News: IBM, Infosys most preferred employers for graduates

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IBM, Infosys most preferred employers for graduates

According to a survey conducted by job portal Firstnaukri.com, focused on entry level hiring, technology major IBM and software exporter Infosys have emerged as the most preferred employers for engineering and non-engineering graduates, respectively. According to the portal, both the companies are topping the employer preference charts for the second year in a row. Among non-engineering graduates, Infosys and Wipro have topped the chart of preferred companies with over 41 percent and 39 percent opting for them as their favored employer. IBM takes the third slot. In case of engineering students, over 43 percent of them ranked IBM as their most preferred employer. Infosys and TCS share the second and third position followed by Wipro and Accenture.

According to a survey conducted by job portal Firstnaukri.com, focused on entry level hiring, technology major IBM and software exporter Infosys have emerged as the most preferred employers for engineering and non-engineering graduates, respectively. According to the portal, both the companies are topping the employer preference charts for the second year in a row. Among non-engineering graduates, Infosys and Wipro have topped the chart of preferred companies with over 41 percent and 39 percent opting for them as their favored employer. IBM takes the third slot. In case of engineering students, over 43 percent of them ranked IBM as their most preferred employer. Infosys and TCS share the second and third position followed by Wipro and Accenture.

Source: The Economic Times

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Topics: Employer Branding, #Updates

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