Engineering graduates prefer to work for SME companies: Survey

Engineering graduates prefer to work for SME companies: Survey

Most of the engineering graduates are open to take up the jobs in small and medium sector jobs rather than big companies. A recent survey by leading HR company has been revealed some interesting information that 98.4 percent of surveyed engineering graduates are only prefer to work in small and medium sector and it will definitely fulfill the goals of fresh graduates who are looking for job eagerly.

Preferred place to work: 91 percent of respondents told that they prefer small companies are the best places to work. Because small companies offer free work life balance and friendly work culture to grow in their career life.
The other group with 54 percent of respondents reveals that large companies are the best places to work with good benefits and work place culture and growth opportunities.
Remaining 45 percent of candidates feel that both SME and large companies are the best choices to work and both the companies are having advantages and disadvantages at their own level.

Large companies not preferred: The other interesting fact is that 46 percent of respondents are not prefer to work at large companies because of unhealthy working conditions and lack of job security and long working hours are the main reasons.

Facts to accept a job: Job seekers accept a job offer when they find that the job is having most challenging job role and some group of jobseekers think that they prefer the company brand which is the top most reason for accepting a job offer. The other important reason is that distance from the company to home is also another reason in choosing a company.

This survey has been taken on 328 engineering graduates based from Hyderabad and studying BTech/BE in nearby engineering colleges with 0-5 years work experience. Finally survey results shows that this his is the right time for SMEs to highlight the advantages of working with the SME sector and benefits they provide to their employees, and grab their due share of talent, finally putting an end to their talent woes.

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