The political divide reaches deep here in the U.S.A.
And when it comes to where folks would really, really like to work, it appears there’s a generational divide, too.
A new survey of 220,000 U.S. adults found that with a couple of exceptions, every demographic sees Google as the apex employer.
That’s young people, old people, men, women, high school graduates, PhDs, poor people, rich people, Westerners, Southerners, Midwesterners and Northeasterners.
It’s just not Republicans or Baby Boomers.
That’s according to the survey by brand-management firm Morning Consult Intelligence.
Overall, Google was the top-choice employer, followed by Disney, Amazon, Apple and Microsoft.
Republicans, however, put Google as No. 3, after Amazon and Harley-Davidson.
Baby Boomers preferred Google even less — it’s No. 7 on their list, which starts out with Amazon, Disney and Harley-Davidson.
But, as Inc magazine pointed out, the Morning Consult results probably don’t reflect widespread ambition for Google jobs.
“Surveys like this are more a measure of brand familiarity and product attractiveness rather than an informed desire to work for a certain company,” Inc reported.
Photo: Artist’s rendering of Google’s proposed Charleston East campus (City of Mountain View)
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