• Tesla, along with SpaceX is considered by engineers as the best companies to work in the US
  • One of the possible reasons for this is Tesla's revolutionary products
  • Another reason could be because of Elon Musk

The first-ever hand-over ceremony of Tesla For Made In China (MIC) Model 3 in its Gigafactory 3 in China was memorable because of a variety of reasons. It proves that the American electric vehicle maker could meet or even exceed its ambitious goals. Aside from the proposal of a young GF2 worker to his partner, the ceremony represents a trend that underlines that Tesla is the company of choice of the next generation auto workers, reports Teslarati.

Contrasting the conventional executives from legacy auto swarming with veterans with a proven track record in the business for decades, the Tesla ceremony in China is composed of mostly young professionals and executives in their 30s and 40s. Tesla executives are young, aggressive, and ambitious, Teslarati observes. But, Tesla’s charm to young professionals is not only limited in China.

Germany may be looking at Tesla to encourage young talent, according to the Economics Minister of Brandenburg, Jorg Steinbach. “I am optimistic that young people from all over Germany and far beyond want to take part in this project,” he noted. The economics minister also believes that the arrival of the American electric car maker could enable workers in the region to future-proof their jobs.


In a 2019 survey conducted by employer branding specialist Universum, it found that SpaceX and Tesla, two companies under Elon Musk’s leadership, are the best employers in the US according to the perception of engineering students. This is especially true for young idealistic working who believe that there are only a few companies worth working, one of which is Tesla. One of the possible reasons why many young professionals perceive Tesla as one of the best companies to work for is because of Elon Musk.

The Tesla and SpaceX CEO is bold, ambitious, and daring. He is also a visionary who seems to achieve his goals and ambitions no matter how tough, impossible, or outrageous they may sound. Musk is like the real-life version of Tony Stark, spending most of his time testing his products instead of languishing in his office or holding meetings.

Elon Musk’s charm and the promising revolutionary products of his companies could be the reasons why young professionals and executives are attracted to his companies. Maybe, they believe in Musk’s vision and outlook.