Looking for a company that will pay you a competitive salary and provide top-notch benefits and perks? You're not alone.
The employers that land on LinkedIn's 2019 Top Companies list are most attractive to the platform's users. To rank these companies, LinkedIn reviewed the activity of its more than 500 million users, looking at interest from non-employees, engagement with employees, job demand and employee retention. To be eligible for the ranking, companies must have at least 500 employees. LinkedIn excluded itself and parent company Microsoft from the list.
As in previous years, companies in tech, media and finance dominate the list. Alphabet, which ranked No. 2 last year, takes the top spot this year as the most attractive employer of 2019, followed by social media giant Facebook and e-commerce company Amazon, which dropped out of the first place spot it claimed last year.
Read on for the 25 most attractive employers in the U.S.:
25. Wells Fargo
Number of global employees: 258,700
Despite several high-profile scandals in recent years, LinkedIn says that Wells Fargo has taken major steps to rebrand itself by hiring executives in its risk division and removing unrealistic sales targets from its goals.
Number of U.S. employees: 11,000
In addition to unlimited vacation time and paid holidays, U.S. employees who have been working at Adobe for five years also get a 20-day sabbatical. Meanwhile, staff members who have been at the company for 10 years get a 25-day sabbatical. After 10 years of employment with the company, employees may take a sabbatical of 30 business days at every five year interval.
Number of global employees: 1,200
According to LinkedIn, more than 100 Slack employees have trained and mentored incarcerated peers at San Quentin State Prison as part of the company's coding program, Last Mile. The tech company has also started a year-long initiative called Next Chapter, through which it will hire three Last Mile graduates as quality engineering apprentices.
Number of U.S. employees: 66,600
According to LinkedIn, Citi was the first U.S. company to publicly share its median pay gap globally, despite the fact that female employees currently earn 29 percent less than men. In an effort to close this gap, the company says it plans to increase female representation in executive roles to 40 percent by 2021.
21. Goldman Sachs
Number of global employees: 37,600
In an effort to attract new talent, Goldman Sachs has recently ditched its strict suit-and-tie dress code for more flexible guidelines.
Number of global employees: 57,000
According to LinkedIn, roughly 1,400 ADP volunteers in the U.S. recently celebrated the accomplishment of packaging their one millionth meal for Rise Against Hunger. The program is just one of the company's 1,500 global charitable initiatives.
Number of U.S. employees: 4,000
In Lyft's recent IPO filing, the company promised a majority of its rides would be delivered by its own "low-cost, scalded autonomous vehicle network" within 10 years, according to LinkedIn.
18. Bank of America
Number of global employees: 204,000
According to LinkedIn, more than 17,000 Bank of America employees have enrolled in its national "empathy" program, which teaches them how to personalize a customer's experience based on whether they are in early adulthood, parenthood or retirement.
Number of global employees: 201,000
Disney, which is the parent company of ESPN, ABC and Pixar, is one of the few companies that covers education costs for part-time and full-time employees. According to LinkedIn, Disney pays full tuition for part-time workers who are earning a high school diploma, a college degree or going back to school to pick up a new skill.
Number of U.S. employees: 35,000
Despite the long hours the company has become known for, The Wall Street Journal reports that Tesla is a dream employer for many young job-seekers who are eager to take advantage of some of the perks and benefits, which include driving a Tesla car. According to a PayScale survey, although the work environment can be stressful at times, 89 percent of employees at Tesla believe their work is having a positive impact on the world.
Number of U.S. employees: 184,000
NBCUniversal is preparing to enter the streaming world with its own ad-supported service in 2020, according to LinkedIn.
Number of U.S. employees: 1,800
After acquiring Gimlet Media and Anchor earlier this year, Spotify's CEO Daniel Ek says the company is looking to expand the reach of its original content. Already the streaming company is the second largest podcasting platform on the market.
13. The We Company
Number of U.S. employees: 6,000
WeWork, which rebranded as The We Company this year, announced that it was banning meat from all corporate events and employee expense reports.
"New research indicates that avoiding meat is one of the biggest things an individual can do to reduce their personal environmental impact — even more than switching to a hybrid car," WeWork's co-founder and chief culture officer Miguel McKelvey wrote in a memo to staff. He added that WeWork could save "over 15 million animals by 2023 by eliminating meat at our events."
Number of U.S. employees: 37,500
Cisco CEO Chuck Robbins sent a company-wide email last year explaining that he and the executive team would make mental health, sexual harassment and conscious culture priorities at company. The email followed the deaths by suicide of Anthony Bourdain and Kate Spade. "Unfortunately, we all know friends, family, and coworkers battling mental health conditions, or maybe you're going through your own struggles," he wrote.
Number of U.S. employees: 5,700
According to LinkedIn, Netflix is looking to move beyond being known as a simple tech company and is instead positioning itself as a content company that has "significant cultural impact."
Number of global employees: 145,000
Dell Technologies, which is the parent company of Dell, Dell EMC, VMware and RSA Security, has a flexible work policy that has reportedly saved U.S. employees 136 million miles of travel a year.
Number of global employees: 137,000
According to LinkedIn data, roughly 90 percent of Oracle's employees are located outside the company's San Francisco Bay Area headquarters. This in turn, has created hiring surges in U.S. metro areas like Austin, Texas and Los Angeles, California, as well as international locations like India and Romania.
Number of U.S. employees: 3,000
According to LinkedIn, Airbnb provides its employees with $500 in travel credits each quarter and they're allowed to roll over their balance with no cap on its value.
Number of global employees: 132,000
Number of U.S. employees: 10,000
At Uber, employees are encouraged to move around and explore new roles and responsibilities at the company. In fact, the ride-sharing platform tells LinkedIn that in 2018 alone, over 3,000 employees transferred to a different role, with a third of them taking on a totally different job function and 350 of those employees moving internationally.
Number of U.S. employees: 84,900
According to LinkedIn, employees at Deloitte are encouraged to think like entrepreneurs and are even given the opportunity to pitch their business ideas in order to secure funding from the company. In the U.S., roughly 20 ideas have been implemented through the company's Startup Deloitte program.
Number of U.S. employees: 22,000
Salesforce currently has over 4,000 open roles in the U.S. According to LinkedIn, not all of them require applicants to have a college degree.
Number of U.S. employees: 250,000
This past November, Amazon, parent company of Whole Foods, Audible and Zappos, raised its minimum wage to $15 an hour to all of its employees. The company also extended the option of contributing to a 401(k) to all staff members, including part-time and seasonal workers.
Number of global employees: 36,000
Facebook, parent company of Instagram, Oculus VR and WhatsApp, is known for hiring top-notch candidates to join its staff. The social media giant tells LinkedIn that when interviewing applicants, hiring managers at the company always ask this go-to question: "On your very best day at work — the day you come home and think you have the best job in the world — what did you do that day?"
Number of global employees: 98,800
Alphabet, parent company of Google, YouTube and Nest, is investing $13 billion to expand its company presence in the U.S. In a blog post earlier this year, CEO Sundar Pichai, said that "2019 marks the second year in a row we'll be growing faster outside of the Bay Area than in it."
The company says it plans to be present in 24 states by the end of 2019.
Disclosure: Comcast is the owner of NBCUniversal, parent company of CNBC and CNBC.com.
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