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ABS-CBN ranks among PH’s top graduate employers

ABS-CBN remains one of the top companies to start and build a career at for young Filipinos after ranking third in GradPhilippines’ Top 100 Graduate Employers 2021.

The multimedia conglomerate is also the highest-ranked media and communications company in the list, which was determined based on student popularity (50 percent) and program quality (50 percent).

ABS-CBN was honored alongside other reputable companies in the Top 100 Graduate Employer Awards.
ABS-CBN was honored alongside other reputable companies in the Top 100 Graduate Employer Awards.
ABS-CBN was cited for its “fun and casual working environment with a family-oriented vibe,” as a good training ground for those who want to be part of the entertainment industry and a good place to develop and explore one’s talents.

GradPhilippines is under the Prosple network that runs 190 job board websites in the Asia Pacific region to help students get the best start to their careers. It used the same methodology behind Australia and New Zealand’s most prestigious graduate employer awards to rank the 604 graduate employers nominated in the Philippines.

ABS-CBN was honored alongside other well-loved and reputable companies in the Top 100 Graduate Employer Awards held virtually in partnership with the Inquirer Group of Companies.

Despite the shutdown of its broadcast operations and the non-renewal of its franchise in 2020, ABS-CBN remains present and felt in the lives of Filipinos. It continues to provide support, light, and joy here in the Philippines and all over the world through its news, entertainment, film, and music content, which are available on free TV, cable, online, and on streaming platforms.

Topics: ABS-CBN , GradPhilippines , Top 100 Graduate Employers 2021
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