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The most attractive employers in the world: goals and values ​​sought

Which companies worldwide are best at attracting students from business related disciplines? What is important to students when choosing their first employer? These questions are answered in the current World's Most Attractive Employers Ranking by Universum. The ranking is based on surveys in the twelve largest economies in the world. Overall, 240.000 students took part. Read more

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Universe study shows what the Gen Y wants: bye Homeoffice!

When Yahoo boss Marissa Mayer at the beginning of 2013 announced the abolition of the home office for the approximately 11.500 employees on the grounds that speed and quality suffer when working from home, the outcry was initially great. Now a study shows: That's not so important to Generation Y! Read more





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Labor market analyzes (HR magazine)

The Top Employers International: Work-Life-Balance and Job Security

There is a lot of discussion about Generation Y, so it is hardly surprising that balanced work-life balance and job security are among the most important career goals worldwide. Where do students prefer to work? A recent survey shows which companies are the first in the world. The surprising result: German companies do not fare so badly. Read more