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World’s Most Attractive Employers 2019

Top in industry

Engineering/IT

Aerospace & Defence

  1. Airbus

Automotive

  1. BMW Group
  2. Ford Motor Company
  3. Toyota

Chemicals

  1. BASF

Energy

  1. Shell
  2. ExxonMobil
  3. BP

Industrial Engineering and Manufacturing

  1. Siemens
  2. GE – General Electric
  3. Bosch

Pharmaceuticals and Biotechnology

  1. Johnson & Johnson
  2. Pfizer
  3. Bayer

Software, Computer Services, Multimedia Development, Digital Entertainment

  1. Google
  2. Microsoft
  3. IBM

Technology Hardware & Equipment

  1. Intel
  2. Dell
  3. Huawei

Management and Strategy Consulting

  1. McKinsey & Company
  2. BCG
  3. Accenture

Business

Banks

  1. Goldman Sachs
  2. J.P. Morgan
  3. Morgan Stanley

E-Commerce

  1. Amazon

Fashion, Accessories & Luxury goods

  1. Adidas
  2. Nike
  3. LVMH

Fast Moving Consumer Goods

  1. L’Oréal Group
  2. Procter & Gamble (P&G)
  3. The Coca-Cola Company

Insurance

  1. Allianz
  2. AXA

Professional Services

  1. EY (Ernst & Young)
  2. PwC (PricewaterhouseCoopers)
  3. Deloitte

Retail

  1. IKEA

While many of the top global employers continue to retain their dominant position in our rankings there are a lot of underlying changes in the qualities young talent are looking for that every company needs to pay attention to. We continue to see an increasing demand for employers to clarify and communicate their core purpose, and provide an outlet for entrepreneurialism. We also see a growing need for multinational companies to highlight their local strengths, and not rely too heavily on their international status. We continue to live in a highly connected world, but also a world in which small can be beautiful, and local identity and diversity holds a growing appeal.” Universum CEO, Mats Röjdmark.