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PRESENTING: The 20 top companies to work for, according to 11 years of Glassdoor's Best Places to Work list

Brad Coffey is the Chief Strategy Officer of HubSpot. Boston Globe/Getty Images Glassdoor just released its 13th annual Best Places to Work list, which uses employee feedback to rank  different companies. Insider found that some companies have frequently placed on the list over the years, and that these companies come from various industries, such as consulting firms and airlines. We analyzed 11 of the 13 years of results to find out which companies have been highly rated over the decade. ...
Tags: Google, Careers, America, Trends, Companies, Teaser, Southwest Airlines, Glassdoor, Bain Company, Brad Coffey, Best Place To Work, Madison Hoff, HubSpot Boston Globe


The 15 most in-demand jobs in 2021 and the salary ranges you should expect for each one, according to LinkedIn

LinkedIn saw an increase in digital creators during 2020 in its latest report. Indypendenz/Shutterstock To find the most in-demand jobs as we start a new year, LinkedIn examined its hiring data to find what kinds of occupations saw the most growth from April to October 2020 compared to 2019. According to the report, many of these jobs saw an increase in response to the pandemic. For instance, LinkedIn saw employment growth for nurses and in e-commerce in 2020, since more people were needed...
Tags: Jobs, Digital, Careers, Trends, Linkedin, Features, Healthcare, Hiring, Boston Globe, Cavan, Dina Rudick, The Black Lives Matter, Seaman, Mario Tama Getty, Suzanne Kreiter, Madison Hoff


The 25 best large companies for diversity in 2020, according to employees

Microsoft is the best large company for diversity, according to Comparably's new ranking. Bryan Thomas/Getty Images Career site Comparably shared its fourth annual ranking of the best companies for diversity. The ranking is based on ratings from employees of color over a 12-month period.  Microsoft, Google, and Zoom all made the top 25. Visit Business Insider's homepage for more stories. As many companies work to improve their diversity, equity, and inclusion efforts after a year of pr...
Tags: Google, Microsoft, Careers, Toronto, San Francisco, Trends, Atlanta, Diversity, Companies, Miami, Ibm, San Jose, Santa Clara, Fort Worth, San Antonio, Thomson Reuters


The 25 best small and midsize companies for diversity in 2020, according to employees

inDinero is one of the best small or midsize companies for diversity, according to Comparably's new ranking. Courtesy of Comparably Career site Comparably shared its fourth annual ranking of the best companies for diversity. The ranking is based on ratings from employees of color over a 12-month period.  FinTech company Upgrade was named the best small or midsize company for this Comparably award. Visit Business Insider's homepage for more stories. There is still work needed to be done...
Tags: Careers, Toronto, Los Angeles, San Francisco, Trends, Atlanta, Diversity, Upgrade, Features, Companies, Palo Alto, Portland, Miami, Fintech, Santa Monica, San Francisco California


The 25 best large companies for women in 2020, according to female employees

Facebook is one of the best large companies for women, according to Comparably's new ranking. Courtesy of Comparably Career site Comparably just published its annual ranking of the best companies for women. The ranking is based on ratings from female employee over a 12-month period. HubSpot, which makes a marketing and sales platform for businesses, ranked at the top of the large company list.  Visit Business Insider's homepage for more stories. HubSpot is the best large company for wo...
Tags: Google, Career, Facebook, Adobe, Microsoft, Women, Careers, Toronto, San Francisco, Trends, Atlanta, Features, Companies, Bellevue, Ibm, San Jose


The 25 best small and midsize companies for women in 2020, according to female employees

Pendo is the best small or midsize company for women, according to Comparably's new ranking. Courtesy of Comparably Career site Comparably shared its fourth annual ranking of the best companies for women. The ranking is based on ratings from female employees over a 12-month period. Pendo, a software-as-a-service company, was named the best small or midsize place for women to work for.  Visit Business Insider's homepage for more stories. One career site found out which companies are hig...
Tags: Career, Women, Careers, Toronto, Los Angeles, San Francisco, Trends, Atlanta, Features, Companies, Portland, Hollister, Arlington, Redwood City, PTO, Irvine


