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Top 10 universities that produce the most staff for global tech firms

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2020-05-19 15:16:20
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1000’s of scholars at these faculties go on to work at tech giants reminiscent of Apple, Amazon, Microsoft, Fb, and Google, SHL discovered.

SHL launched a report on Monday figuring out the top US universities that graduate the most employees at massive international tech corporations. 

The analysis lined the background of greater than 800,000 graduates to find out which universities produced probably the most expertise for main tech corporations, and what college main corporations tended to rent from most. 

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Utilizing LinkedIn, SHL calculated the variety of graduates from every establishment working at 15 of the world’s largest tech corporations. The businesses included Apple, Microsoft, Alphabet, Dell Applied sciences, IBM, Intel, HP, Fb, Nvidia, Oracle, Adobe, Amazon, Samsung, Nintendo, and Sony.

The highest US 10 universities producing tech employees 

The report recognized the next universities as having probably the most graduates turn into workers at main tech corporations, together with the variety of workers. 

  1. College of Washington (16,786 workers)
  2. College of California–Berkeley (13,260 workers)
  3. Stanford College (12,973 workers)
  4. College of Texas–Austin (11,049 workers)
  5. College of Southern California (9,071 workers)
  6. Arizona State College–Tempe (8,320 workers)
  7. Carnegie Mellon College (8,274 workers)
  8. Georgia Institute of Expertise (7,961 workers)
  9. College of California–Los Angeles (7,829 workers)
  10. College of Illinois–Urbana-Champaign (7,671 workers)

The College of Washington blew away the competitors with probably the most college students changing into workers at main tech organizations. When trying on the breakdown by tech firm, Washington graduates have been the most well-liked alternative for workers at Amazon and Microsoft. 

At Silicon Valley-based corporations reminiscent of Apple, Fb and Google, nonetheless, Stanford grads gave the impression to be the commonest. 

Amazon worker make-up

  1. College of Washington (5,202 workers)
  2. College of Southern California (1,893 workers)
  3. Arizona State College–Tempe (1,711 workers) 
  4. Georgia Institute of Expertise (1,502 workers)
  5. College of California–Berkeley (1,489 workers)

Apple worker make-up 

  1. Stanford College (1,939 workers)
  2. College of California–Berkeley (1,749 workers)
  3. College of Texas–Austin (1,247 workers)
  4. College of Southern California (1,053 workers) 
  5. College of California–Los Angeles (947 workers)

Fb worker make-up

  1. College of California–Berkeley (1,559 workers)
  2. Stanford College (1,475 workers) 
  3. Carnegie Mellon College (935 workers)
  4. College of Washington (908 workers) 
  5. College of California–Los Angeles (876 workers)

Google worker make-up 

  1. Stanford College (3,934 workers)
  2. College of California–Berkeley (3,765 workers)
  3. Carnegie Mellon College (2,357 workers)
  4. College of California–Los Angeles (1,843 workers)
  5. Massachusetts Institute of Expertise (1,708 workers)

Microsoft workers make-up

  1. College of Washington (6,399 workers)
  2. Washington State College (1,114 workers)
  3. Georgia Institute of Expertise (1,051 workers)
  4. College of Illinois–Urbana-Champaign (999 workers)
  5. Carnegie Mellon College (916 workers)

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