KPMG ranked as the 8th most attractive employer in the Middle East

KPMG ranked as the 8th most attractive employer

KPMG has been ranked as the 8th most attractive employer for business students in the Middle East, based on a survey carried out by Universum, an employer branding research, insights and communications company.

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Ahmed Abu Sharkh

KPMG has been ranked as the 8th most attractive employer for business students in the Middle East, based on a survey carried out by Universum, an employer branding research, insights and communications company.

The survey results were based on the responses of 13,873 Business and Engineering & IT students in Qatar, the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia, the United Arab Emirates, Kuwait, Egypt and Lebanon. KPMG moved up six spaces from the 2015 ranking.

On the ranking, Ahmed Abu-Sharkh, country senior partner at KPMG in Qatar said; “It’s an honor for KPMG to be ranked highly amongst the student community. Our people are our greatest asset and we believe our future depends on how we nurture talent. We invest in developing our people by giving them the opportunity to be involved in challenging projects and through structured learning and development programs – a strong value proposition for new graduates.”

KPMG in Qatar works closely with some of the country’s leading universities to provide training and internship opportunities to young people interested in pursuing a career in professional services. Over 20 graduates joined the firm’s Doha office in 2016 from universities in Qatar and around the world.

Overall, KPMG in the Middle East and South Asia region saw more than 2,500 new hires in 2016.

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