With over 400 brands, this consumer goods company has a presence in nearly every country on the planet.
It also has a serious commitment to sustainability. Its 10-year plan aims to improve health and nutrition for 1 billion people and cut its global footprint in half. Many of its brands have strong social agendas, too (like Pureit, an affordable water purifier).What they're looking for: Grads in more than 50 countries can apply for a two- to three-year Unilever Future Leaders training program. To get in, show you're a self-starter who can see brands through the consumer's eyes.
During interviews, be prepared with real-life examples and your own questions about Unilever, advises Adam Fisher, a global spokesperson. Most importantly, be yourself, he says. "We hire people because we believe their personality will flourish within our diverse workforce and culture," Fisher adds. --L.G.
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