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MICHELIN RECRUITS

8,000
Employees
20
JOB PROFESSIONS
171
SITES IN THE WORLD
Our Presentation Watch video
  Our Presentation
Our Presentation
Road mobility is fundamental to human development, but its growth poses enormous challenges. Today, there are more than one billion motor vehicles on the road worldwide, a number that could rise to over 1.5 billion in 2020. More than 60% of the world's oil output is used in transportation. Around the world, fuel efficiency and emissions standards are being tightened in response to the growing scarcity of fossil fuels, climate change and the need to protect the environment, especially in urban areas. To meet this challenge, the industry is undergoing a profound shift towards cleaner, more connected road mobility that makes more efficient use of energy and raw materials.
Michelin Career Mobility Watch video
  Michelin Career Mobility
Michelin Career Mobility
Developing new solutions for better mobility and more safety for people is exciting. Working in a multi-cultural environment, with people from different worlds, in many fields of activity opens new perspectives. Thanks to all this, Michelin is also providing varied and unique career paths.
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Michelin Man Story Watch video
  Michelin Man Story
Michelin Man Story
The story begins in 1889 with founders André and Edouard Michelin. In 1894, during an international fair, the brothers had the idea to create the Michelin man. For more than 120 years, Bibendum has embodied the brand, its values, its commitments, and its missions.
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Work in quality at Michelin Watch video
  Work in quality at Michelin
Work in quality at Michelin

OUR SITES AROUND THE WORLD

Michelin in the World
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employees in 171 countries

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Michelin in Japan
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Our headquarters based in Tokyo & one of our 3 biggest R&D Centers located in Ota City, Gunma.

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Sites in Japan

550

Employees in Japan

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In 2018, Michelin won first place in the "Happy Trainees" ranking. In the category of more than 500 trainees and alternates, Michelin leads the ranking with a satisfaction rate of nearly 95%.
   
Michelin, the company preferred by trainees and apprentices