AFRY most popular employer among researcher
AFRY is once again ranked as the most popular employer when researchers in Sweden select potential employers. In its annual survey, Framtidens Forskning has asked 700 researchers in Sweden to rank potential employers that they could consider working for and 28 percent of the respondents choose AFRY. Astra Zeneca and Volvo Group come soon after, with 27 and 25 percent respectively.
The survey was conducted in early May 2021 against a random sample of researchers in the academy. The results are based on answers from about 700 researchers who have answered the question "Which of the following research-intensive companies could you imagine working for?".
- I am very happy and proud that AFRY is and remains an attractive company among researchers, as they are an important part of our success. Our customers are looking for sustainable solutions and collaboration with the academy is of great importance as technology solutions, research and innovation together contribute to increased sustainability, says Jonas Gustavsson.
AFRY's strategy for being a leading innovative company is about collaborating with research and academia as well as attracting researchers and experts, who are driven by helping AFRY's customers accelerate the transition to a sustainable society.
The magazine and online magazine Framtidens Forskning are produced by NextMedia, in collaboration with the Foundation for Strategic Research. The statistical margin of error for the survey is 2.5–4.0 percentage points.
More about the survey: framtidensforskning.se/2021/06/16/samverkan-avgorande-for-sveriges-konkurrenskraft
For further information, please contact:
Anna Magni, Head of Communication, Division Infrastructure, AFRY
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