Job alert: 50 best places to work in 2018


If you’re planning to make a career-related move in 2018, finding a new job may be one of your New Year’s resolutions.

With January and February being two of the busiest months for hiring, Glassdoor has just revealed its list of the best companies to work for — which could come in handy for job seekers.

The best employers are determined entirely on feedback provided by employees over the past year.

Here are some of the highlights: 

  • Facebook ranks #1, taking the top spot on this list for the third time.
  • This year’s Top 100 list has 40 newcomers including Blizzard Entertainment (#28), Kimpton Hotels & Restaurants (#37), T-Mobile (#79), and adidas (#93).
  • Only three companies remain winners on the Top 100 list for 10 consecutive years (since these awards debuted in 2008): Bain & Company (#2), Google (#5), and Apple (#84).

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Glassdoor’s top 50 places to work in 2018

Tech, health care, retail and consulting industries are all represented in this new list. These are the top 50 companies to work for in 2018, according to Glassdoor:

50. SpaceX
49. Wegmans Food Markets
48. Oshkosh Corporation
47. Protiviti
46. Texas Health Resources
45. Memorial Sloan Kettering
44. Progressive Leasing
43. Smile Brands
42. Yardi Systems
41. Hilton
40. Ellie Mae
39. Microsoft
38. Johnson & Johnson
37. Kimpton Hotels & Restaurants
36. Forrester
35. Boston Scientific
34. Concur
33. VMware
32. NewYork-Presbyterian Hospital
31. Adobe
30. Intuit
29. Paylocity
28. Blizzard Entertainment
27. Nestlé Purina
26. AvalonBay Communities
25. Fast Enterprises
24. NVIDIA
23. Southwest Airlines
22. DocuSign
21. LinkedIn
20. H E B
19. The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints
18. Academy Mortgage
17. Delta Air Lines
16. Power Home Remodeling
15. Salesforce
14. E. & J. Gallo Winery
13. Keller Williams
12. McKinsey & Company
11. SAP
10. Ultimate Software
9. St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital
8. World Wide Technology
7. HubSpot
6. lululemon
5. Google
4. In-N-Out Burger
3. Boston Consulting Group
2. Bain & Company
1. Facebook

You can see all 100 companies on the list at Glassdoor.com.

Before you start filling out applications, you’ll want to make sure that your resume is up to date. Read Clark’s guide to learn the 9 secrets to a perfect resume in 2018.

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