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2016 Survey Reveals Top 50 Companies That Creatives Would Kill To Work For
By Yoon Sann Wong, 02 Nov 2016
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For the third year running, Working Not Working unveils the top companies that creatives would “kill” to work for.
The survey involved 77% freelancers and 23% full time employees. The results comprise 50 of the most popular companies that surfaced from the more than 300 votes. 25 of these have appeared on the list in previous years, including Google, The New Yorker and Pentagram.
Working Not Working explains on its website:
“While the 4th most popular answer this year was ‘None/Freelance,’ plenty of creatives are still willing to give up their independent lifestyle under the right circumstances. With that in mind, we asked our members what it would take for them to go full-time.”
“Over 60% listed ‘Creative Opportunity’ as the most important factor, followed by ‘The Team’ and the ‘Company’s Mission’.”
[via It’s Nice That, image by Shane Griffin for Working Not Working]
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