Apple placed in the top 10 most popular employers

For the fourth time career community website Glassdoor has published their list of top employers, based on a survey of employees from 65,000 companies. In 20 questions were asked about the employees at other career opportunities, compensation and benefits, work and a balanced work and personal life, communication and feedback.

In the list of most popular employersin 2012 Apple is among the top 10 Just like Google and Facebook. Apple was rated “satisfactory” and 3.9 out of 5 points to be achieved in tenth place. Last year it was enough for Apple to only 20th place and 3.7 points. With Intel’s next big technology company landed only ranked 32nd

Apple joins in the list of top 10 employers

Apple has increased its employee base over the last few years to cope with the growing business. In September 2011 60 400 full-time employees worked for Apple, even in 2010 there were only 49 400.

On the edge, the American offshoot of Aldi and precious discounter “Trader Joe’s” Apple has secured from the ninth place among the best places to work.


3 comments on “Apple placed in the top 10 most popular employers

  1. There were many rumors about Apple expecting peak performance from their employees and that management is pretty rough. As for me, I would love to work for Google or Facebook one day 🙂

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