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Amazon and Alphabet lead the top 10 companies to work for in the US, according to LinkedIn

Amazon and Alphabet lead the top 10 companies to work for in the US, according to LinkedIn
For years and years, the US has been one of the most popular destinations for youngsters relocating in search of a dream job. In several regards, the US presents a work-centric culture. Characteristics like punctuality and time management are prominently visible among professionals. Any organisation doing business in the US will expect high levels of efficiency and productivity. It is not unusual to see people willing to stretch far beyond the work timings to show up their commitment to the organisation.

LinkedIn’s fifth annual ranking of top workplaces in the US is out for 2021. The said ranking has used the parameters like ability to advance, skills growth, company stability, external opportunity, company affinity, gender diversity and educational background to rank the firms.

1. Amazon

1. Amazon
Amazon

Amazon has a massive headcount of 1,298,000 across its locations in Seattle, New York, San Francisco Bay Area. Amazon requires people with skills like user experience design, digital illustration and interaction design. The in-demand jobs with Amazon are for station operations managers, health and safety specialists, and learning managers.

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2. Alphabet

2. Alphabet
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Alphabet has a full-time headcount of 135,000 across its top US locations in the San Francisco Bay Area, New York, and Seattle. The skills the company is looking for are GitHub, data structures, and React.Js. The in-demand jobs the organisation presents are for digital specialists, field sales specialists, and business systems analysts.

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3. JPMorgan Chase & Co

3. JPMorgan Chase & Co
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Functioning from its top US locations including New York, Chicago and Columbus, the organisation has employed 255,300 personnel, across all its units. The highly in-demand jobs with this firm are those of mortgage underwriters, software engineering specialists, and market specialists. The most common skills the applicants need to have for these jobs include asset allocation, mergers and acquisitions (M&A), and emerging markets.

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4. AT&T Telecommunications

4. AT&T Telecommunications
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The parent company of DIRECTV, WarnerMedia, Cricket Wireless and others, the firm has a headcount of 247,800 in its locations including Atlanta, New York, and Dallas-Fort Worth. The firm has openings for service analysts, investment specialists and trading analysts. The fastest growing skills expected by the organisation are business process, executive management and IT management.

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5. Bank of America

5. Bank of America
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It has offices in the US in cities like New York, Charlotte, and Dallas-Fort Worth and have employed around 213,000 professionals. The in-demand jobs the firm presents are those of a trading analyst, investment specialist and financial management analyst. The fastest growing skills focused by them are M&A, Six Sigma, and continuous Improvement.

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6. IBM

6.  IBM
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Functioning at the US locations of New York, Raleigh-Durham and San Francisco Bay Area, IBM has employed over 345,000 people. The job roles the company presents the applicants are those of Back End Developer, Enterprise Account Executive, and Technical Writer. The skills the organisation requires in the employees are LEAN manufacturing, business planning and engineering management.

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7. Deloitte Management Consulting

7. Deloitte Management Consulting
Deloitte

The full-time headcount of Deloitte across its locations in New York, Washington, D.C., and Chicago is 334,800. The job roles available with Deloitte are those of strategy analyst, solutions consultant and strategy analyst. The firm requires skills and knowledge in areas like Certified Public Accounting (CPA), U.S. SEC Filings, and U.S. Generally Accepted Accounting Principles (GAAP).

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8. Apple

8. Apple
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The job roles Apple provides are those of Operations Planner, Software Quality Assurance Engineer, and Business Development Specialist. The full time headcount of the organisation in its three business locations in the San Francisco Bay Area, Austin, and New York is 160,000. The skills the firm needs are those of Jamf, active directory, and system deployment.

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9. Walmart

9. Walmart
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The world’s biggest company, in terms of revenues, has its top US locations in Fayetteville, Dallas-Fort Worth, and Atlanta with the total full time headcount numbering 2,300,000. The skills Walmart needs are in active directory, training and development and software installation. The in-demand jobs the firm provides are for Operational Specialists, Fulfillment Associates, and Replenishment Managers.

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10. EY

10. EY
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In all its US locations including New York, Washington, D.C. and Chicago, the accounting firm has employed over 299,000 people. The skills the organisation is looking for are related to the U.S. SEC Filings, assurance, and certified public accountant (CPA). The most common job roles available with this firm are those of Strategy Directors, Business Transformation Consultants, and Information Technology Consulting Managers.

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