US students crave Google jobs

November 14, 2011
The Google logo is seen at the Google headquarters in Mountain View, California in September 2011. Google tops the list when it comes to where US business students want to work after graduating, according to a survey released on Monday by brand specialty firm Universum.

Google tops the list when it comes to where US business students want to work after graduating, according to a survey released on Monday by brand speciality firm Universum.

The California-based Internet firm placed among the top 10 "ideal employers" for college students in an array of majors including liberal arts, natural sciences, and information technology.

Google, Apple and the Co., in that order, were considered the best places for business majors to work, based on the Universum survey of 61,726 students at 345 universities.

When it came to , US space agency NASA was top choice with Google coming in second.

also topped Universum's lists this year of the "world's most attractive employers" in the eyes of students in an array of countries seeking business or engineering careers.

Universum specializes in helping firms "attract, recruit and retain ideal talent while helping talent learn about ideal employers," according to its website.

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Skepticus
not rated yet Nov 14, 2011
Yes please, put them to work. Google Maps and satellite views are way out of date on incessant union-style continuous piece-meal road alterations like in Australia.
Shootist
not rated yet Nov 14, 2011
US students crave Google jobs


All the unemployed (idiots) with a liberal arts degree? When did the bottom 80% start going to University?

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