Graduates continue to consider Telekom an exceptional opportunity for starting their career. But that’s just the start of the company’s dedication to its people.
Getting better every year: the Deutsche Telekom Group once again ranked under the Top 100 employers in Europe in the Trendence Graduate Barometer survey.
In the 2014 Trendence survey, Deutsche Telekom has successfully defended its place in the Business category after it moved up an impressive 21 positions in 2013. Last year the students who took part in the Engineering/IT section moved us four places up the scale. We kept up the good work and this year we moved up another eight places, putting us at no. 54 among future engineers.
Overall, the survey polled more than 300,000 university students about which companies they find attractive and what they’re looking for in their first professional position.
Trendence, a Berlin-based research institute, spoke with about 95,000 students for the Business category and over 120,000 students for the Engineering/IT ranking.
However, the company didn’t just do well as a potential employer. It also came in second in the annual Employer Branding Awards 2013 for its university recruitment activities in Germany.
That Deutsche Telekom is working - and succeeding - in improving its visibility among current and future graduates, is no accident. The company knows this is one of the best ways to recruit the kind of qualified, dedicated and passionate candidates who can thrive in a challenging and rewarding career at Europe’s leading ITC provider.