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Audi Earns Top Employer Nod in trendence Study

For the ninth consecutive time, Audi has been ranked first by engineering students in Germany as the place they’d like to work upon graduation, according to a study performed by research institute trendence.  Performed over the course of six months across several German universities with 37,000 participants, the study also found that Audi was looked upon quite highly by Business Management students, achieving a second place result for where they’d most like to find employment, slightly behind the BMW Group.

Chalk it up to the four ring’s emphasis on innovation, or their outright sales performance, but no matter which way you cut it, the accolade is an impressive one.  Considering that Audi is currently looking to expand it’s workforce with 1200 new graduates, many of which will be focussed on IT and Digitalization efforts, the ranking certainly comes at a very good time.

Read the full press release below.

  • Top rankings once again among students of engineering and business management 
  • Stephan Meier, Head of International Human Resources: “Important confirmation for Audi as an attractive and forward-looking company” 
  • Some 1,200 positions vacant in the future-oriented fields of electric mobility and digitization 

Making visions into “Vorsprung” – the development engineers of tomorrow would prefer to do that at Audi. In the latest study by trendence, a research institute, the brand with the Four Rings was ranked in first place for the ninth time in succession by engineering students. Audi also gained a top ranking once again from students of business management, taking second place. As an innovative company, Audi wants to strengthen its workforce with 1,200 more employees in its most important areas for the future. Digitization is increasingly creating new jobs.

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