Apple Inc. landed at no. 2 at LinkedIn's list of Most In-Demand Employers of 2013.
LinkedIn had scrutinised over 25 billion data points from different companies. These data were used as comparison and basis to conduct surveys among thousands of members to determine each of the company's familiarity and engagement score.
The analysis also includes members' online activities like viewing employee profiles, writing company pages and following companies.
To make sure that objectivity is upheld while coming up of the list, LinkedIn excluded itself from the companies being ranked.
Working with Apple was made all the more exciting with its announcement of its massive Campus 2 enterprise which was granted final approval by the Cupertino City Council.
As how Apple puts it "A job at Apple is unlike any other you've had. You'll be challenged. You'll be inspired. And you'll be proud. Because whatever your job is here, you'll be part of something big."
In a press conference on Wednesday, done to officially announced the Apple's Campus 2 being granted its permit, Apple's Chief Financial Officer Peter Oppenheimer expressed his excitement about this endeavour.
"This is a very special moment for us at Apple. We have put a tremendous amount of love and energy into this campus, and we can't wait to get started building it.We're going to spend the right amount of money on this."
He said that the budget was carefully and responsibly planned to spend Apple shareholders' money wisely and efficiently.
Apple has yet to announced the targeted date of finish of the new enterprise, but Apple CEO Tim Cook said back in February that Apple can hopefully move in by 2016.
"Cupertino is Apple's home, we love Cupertino, we're very proud to be here and we're thrilled that Apple Campus 2 will be part of Cupertino," he said.
Meanwhile, for jobseekers out there, here are the top twenty companies that made it to the LinkedIn's Most In-Demand Employers of 2013.
10. McKinset & Comapny
11. Nestle S.A.
12. Johnson & Johnson
17. The Walt Disney Company
18. The Coca-Cola Company
The full list can be viewed here.
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