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10 most attractive employers in the world: Where do you wish to work

10 most attractive employers in the world: Where do you wish to work

10 most attractive employers in the world: Where do you wish to work
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By Pradeep Suresh  Oct 6, 2020 8:08:21 AM IST (Published)

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Universum, a firm that specialises in employer branding has released “World’s Most Attractive Employers” list for the year 2020. The list, that ranks firms based on how attractive they are for an employee, has created a list of 50 brands based on a survey conducted on over two lakh students from the world’s largest 12 economies.

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Universum, a firm that specialises in employer branding has released the "World's Most Attractive Employers" list for 2020. The firm's ranking is based on how attractive companies are for employees and has created a list of 50 brands based on a survey conducted of over 2 lakh students from the world’s top 12 economies. (Image: Reuters)

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No 10 | French cosmetics group L'Oreal takes the 10th spot on the list. (Image: Reuters)

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No 9 | US-based financial giant JP Morgan Chase & Co has emerged as a preferable choice by job seekers. (Image: Reuters)

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No 8 | Accounting firm PricewaterhouseCoopers (PwC) is next on the list. One of the top accounting firms in the globe, the London-based firm as over 2,75,000 employees. (Image: Reuters)

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No 7 | Another London-based accounting giant that made it to the list is Ernst & Young. (Image: Reuters)

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No 6 | The New York-based multinational investment bank and financial services company Goldman Sachs, offers services in investment management, securities, asset management and prime brokerage among others. The firm is also a top choice for many job seekers. (Image: Reuters)

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No 5 | Deloitte Touche Tohmatsu Limited, commonly referred to as Deloitte, is one of the Big Four accounting firms and the largest professional services network in the world by revenue and number of professionals. (Image: Reuters)

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No 4 | Amazon, the Jeff Bezos-owned online retailer has operations in over 100 countries and the company's stock price has soared, making the CEO the richest man in the world. The Seattle-headquartered firm turned over $280.5 billion in revenues last year. (Image: Reuters)

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No 3 | Microsoft, the American multinational technology company headed by Satya Nadella, develops, manufactures, licences, supports and sells computer software, consumer electronics, personal computers, and related services. (Image: Reuters)

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No 2 | Apple, the US-based tech giant which is valued at over $2 trillion turned over $260.2 billion in revenues in 2019. (Image: AP Photo)

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No 1 | Taking the top spot o the list is Sundar Pichai-led American multinational technology company Google. Headquartered in California, the Alphabet subsidiary is the most preferred destination for employees. (Image: Reuters)

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