A recent survey conducted by employer branding company Instar found that the companies valued most highly among the Estonian students are the IT company Skype Technologies, State Forest Management Centre and the state-owned energy company Eesti Energia.
Estonia’s biggest business daily Äripäev writes that 53 per cent of Estonia’s students would prefer working in the private sector, 29 per cent in the public sector and 16 per cent being self-employed. 2 per cent would prefer to work in the non-profit sector.
Estonia’s economics students found that Skype, Swedbank, and the Bank of Estonia were the most attractive employers, IT students preferred Skype, Transferwise, and Microsoft.
Instar surveyed 1,000 economy, IT, constructions, engineering, logistics, etc students from 15 Estonian universities.