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Top Graduate Employers

The financial services industry continues to be the main recruiter of university graduates into professional employment. Filter the table below by region, industry and occupation.

Construction

Rank Employer Graduate-level posts
1 Aecom 105
2 Arup 85
3 Jacobs Engineering 80
4 Balfour Beatty 75
5 Amey 40
5 Kier Group 40
7 Costain 35
8 Laing O'Rourke 30
9 Bam Nuttall 25
9 Skanska 25
11 Mace 20
11 Morgan Sindall 20
11 Ramboll 20
14 Carillion 15
14 CH2M Hill 15
14 Galliford Try 15
14 Interserve 15
14 Mouchel 15
14 Sir Robert McAlpine 15
14 Taylor Wimpey 15
14 URS 15
14 Vinci Construction 15
23 Bechtel 10
23 Bidwells 10
23 Bouygues UK 10
23 Fairhurst 10
23 Farrans Construction 10
23 Graham 10
23 ISG Pearce 10
23 Lagan Construction 10
23 Lendlease 10
23 Parsons Brinckerhoff 10
23 Pell Frischmann 10
34 Alstom 5
34 Asda 5
34 Barratt Developments 5
34 Berkeley Homes 5
34 Brookfield Multiplex 5
34 CB&I 5
34 Crossrail 5
34 Eurovia 5
34 FP McCann 5
34 Higgins Construction 5
34 JN Bentley 5
34 Keepmoat 5
34 Lovell 5
34 McCarthy & Stone 5
34 MWH Global 5
34 Persimmon Homes 5
34 Redrow Homes 5
34 Ringway Jacobs 5
34 Siemens AG 5
34 St George's Hospital 5
34 Taylor Woodrow 5
34 VolkerFitzpatrick 5
34 Wates 5
34 Willmott Dixon 5
34 Withheld 5
59 Barratt Homes Fewer than 5
59 Bentley Motors Fewer than 5
59 BHS Fewer than 5
59 Capita Fewer than 5
59 General Electric Fewer than 5
59 Gravitas Recruitment Group Fewer than 5
59 gtc Fewer than 5
59 Highways Agency Fewer than 5
59 Lafarge Tarmac Fewer than 5
59 McLaren Fewer than 5
59 Morrison Utility Services Fewer than 5
59 Murphy Group Fewer than 5
59 Northern Ireland Electricity Fewer than 5
59 RPS Group Fewer than 5
59 The GB Group Fewer than 5
59 Unspecified Employer Fewer than 5
59 Various Fewer than 5

These tables are compiled using data taken from the annual Destinations of Leavers from Higher Education (DLHE) survey (2013–14) conducted by the Higher Education Statistics Agency (HESA). Read more about the methodology of this study.