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In its World’s Most Attractive Employer Rankings 2017, Universum Global announced the top five companies business students want to work for, as well as the top five companies according to their engineering and IT counterparts. These results have been pooled from surveys of over 290,000 students from 12 economies, including Japan, South Korea, China, and India.
Top five employers, according to business graduates:
2. Goldman Sachs
4. Ernst & Young
Top five employers, according to engineering/IT graduates:
4. General Electric
5. BMW Group
Interestingly, the survey revealed that majority of talent had a preference to work for medium-sized employers. 74% of students from both fields shared that they would prefer to work for a company with less than 1000 employees.
For employers looking to hire graduates, here are the top 10 best modes of communications to reach out to business and engineering/IT students.
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