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Tine Jensen Fjælberg, graduate, Gro Stakkestad, maintenance lead at Gullfaks, and Ole Johan Sverdrup, process operator Gullfaks A.
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Energise your career by joining us in Equinor.

Widely recognised as one of the most innovative companies in the energy industry, we are grateful to have been voted among the most attractive employers within engineering, IT and business for several consecutive years.

With us, you can enjoy exciting career opportunities, a progressive approach to work-life balance, a competitive salary and benefits that support your long-term financial stability – as well as the knowledge that you’re making an important contribution to society. Because at Equinor, we’re tackling some of the world’s biggest challenges head-on, and we need people with a strong drive. If you want to make a difference, you should be working for Equinor.

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Universum Awards 2022

Elisabeth Bruksås, Daniel Sander Isaksen, Sandrine Tørstad and Virginie Bachelet.
Elisabeth Bruksås, Daniel Sander Isaksen, Sandrine Tørstad and Virginie Bachelet.

Equinor awarded as one of the most attractive employers by Universum

The new Universum survey confirms the top position on employer attractiveness among engineers in Norway. In the business category Equinor has climbed from 4th to 2nd place and there is a notable progress among IT professionals, from 11th to 7th.

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Jakob Berg Vigdal , Elisabeth Bruksås, Virginie Bachelet, Ellen Andreasson, Ingrid Marker, and Alexander Hoggan Bergsmo.
Jakob Berg Vigdal , Elisabeth Bruksås, Virginie Bachelet, Ellen Andreasson, Ingrid Marker, and Alexander Hoggan Bergsmo.
Photo: Line Slotnæs

Equinor voted favorite employer by students

At the 2022 Universum student survey with 11,000 respondents from 24 faculties Equinor was awarded #1 amongst engineering students, #2 amongst business students and #3 amongst IT students.