The Graduate Survey: Exclusive results

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Hello, and thank you for the survey. Are you able to say anything about the students who responded to the survey, please? Were they all students at British Universities, for example? And what ...


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The Graduate Survey outlines the top 50 most popular graduate employers for 2018 voted for by university students

The survey was conducted online by the Graduate Survey (a Modern Management Consulting brand) between 1 November 2017 and 30 March 2018, and HR magazine has been given exclusive access to the data. More than 43,000 students were surveyed on how they perceive companies, how they search for career information, what makes a company attractive to them and what the most important attributes are when considering an employer.

Top 50 most popular graduate employers

1. Google

2. PwC

3. Microsoft

4. Goldman Sachs

5. Rolls-Royce

6. Unilever

7. Amazon

8. BAE Systems

9. EY

10. Facebook

11. Nike

12. BP

13. KPMG

14. IBM

15. Jaguar Land Rover

16. JP Morgan

17. P&G

18. Apple

19. GE

20. Bank of England

21. The Virgin Group

22. British Airways

23. Barclays

24. Lloyds Banking Group

25. BT

26. M&S

27. Accenture

28. Aldi

29. Dyson

30. Morgan Stanley

31. UBS

32. Airbus

33. Deloitte

34. BBC

35. Bain & Co

36. HSBC

37. L’Oréal

38. Boots

39. Tesco

40. Nestlé

41. GlaxoSmithKline

42. Shell

43. AstraZeneca

44. Expedia

45. Samsung

46. Grant Thornton

47. Lidl

48. Diageo

49. Sky

50. Adidas

Most important attributes students consider when choosing a company

Most used social media channels for career research


Most important characteristics of a company


How students like to search for career information

Want to know how your organisation fared in The Graduate Survey? Request your bespoke report at: bit.ly/GradSurveyHR

Further reading

The changing face of grad recruitment

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Hello, and thank you for the survey. Are you able to say anything about the students who responded to the survey, please? Were they all students at British Universities, for example? And what about the actual questions? I'm sure they didn't just ask "Which company do you think it would be the best one to work for?" Thanks Richard Selby +?


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