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Revealed: America’s 100 Best Companies To Work For In 2020

When it comes to the best companies to work for the United States, Hilton lands the top spot. The hotels and resorts chain ranked No. 1 on Fortune Magazine’s 100 Best Companies to Work For list. Hilton is a hospitality company with a portfolio of 17 brands that include almost 5,900 properties in 114 countries and territories. Do you work for one of the best companies in the United States?

To identify the 100 best companies to work for in 2020, magazine partners with Great Place to Work. The list is based on survey responses from employees rating their workplace on elements such as compensation and benefits, hiring practices, training, diversity, trust in managers, fairness and camaraderie. Over 650,000 employees took the surveys.

The magazine says that the 100 companies combined have 91,425 jobs open at the moment.

Top 100 best companies to work in the United States, 2020

2Ultimate SoftwareInformation technology
3Wegmans Food MarketsRetail
4CiscoInformation technology
5WorkdayInformation technology
6SalesforceInformation technology
7Edward JonesFinancial services and insurance
8StrykerManufacturing and production
9American ExpressFinancial services and insurance
10Kimpton Hotels & RestaurantsHospitality
11IntuitInformation technology
12The Cheesecake FactoryHospitality
13BairdFinancial services and insurance
14Pinnacle Financial PartnersFinancial services and insurance
15Texas Health ResourcesHealthcare
16Kimley-HornProfessional Services
17Veterans United Home LoansFinancial services and insurance
18Camden Property TrustReal estate
19Navy Federal Credit UnionFinancial services and insurance
21Plante MoranFinancial services and insurance
22Southern Ohio Medical CenterHealthcare
23David Weekley HomesConstruction
24Capital One FinancialFinancial services and insurance
25EYProfessional Services
26JM Family EnterprisesManufacturing and production
27NvidiaInformation technology
28Hyatt HotelsHospitality
29Quicken LoansFinancial services and insurance
30HubSpotInformation technology
31SlalomProfessional Services
32KPMGProfessional Services
33Allianz Life Insurance Co. of North AmericaFinancial services and insurance
34ProtivitiProfessional Services
35AdobeInformation technology
36Pricewaterhouse- CoopersProfessional Services
37BayCare Health SystemHealthcare
38Marriott InternationalHospitality
39Publix Super MarketsRetail
40Perkins CoieProfessional Services
41AccentureProfessional Services
42T-Mobile USTelecommunications
43Scripps HealthHealthcare
44SynchronyFinancial services and insurance
45DeloitteProfessional Services
46West Monroe PartnersProfessional Services
47OrrickProfessional Services
48Red HatInformation technology
49Progressive InsuranceFinancial services and insurance
50Power Home RemodelingConstruction
51PluralsightInformation technology
52KronosInformation technology
53American Fidelity AssuranceFinancial services and insurance
54Baptist Health South FloridaHealthcare
55USAAFinancial services and insurance
56Alston & BirdProfessional Services
57CooleyProfessional Services
58Workiva Inc.Information technology
59SAP AmericaInformation technology
61SAS InstituteInformation technology
63DropboxInformation technology
64Comcast NBCUniversalTelecommunications
65Burns & McDonnellProfessional Services
66RyanProfessional Services
67Regeneron PharmaceuticalsBiotech and pharma
68Credit Acceptance CorporationFinancial services and insurance
69Bain & Co.Professional Services
70HilcorpManufacturing and production
71BoxInformation technology
72GenentechBiotech and pharma
73CHG HealthcareProfessional Services
74Novo NordiskBiotech and pharma
75Bright Horizons Family SolutionsEducation and training
76First American Financial Corp.Financial services and insurance
77Bank of AmericaFinancial services and insurance
78Total Quality LogisticsTransportation
79Nugget MarketRetail
81CroweProfessional Services
83W. L. Gore & AssociatesManufacturing and production
84NutanixInformation technology
85AtlassianInformation technology
86NuStar EnergyTransportation
87AbbVieBiotech and pharma
88Encompass Health Home Health & HospiceHealthcare
89Atlantic Health SystemHealthcare
90Experian North AmericaFinancial services and insurance
91NationwideFinancial services and insurance
92Custom InkRetail
93Northwell HealthHealthcare
94Goldman Sachs GroupFinancial services and insurance
95Kettering Health NetworkHealthcare
96World Wide TechnologyInformation technology
97Farmers InsuranceFinancial services and insurance
98MarsManufacturing and production
99Delta Air LinesTransportation
100Four Seasons Hotels & ResortsHospitality

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