Last week, we posted about the “2016 Most Attractive Employers According to U.S. Students.” Today’s post focuses on Universum’s 2016 survey of college students around the world about the most attractive employers for those interested in business careers. The 2016 rankings are compiled from student surveys in the world’s 12 largest economies: Australia, Brazil, Canada, China, France, Germany, India, Italy, Japan, Russia, UK, and USA:
“The World’s Most Attractive Employer companies, must rank in the top 90% of employers within at least six regional markets. If an employer is not listed or is ranked outside the top 90% in a market, it gets a default ranking which is equal to the position of the last company in the top 90% for that market. Results are weighted by GDP, so that a high ranking position in the U.S. has a greater influence than a high ranking position in India, for example.”
Here are the 2016 global top ten most attractive employers for business:
- EY (Ernst & Young)
- Goldman Sachs
- PwC (PricewaterhouseCoopers)
- L’Oréal Group
- J.P. Morgan
Interested in more global insights? If yes, click here to download the PDF report.
Interested in a regional or country ranking? If yes, click here and scroll down the page for “Choose region” or “Go to country page.”
6 Replies to “2016 Most Attractive Employers According to Students Globally”
Personally, the Big Four is quite attractive to me.
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Personally, the Big Four are quite attractive.
It is most interesting to me that there is such difference in the national survey compared to the United States one. It makes you wonder what the companies did right domestically in the US to become more desirable to work at, opposed to less-desirable abroad overseas.
Google has been presented in so many ways that make it seem like a great place to work. I think the unique qualities that Google has at their offices is what makes it so desirable. Google seems to give lots of fun benefits to its workers. It does a great job of taking the work out of work, and bringing in the fun.