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5 Great YouTube Channels of Corporate Careers Pages

This week as we’re researching the Top Careers pages on Facebook and other social networks, we’ve looked through some excellent examples of careers channels on YouTube too. Taking a mix of content (the videos themselves, links to their other social places and richness of their channel) and the overall look and feel, here’s some great examples of corporate careers channels on YouTube that we think you’ll love.

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Verizon YouTubeVerizon’s backdrop is fully branded, and they’ve featured plenty of playlists with different sectors for their industry – experienced careers, graduate careers, military careers etc. It looks great, and the content feels warm and genuine.

Sainsburys YouTubeSainsburys YouTube channel features great videos of their team, with a day in the life in their stores, messages from their senior executives and store managers and more.

VMWare Careers YouTubeVMware Careers is a fully branded and active channel on YouTube featuring videos from the VMware offices around the world, their social places and essential links.

Unilever YouTubeWith a distinct harmony between all social places and websites of Unilever, and they’ve also got country-specific Unilever channels too.

Boeing YouTubeOur fave, from Boeing, has a superbly branded channel featuring links to all of their many social places and loads of video content featuring planes, factories and their people.

A big shout out must also go to Disney Careers, which (like their Facebook page we featured on Tuesday) matches all of their campaigns across all of their platforms.

Have you found some good examples of corporate careers channels on YouTube? Let us know your thoughts in the comments.

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