The 40 companies engineering and IT students around the world say they want to work for

Business Insider Lifestyle 2 months ago

Engineering and IT students around the world want to work for big tech companies, storied industrial manufacturers, and name-brand automakers, according to a new survey.

Employer branding expert Universum just released its annual rankings of the World's Most Attractive Employers, based on the responses of college students in the 12 biggest economies in the world.

Universum runs an annual survey of hundreds of thousands of college students across the world, asking them what they're looking for in their future employers. One of the questions on the survey asks students in various areas of study to list up to five ideal employers. The top employer rankings are based on the share of students who list that company in their top five. Percent shares from each of the 12 countries are weighted by gross domestic product.

Here are the 40 most attractive employers for engineering and IT students around the world, according to the new 2019 ranking:

40. 3M

39. Pfizer

38. Volvo

37. Accenture

36. Lenovo

35. Huawei

34. ExxonMobil

33. IKEA

32. Deloitte

31. Nestlé

30. Bosch

29. Shell

28. Boston Consulting Group

27. Nissan

26. Adidas

25. Procter & Gamble

24. JPMorgan Chase

23. The Coca-Cola Company

22. Facebook

21. Goldman Sachs

20. Volkswagen Group

19. L'Oréal Group

18. Dell

17. General Motors

16. McKinsey & Company

15. Johnson & Johnson

14. Daimler/Mercedes Benz

13. Toyota

12. Ford Motor Company

11. Sony

10. General Electric

9. Amazon

8. Samsung

7. Intel

6. Siemens

5. IBM

4. BMW Group

3. Apple

2. Microsoft

1. Google


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