Ranking LinkedIn Top Companies 2019 Mexico

Eight of the 25 companies that make up the ranking and that generate interest for users to develop professionally are Mexican. Photo: Flickr
Eight of the 25 companies that make up the ranking and that generate interest for users to develop professionally are Mexican. Photo: Flickr

Among 25 companies where Mexicans most dream of working, 32 percent are Mexican, that is, eight of these companies generate interest to develop professionally, revealed Top Companies 2019 first unveiled by LinkedIn.

In a statement, the social network of professionals in the world detailed that Grupo Salinas heads the list, while Femsa occupies the third position; In addition, six Mexican companies are in the top 10.

In order to confirm this ranking, the actions carried out by the users on the platform were considered, which were analyzed through four main pillars: interest in the company, commitment of their current employees to the company, demand for employment and retention level of your employees.

"The first list in Mexico includes companies that have a large presence in the country and with a wide recognition internationally."

It is noteworthy that companies are part of industries ranging from information technology, consumer, banking, finance, health, and beauty, currently recognized for generating an important impact in the professional world, and that stand out for being innovative.

Ranking LinkedIn Top Companies 2019 Mexico

Grupo Salinas

Walmart

FEMSA

Alsea

Amazon

CitiBanamex

Lala Group

CEMEX

Softtek

Santander Bank

SAP Financial Group Banorte

BBVA

Bancomer

PepsiCo

Mars

Monterrey Insurance (New York Life Insurance Company)

El Palacio de Hierro

IBM

AXA

Novartis

Oracle

AT&T

Nestlé

Johnson Controls

L'Oréal

"We are very happy to announce this list for the first time in Mexico, which represents, without a doubt, a great opportunity for all those interested in finding the job of their dreams, as well as reinforcing our commitment to all users of the platform, to continue to be the most important professional meeting point in the world, "said Natalia Fabeni, LinkedIn News Editor for Latin America.

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