Singapore Top 100 Ideal Employers 2014

Singapore Top 100 Ideal Employers 2014The results of the Universum student survey reveal how students perceive employers. The research functions as a basis for decision-making when choosing target groups, messages and channels for future employer branding campaigns, as well as a control instrument for measuring the appeal an organization has over its specific target groups.

The rankings reveal how attractive an employer is for students and indicates its position in relation to recruitment competitors. The rankings enable employers to track and set targets for measuring their brand performance.

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To see the complete infographic that highlights some of the key findings from Universum's student research, please click on the image.

To see the complete infographic that highlights some of the key findings from Universum’s student research, please click here.

News release

Gap between expectations and reality on salary further narrows for Singapore’s young talent

Latest survey also shows heightened desire to “serve a greater good” through their career

SINGAPORE, March 24, 2014 – Universum today launches the latest findings from its annual survey conducted among university students in Singapore. For the second consecutive year, the Universum Top 100 Ideal Employers student survey reveals undergraduates are managing their salary expectations; the average expected monthly salary has decreased by 1.2 per cent to $3,308. This indicates a closing gap with the average monthly salary drawn by fresh graduates in 2013, according to the Graduate Employment Survey 2013. Learn more.

Singapore Top 100 Ideal Employers 2014

Students are targeted separately according to their main field of study. From the drop-down window below, please select the field of study which is of interest to you.

Quick facts

Number of respondents: 7 294
Number of employer evaluations: 24 048
Number of universities targeted: 4