Maersk declining in popularity as prospective workplace among Danish students

Danish business students are not as eager to work at Maersk as they once were, reveals a new study.

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Maersk has dropped down in the rankings of dream employers among Danish business and finance students, reveals a new study from analyst firm Universum. Each year, the firm asks students where they hope to work after completing their degrees.

In the latest report, Maersk has dropped to fourth place, two spots down from last year's second-place.

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