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By Lindsey Gerdes
For the first annual Global Index of Employer Attractiveness by the research firm Universum, nearly 120,000 students from across the globe weighed in on the companies where they'd most like to work.
Undergraduate business and engineering students in 11 of the world's 12 leading economies, including the U.S., the U.K., China, Japan, Canada, Russia, Spain, France, Germany, Italy, and India, provided their feedback. The slides that follow feature the top 50 employers for undergraduate business students worldwide.