At last, the results are out! We’ve gone through the 4,000+ reviews written on TheJobCrowd in 2013 to see which companies have been rated as the best to work for by their very own employees and ranked them so you can see who the graduate employers that are great companies to work for are. This year, we have ranked the Top 100 companies overall as well as the Top 25 Smaller Companies and the Top 10 companies across 17 sectors.

Microsoft are the No.1 company for a 2nd year in a row but check out the hundreds of fantastic companies listed – you will have heard of many but there’s lots of surprises in there too!

We’ve distributed to 70,000 print guides of the results to universities nationwide so if you are at Uni, be sure to pick up a print guide at your careers service or at careers fairs, otherwise, you can view the full results here:

http://www.thejobcrowd.com/top-companies-to-work-for

If you are applying to any of these companies, then good luck – they are all great employers so we are sure that you will be very happy working for any of them! And please don’t forget to mention TheJobCrowd in your application!!!

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Interview Tips That Will Help You Get the Job

Experts from the best companies in the UK share their experience and advice on how to boss the interview process

interview tips

Jazz Panesar is a Digital and Technology Apprentice at Severn Trent. Read Jazz’s story here.

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Have your own questions prepared. It's your turn! As the interview comes to a close, one of the final questions you may be asked is "What can I answer for you?" Your interviewer will expect you to have...
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Research the Company. Do your homework about the employer and the industry so you are ready for the interview question "What do you know about this company?"
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