Mar 16, 2017 12:32 PM EDT
LinkedIn's 5 Most Popular Companies Among Recent Graduates
As graduation nears, a lot of graduates are busy looking for job opportunities. LinkedIn took the initiative by listing the top companies that are popular among recent graduates. Here are LinkedIn's top five list:
Deloitte provides a variety of professional services on various industries. Aside from that, it has offices in most major cities around the globe. It is a good starting point for those who have earned degrees in accounting, law, finance, and other business-related degrees. Some of the job openings listed on LinkedIn include senior and entry level positions in sales, accounting, and information technology.
Ernst & Young is one of the leading global professional service providers and the largest accounting firm in the world. With 700 offices scattered all over the world, EY provides new graduates with an opportunity to grow and hone their skills. The company offers internships and full-time entry level positions for students and new graduates as well as for those who are looking for a career change.
PricewaterhouseCoopers or PwC is the second biggest professional service provider in the world. It is one of the Big Four companies along with Deloitte, Ernst & Young, and KPMG. They are also one of the companies which are advocating gender equality and diversity in the workforce.
Amazon is not just the largest online retail company in the world but it is also a cloud computing company with a total revenue of $135.98 billion in 2016. The company is still diversifying; thus, it is not lacking in opportunities for fresh graduates who want to kickstart their career in almost any field.
Graduates of computer science and other tech-related fields can find opportunities in this multinational computer technology company. However, Oracle does not only focus on technology but also on marketing, sales, and finance so those who have degrees in these fields will have equal opportunity in securing a position in this company.
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