Revealed: Top companies to work for in US

Revealed: Top companies to work for in US

New York - The list is derived based on the actions of LinkedIn's more than 546 million professionals.

By Web Report

Published: Wed 21 Mar 2018, 11:00 PM

Last updated: Thu 22 Mar 2018, 1:07 PM

LinkedIn has revealed 2018's top companies that professionals across the US want to work at. The list is derived based on the actions of LinkedIn's more than 546 million professionals.

The top 10 companies in the US are:

1. Amazon

With a headcount of 566,000, Amazon will soon open a second headquarters in North America. The company is the second-largest private employer in the US.

2. Alphabet
Google controls the market for search and rules digital advertising, along with Facebook. Google, the largest Alphabet division, receives 1.1 million applications in a year and plans open and expand office in nine stands. The current global headcount of the company is 80,110.
3. Facebook
Facebook is currently garnering lot of attention for its potential misuse of member data, but this platform with 2 billion monthly users is worth over $512 billion. A whopping 25,100 employees man the social networking platform.
4. Salesforce
With a headcount of 30,000, this cloud-based business software giant wants its employees to focus beyond the product on the culture and community. The company maintains a good mix of 35 per cent of employees from different nationalities.  
5. Tesla
Tesla attracted 500,000 job applications in 2017. The company built the world's biggest battery last year and announced plans for electric semis and world's fastest car production. The global headcount of the company currently stands at 37,000.
6. Apple
Apple employees get a neat 25 per cent discount on any Apple devices. Isn't that a reason enough to work with the world's most valued brand? The company boosts a headcount of 123,000 globally and is expanding its engineering and IT headcount.     
7. Comcast NBCUniversal
The employees of this firm get complimentary access to Universal theme parks, discounts on resorts and early access to NBCUniversal movies and TV shows. Isn't it an irresistible catch? 
8. The Walt Disney Company
The company made an initial investment of $50 million at the beginning of the year in an ongoing education program specifically designed to cover tuition costs for hourly employees.
9. Oracle
Oracle recognises its developers as inventors and creators of "world-changing tech" and encourages them to file patents.
10. Netflix
The company doesn't have policies on vacation time, paid parental leave, dress code or expenses. "We trust our teams to do what they think is best for Netflix," it says.

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