LinkedIn’s Top Companies List is a ranking of 25 employers who are investing in their talent. Hire us please
If you’re a recent graduate (or about to be), LinkedIn’s 6th annual list is a great place to suss out potential employers and how they’re investing their talent.
And with almost all of LinkedIn’s Top Companies of 2022 repeat employers of STEM grads, it’s official – STEM workplaces are up there with the best!
To put together this year’s rankings, LinkedIn looked at internal data across seven pillars associated with career progression:
- ability to advance
- skills growth
- company stability
- external opportunity
- company affinity
- gender diversity
- spread of educational backgrounds
And the results? A hot-list of companies that are offering stability — attracting and retaining employees, investing in their talent and helping people build careers that will set them up for long-term success.
As part of each company listing, you’ll find insights around which roles and skills are in demand, top locations and much more. And the coolest bit? You can also explore open any advertised vacancies.
And if a company catches your eye don’t forget to follow their LinkedIn page and/or turn on job alerts to stay on top of future opportunities. Oh, and connect with us while you’re at it.
LinkedIn’s Top Companies 2022
Look at this list as an epic resource, whether you’re mid career pivot, jumping back into the workforce or investing in new skills.
- Commonwealth Bank
- Woolworths Group
- Westpac Group
- DXC Technology
- Tata Consultancy services
- Optus (Singtel)
- Monash Health
- Dell Technologies
Full employer details are here.
Keen to know what kinds of roles engineering grads would have at one of LinkedIn’s top employers? Here are two grads whose employers made the list.
Rhiannon Nee-Salvador, ethical hacker, CBA (#1)
Rhiannon’s role as a pen tester in the CBA’s graduate program is an important one. Often called ethical hackers, it’s the job of experts like Rhiannon to figure out where and how a hacker might break into an organisation’s computer system.
“I am passionate about privacy and preventing the erosion of our digital rights,” Rhiannon says.
Ashley Harris, Product Manager, Atlassian (#13)
New Zealand-based Ashley Harris started his associate product manager internship with Atlassian while studying a Bachelor of Science (Computer Science and Statistics) at The University of Auckland.
“It’s a unique opportunity to launch your career. You’re given a huge amount of responsibility,” Ashley says.
Ashley worked on the project management tools Trello, Confluence and Jira during his internship, and now works part-time as an associate product manager.
“I get to work with different types of people in different teams, doing a variety of cool stuff,” he says.
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Author: Cassie Steel
As Refraction’s digital editor, Cassie Steel spends her days researching robots and stalking famous scientists on Twitter.