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Infographic: World’s Best Employers

Infographic: The World's Best Employers 2017 | Statista You will find more statistics at Statista

21 October 2017. The technology industry has taken a lot of flak recently for its working conditions, particularly among women and minorities. Yet in this year’s survey of public companies by Forbes magazine, those from the tech industry are well represented among the best places to work. Our friends from Statista this week give the top 10 in those rankings, including 4 companies reported on regularly by Science & Enterprise: Alphabet (Google’s parent), Microsoft, Apple, and IBM.

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