For a few years now, Apple has had problems with Glassdoor's ranking of the best companies to work for. One thing, however, is the opinion of those already working under the wing of the giant Cupertino; Another, quite different, is the view that outsiders have about the company inside.
O LinkedIn You have well proven this point with your latest list of companies where your users dream most about working. The largest professional network in the world has used data from its more than 546 million users around the world, such as interactions, offer checking, employee interest / retention and retention, to arrive at results.
In the ranking for the United States, Apple achieved, in early 2019, the seventh place Among the companies most coveted by network professionals this represents a downfall from last year's list, but it still shows the strength of the Cupertinian ship to mess with the minds of workers around the US and around the world.
According to LinkedIn, the fastest growing skills among Apple's interests include machine learning, MATLAB and Python; The most hired positions in the last year by the company, in turn, are in the areas of engineering, IT and sales. The survey also cites Apple's plan to invest $ 1 billion in a new campus in Austin, Texas, and create 20,000 new jobs around the world for the next 5 years.
The American LinkedIn ranking, alis, packed with tech companies. See how was the Top 10:
- Dell Technologies
Also worth mentioning here is the Brazilian LinkedIn ranking, which was led by Ita Unibanco, with the deputy leadership of Santander and the bronze medal for the Movile, a technology company behind products like iFood, Sympla and PlayKids and which has our dear Breno Masi as one of its key figures. Congratulations!