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Engineering Graduates Rank Tesla & SpaceX As The Top 2 Favorite Employers

by Eva Fox July 31, 2020

Engineering Graduates Rank Tesla & SpaceX As The Top 2 Favorite Employers

Today's businesses operate in a highly competitive employment landscape, so they must be attractive. Through Universum research, employers can gain valuable insight into how their organization is perceived by the employees of tomorrow.

Universum is the most recognized Employer Branding specialist in the world. On an annual basis, Universum works with over 2000 universities, alumni groups, and professional organizations across 50 markets to gather insights from students and professionals in order to advise employers on how to attract talent that fits their culture and purpose.

Elon Musk's companies are the most coveted employer among engineering graduates in a recent Universum study. Tesla is #1 on this list, and SpaceX #2.


Source: Universum

Tesla is a company that creates zero-emission vehicles and its goal is to accelerate the world's transition to sustainable energy. Tesla's developments in automotive, energy storage, and software make the company a leader in many areas.

Musk's space company has already made incredible progress in rocket science. SpaceX rockets are reusable, which significantly reduces the cost of launches. The company is also deploying a system of satellites for high-speed Internet. But SpaceX's top priority is to build a Starship spacecraft for flights to the Moon and Mars.

In the ranking of companies in Computer Science, Tesla and SpaceX take 5th and 7th places, respectively. In addition, Tesla was ranked 8th in the Business/Commerce rating.

Both of Musk's companies have a higher and ambitious goal. The younger generation and specialists in the field understand this perfectly, and therefore consider Tesla and SpaceX the best places to work..

Article edited by @SmokeyShorts, you can follow him on Twitter




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