Consid Among Sweden’s Most Attractive Employers for Young People

Each year, Karriärföretag ranks the most attractive companies for young people. Consid has long been one of the companies that students rate the highest, and this is true once again in the 2024 survey.

Peter Hellgren, CEO Consid
Anna Johansson, Consid
Anna Johansson, Consid

– We are, of course, pleased with the high rating we have received and that we continue to be among the best in Sweden – that said, we obviously aim to go even higher. We have had a clear goal for almost two years now, where Consid aims to become Northern Europe’s leading IT partner, and the next generation of IT talents is incredibly important to that, says Peter Hellgren, CEO of Consid.

The wave of success continues for Consid. The IT company has, over the past three years, been named Sweden’s best employer, highly rated by students when ranking their preferred workplaces, and has won ten DI-Gasell awards.

In Karriärföretag’s 2024 ranking, over 5,000 IT students were asked which company they want to work for after graduation, placing Consid third in all of Sweden.

– “The IT industry is a future-oriented sector with both recruitment needs and skills shortages. Bringing new talents into the industry is very important for both our and the industry’s continued development. At Consid, we place great emphasis on helping young people enter the workforce in various ways. We strive to reach out to students and recent graduates. Through our mentorship program, we aim to help women and non-binary individuals get a foot in the door, and we have an award-winning trainee program, Next Level Academy, that works with students to bring them into the industry, says Anna Johansson, head of Next Level Academy.

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Trainee programme within System and App Development and UX Design. Consid Next Level Academy is accelerating talents in 1,5 years.
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