS Uforse Education Universal Music Canada University of Southern California Valitas Capital Partners Vancouver Coastal Health Varsity Publications Venture Development Institute Vertical Scope Viper Research VirgoCX Viva Partners Volaris Group Vortex Freight Systems Voyager Products VWK Capital Management Wainbee Walmart Canada Wave Nine Wealthsimple

Wells Fargo Telus Richmond West Western Union Corporations (RWC) The Butcher Shoppe Business Solutions Richter The Carlyle Group White Pebble Capital, LLC Rise Concepts The Podcast Rogers

Exchange

Rothmans Benson & The Princeton Review Hedges Therapia Health Rotman Research Management Institute

Whitehorse Liquidity Partners Willis Towers Watson WilsonHCG

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Connect with Career Services

We’re eager to work with you and our students to help meet your recruitment and talent development goals. Recruit with us When you recruit with the support of our Career Services team, you connect with highachieving students with a diverse set of skills and a wide range of backgrounds. Rotman Commerce students are ready to meet the demands of a complex, rapidly changing global business environment.

Connect with us If you’re looking to recruit new talent, there are lots of ways to get involved. Learn how the Rotman Commerce Career Services team can help you build awareness of your organization, meet with candidates and hire exceptional people.

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Looking to get in touch? You can find us on the University of Toronto’s main St. George campus in the heart of downtown Toronto. With our location at the intersection of St. George and Bloor, we’re easily accessible by transit. Feel free to contact us in whatever way suits you best! We’re looking forward to hearing from you.


Rotman Commerce Career Services University of Toronto 252 Bloor Street West, Suite 4-499 Toronto, ON M5S 1V6 +1 416.949.0616 rotmancommerce.careers@utoronto.ca

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@rotmancommerce

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More than ever, organizations need to attract smart, versatile people who are ready to tackle the challenges ahead. That’s what Rotman Commerce graduates are all about, combining technical skills and real-world experience with a proven ability to jump in wherever they’re needed and start contributing from day one.

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