On Thursday, LinkedIn released a list of the top 50 companies where professionals are most interested in working, and many of them are companies in the tech industry.
The companies were ranked based on the rate at which LinkedIn members were applying to their open jobs, how often non-employees were seeking to connect with company employees on LinkedIn, and whether or not employees held the job for at least a year, a company blog post said. The top companies went out of their way to seek out talent and develop employees once they were hired, among a host of other characteristics.
Here are the top 10 companies where the world wants to work, according to LinkedIn.
Alphabet, the parent company of search giant Google, took the top spot as the archetype of tech company culture, complete with all the perks most startups are known for. Around the world, Google employs some 72,000 people, the report found.
Facebook isn’t just one of the world’s top social networks, it’s also one of the most in-demand places to work. The company also owns Instagram and is working on artificial intelligence (AI) initiatives and virtual reality (VR) too.
The godfather of Software as a Service (SaaS), Salesforce has an entire floor of its San Francisco skyscraper set aside for events at the company, the report said. Known for its focus on volunteerism, the company offers additional days off that employees can dedicate to causes they’re passionate about.
Auto manufacturer Tesla, in the short time it’s been around, already tops General Motors and Ford in terms of market value, LinkedIn said. Tesla regularly makes headlines for its work on autonomous vehicles and energy efficiency.
Apple is a massive tech enterprise, employing some 110,000 people worldwide. The company’s sleek designs have garnered it a massive fan base and fanatical following.
8. Time Warner
Despite cable providers routinely ranking low on the American Customer Satisfaction Index, Timer Warner made it into the top 10 of LinkedIn’s list. Benefits like an employee fitness program help complete employee wellness goals.
9. The Walt Disney Company
Disney isn’t just about cartoons: The firm also lay claims to ESPN, ABC, Marvel comics, Pixar, and LucasFilms, which makes the Star Wars movies. Disney has almost 200,000 employees, and those workers get free passes to the firm’s famous theme parks, the report said.
10. Comcast NBCUniversal
Comcast NBCUniversal recently made a commitment to hiring 10,000 military veterans, to add to its already 160,000-strong ranks of employees. LinkedIn also noted that the company has spent some $8 billion to diversify its supply chain, specifically working with minority and women-owned suppliers.