Most attractive South African tech and engineering companies to work for

Universum has announced the results of its Most Attractive Employer Awards for 2016.

By - March 17, 2016 Share on LinkedIn

Universum has announced the results of its Most Attractive Employer Awards for 2016.

The awards were based on research conducted “across the world and specifically within South Africa in 2015”, with 45,000 tertiary institution students and 21,000 professionals in the following sectors interviewed:

  • Business/commerce
  • Engineering/technology
  • Healthcare/health sciences/sciences
  • Humanities/liberal arts/law

“More than simply announcing a list of top employers, every year Universum also shares critical insights into the wants and needs of South Africa’s top talent,” said Universum.

Most attractive engineering and technology employers

IT and engineering professionals ranked the following companies as SA’s most attractive employers.

  • Google
  • Microsoft
  • Eskom

Students in the IT and engineering space ranked the following companies as SA’s most attractive employers.

  • Transnet
  • Sasol
  • Eskom

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