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The Most Desired Employers in the UK


The Most Desired Employers in the UK

In the dynamic landscape of the UK job market in 2023, three corporate giants stand out as the most coveted employers…

Drawing talent from diverse professional realms; Amazon, BT, and Tesco have emerged as the unrivalled Tech Titans, shaping the trajectory of the country’s workforce with an array of desirable job roles. From pioneering advancements in technology to revolutionising the retail sector, these industry leaders have positioned themselves as the ultimate destinations for job seekers.

Let’s delve into the details of what makes these Tech Titans the most desired employers in the UK’s contemporary professional landscape.

The new UK’s Most Wanted Workplaces report by the experts at has revealed which UK tech titans frequently appeared in searches for the most in-demand jobs on Glassdoor – with Amazon taking the top spot.

Most Wanted Workplaces in 2023: 

Rank Name of company No. of times the company appeared in searches for job roles
1 Amazon 20
2= Barclays 13
2= BT 13
4 Accenture 12
5 IBM 11
6= Tesco 10
6= Vodafone 10
8= NHS 9
8= Meta 9
10 Capgemini 8

Amazon is one of the biggest hiring companies in the UK, as it appeared in Glassdoor’s top ten companies to work for in 20 out of 40 job roles. Amazon is primarily an online retailer, but some of the job roles that Amazon offered were as diverse as business development manager, HR manager and software engineer.

Ranking as the second biggest company hiring for the most-wanted roles is Barclays, with 13 out of 40 job roles. The bank, based in London employs a range of varied roles from customer service manager (or assistant), enterprise architect, and operations manager.

In joint second place alongside Barclays is BT, with the company already employing 13/40 of the most desirable job roles. The telecommunications company offers roles in several different areas, from enterprise architect to finance manager and HR Business Partner.

Accenture, an information technology services and consulting company, emerged as the third company boasting the most in-demand job roles with 12 out of 40. Offering a range of positions from content designer, project manager, full stack engineer, data engineer and java developer.

When comparing supermarkets, Tesco reigned supreme with 10 out of 40 jobs on offer,  whilst Sainsbury’s offers 7 out of 40. Tesco’s job offering included customer service manager (or assistant), mobile engineer, personal shopper, sales manager, delivery driver, diversity & inclusion manager, delivery manager, front end engineer, and UX designer.

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