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As it turns out, tech giants like Facebook Inc. and Alphabet Inc.’s Google are no longer in the top ten on the top 100 Best Places to Work ranking by Glassdoor. Google, a top-ten finisher for the last eight years, came in at an eleventh place, Facebook, which earned the top spot three times in the previous ten years, tumbled to the twenty-third position.

Apple also sank to a low eighty-fourth rank from seventy-first, while Amazon didn’t make it on the list at all. Is Your Company on the List?

The Top 10 Best Places to Work in the U.S. for 2020 are

  1. HubSpot
  2. Bain & Company
  3. DocuSign
  4. In-N-Out Burger
  5. Sammons Financial Group
  6. Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory
  7. Intuitive Surgical
  8. Ultimate Software
  9. VIPKid
  10. Southwest Airlines


The Top 100 Best Places to Work in America for 2020

The Top 100 Best Places to Work in America for 2020

Rank (1 - 50)CompanyRank (51 - 100)Company
2Bain & Company52Crowe
3DocuSign53Yardi Systems
4In-N-Out Burger54Forrester
5Sammons Financial Group55Costco Wholesale
6Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory56Slalom
7Intuitive Surgical57JDA Software
8Ultimate Software58John Deere
9VIPKid59Rose International
10Southwest Airlines60Milwaukee Tool
11Google61Irvine Company
12LinkedIn62St. Jude Children's Research Hospital
13Boston Consulting Group63T-Mobile
14Trader Joe's64Nextiva
16MathWorks66Power Design
17H E B67Dell Technologies
18Power Home Remodeling68Schneider Electric
19MD Anderson Cancer Center69Slack
21Microsoft71Johnson & Johnson
22lululemon72Massachusetts General Hospital
23Facebook73Allegiant Travel
24McKinsey & Company74Liberty National
25Camden Property Trust75Noom
26Vi76UST Global
27Viasat77Cisco Systems
28Mayo Clinic78E*TRADE Financial
29Keller Williams79Pella
30Wegmans Food Markets80eXp Realty
31JUUL Labs81Gensler
32Compass82Trilogy Health Services
35Kronos Incorporated85CR England
36VMware86Smile Brands
37Discount Tire87Stryker
38Bristol-Myers Squibb88Fidelity Investments
39Adobe89SkyWest Airlines
40Kimpton Hotels & Restaurants90Extra Space Storage
41E. & J. Gallo Winery91NYU Langone Health
42Taylor Morrison92Hilton
43Manpower93Edward Jones
44ABC Supply Co.94PwC
47CHG Healthcare97Acuity Insurance
48SAP98AXA Advisors
49Bergstrom Automotive99Northside Hospital
50College Nannies+Sitters+Tutors100Intel Corporation

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