LinkedIn’s Top 15 Companies to Work For in Singapore in 2023
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Top 15 Companies to Work For in Singapore in 2023, According to LinkedIn

Top 15 Companies to Work For in Singapore in 2023 According to Linked In

LinkedIn has released its annual ranking of the best companies to work for in Singapore in 2023, with banking and technology firms dominating the list.

DBS Bank clinched the first spot, while Standard Chartered Bank placed second. Meanwhile, Mastercard ranked third, followed by Proctor & Gamble in the fourth spot, and Citi in fifth place.

Pooja Chhabria, LinkedIn career expert and head of editorial for APAC, told CNBC that the industry of finance in the Lion City “has always been a key pillar in the country’s economy.”

“Singapore is positioning itself as a fintech hub in the world. There continues to be long-term growth and job opportunities for professionals in areas from sustainable finance to data analysis,” she said.

Notably, Amazon and Alphabet, despite their mass global layoffs earlier this year, managed to take the seventh and 13th spot, respectively.

Here is the full list of LinkedIn’s top 15 companies to work for in Singapore:

  1. DBS Bank
  2. Standard Chartered Bank
  3. Mastercard
  4. Proctor & Gamble
  5. Citi
  6. Singtel
  7. Amazon
  8. Medtronic
  9. Grab
  10. Bank of America
  11. A.P. Moller – Maersk
  12. Apple
  13. Alphabet
  14. SAP
  15. Roche

According to Pooja, business affinity, company size, gender diversity, and educational background were some of the factors considered when ranking the best companies in Singapore.

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