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AFRY most attractive employer according to researchers

Thu, 25/06/2020 - 09:39 CEST

This year’s edition of the Swedish magazine “Framtidens Forskning” (Future Research) has published a survey, in which 600 researchers in Sweden have ranked potential employers. AFRY is the highest ranking company, with 36 percent of respondents saying that they could see themselves working at AFRY. Astra Zeneca is the runner-up, with 31 percent.

The survey was conducted by the Swedish magazine “Framtidens Forskning” on 29-30 April, based on a random selection of researchers. 600 researchers answered the question “Which of the following research-intensive companies could you see yourself working at?”

“I am very happy and proud that AFRY is and remains an attractive company among researchers, as they make up an important part of our success. We work with development of innovative and sustainable solutions within a large number of areas, and a close collaboration with academia is of high importance,” says Jonas Gustavsson, President and CEO.

AFRY’s strategy is to convert knowledge and scientific results to packaged solutions for our clients. Today AFRY employs 17 000 dedicated experts within areas such as energy, industry and infrastructure.

The statistical margin of error for the survey is 2.5-4.0 percentage points. The magazine “Framtidens Forskning” is produced by NextMedia, in partnership with the Swedish Foundation for Strategic Research.

More about the survey: 

AFRY is an international engineering, design and advisory company. We support our clients to progress in sustainability and digitalisation. We are 17,000 devoted experts within the fields of infrastructure, industry and energy, operating across the world to create sustainable solutions for future generations.

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Johan Nyman, Head of Media Relations and PR
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