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ANZ most desirable employer, survey says

ANZ most desirable employer, survey says

ANZ Royal Bank has been identified as the most desirable employer among university students and new graduates in a new survey released by business consultancy BD Link.

In the survey of 1,200 students from Cambodia's public and private universities, 52.1 percent of respondents identified ANZ Royal as one of the top five employers they would most like to work for. ACLEDA Bank was identified as a top five choice by 40.7 percent of respondents, the World Bank by 36.6 percent and NGO World Vision by 34.6 percent.

Asked to nominate just one employer, 13.5 percent selected ANZ Royal, 12.5 percent the World Bank, 11.4 percent World Vision and 11.4 percent ACLEDA Bank.

ANZ Royal CEO Stephen Higgins said the results were a reward for the bank's efforts to establish its brand.

"Most people in Cambodia know who we are," he said.

See more coverage in today's Education and Careers section.

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