In a new analysis by LinkedIn, the iPhone maker was found to be world's most desirable place to work.
LinkedIn on Monday released its first-ever Top Attractors list, which includes a ranking of the 40 most sought-after companies around the world. The networking site used its extensive data from more than 433 million members to craft the list, which was created using data on job applications, views on companies' career pages, member engagement and retention of new hires.
LinkedIn found some common threads among the world's most attractive employers: Many are trying to cut bureaucracy, increase flexibility and offer unique perks.
So which companies made LinkedIn's global top 40? Read below for the full rankings:
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