The 25 large companies with the best CEOs in 2020, according to employees

Eric Yuan, CEO of Zoom Video Communications, is the best CEO of large companies according to Comparably. Carlo Allegri/AP Career site Comparably just released its annual list of the best CEOs at large companies. The list is based on anonymous employee ratings over a 12-month period. Eric Yuan, the CEO of Zoom Video Communications, ranked at the top of the list. View the full lists from Comparably here. Visit Business Insider's homepage for more stories. One career site found the most highl...
Tags: Apple, Google, New York, Microsoft, Satya Nadella, US, Careers, San Francisco, Trends, Atlanta, Features, Companies, Tim Cook, Silicon Valley, San Jose, Seattle


The 25 small and midsize companies with the best CEOs in 2020, according to employees

Ellen Kullman, CEO of Carbon, is among the 25 best CEOs of small and midsize companies according to Comparably. Joe Scarnici/Getty Images Career site Comparably just released its annual list of the best CEOs at small and midsize companies. The list is based on anonymous employee ratings over a 12-month period. Jason Purcell, the CEO of e-commerce software company Salsify, ranked at the top of the small and midsize companies list. View the full lists from Comparably here. Visit Business Ins...
Tags: Career, New York, Boston, US, Careers, Los Angeles, San Francisco, Trends, Atlanta, Features, Companies, Alex Austin, Chicago, San Diego, San Jose, DuPont


The 25 large companies with the best culture in 2020

Google has the best company culture among large companies, according to employee ratings on Comparably. Courtesy of Comparably Career website Comparably released its fourth annual ranking of the companies with the best company culture. Comparably used anonymous employee ratings over a 12-month period to develop its ranking. These ratings included 50 questions making up 20 different metrics, such as work-life balance and compensation. At the top of the list of companies with more than 500 e...
Tags: Apple, Google, Facebook, Microsoft, US, Careers, San Francisco, Trends, Atlanta, Features, Companies, Bellevue, Farmers, San Jose, Santa Clara, LexisNexis


The 25 small and midsize companies with the best culture in 2020

Eargo has the best company culture of small and midsize companies, according to Comparably. Courtesy of Comparably Career website Comparably released its fourth annual ranking of the businesses with the best company culture. Comparably used anonymous employee ratings over a 12-month period to develop its ranking. At the top of the list of companies with fewer than 500 employees was hearing aid manufacturer Eargo. Visit Business Insider's homepage for more stories. Some companies are a grea...
Tags: New York, Boston, US, Careers, Toronto, Los Angeles, San Francisco, Trends, Company Culture, Atlanta, Features, Companies, Portland, San Diego, San Jose, Santa Monica


The 25 best MBA programs in the world for a career in tech

MIT (Sloan) has the best MBA program for a career in tech, according to Quacquarelli Symonds. MIT Sloan QS Quacquarelli Symonds, a global higher education analyst, released its list of the best MBA programs for people interested in a career in technology. This ranking is one of seven specializations lists that were recently published; The best MBAs for a career in finance was another one of these rankings that looks at a specific career path.  MIT Sloan School of Management's MBA program w...
Tags: New York, Texas, Stanford, Careers, Los Angeles, Trends, Tech, Barcelona, Features, Chicago, Paris, Oxford, Philadelphia, Seattle, Nus, Madrid


Industries like healthcare, tech, and education are poised to add a lot of high-paying jobs in the next decade. We found how to break into those fields.

Software developer is one of the best jobs of the future. Maskot/Getty Images Business Insider recently found 30 high-paying jobs that were poised for strong growth based on employment projections for between 2019 and 2029 and median wages in 2019. The occupations at the top of our list fall into five main industries, all of which require different education, certifications, and skills. We took an in-depth look at the various paths to getting into these industries, according to career expe...
Tags: Jobs, Education, Future, US, Careers, Los Angeles, Trends, Tech, Healthcare, Teaser, Southern California, Cedars Sinai Medical Center, BLS, Labor Department, Bureau of Labor Statistics BLS, Banuelos


The 15 countries that are best at attracting talent

Switzerland ranked at the top of IMD's World Talent Ranking. Prisma by Dukas/Getty Images Switzerland is the best country at attracting and retaining talent, according to a new ranking that looks at 63 economies.  The IMD World Competitiveness Center released its annual World Talent Ranking, as first reported by CNBC.  The US placed below many European countries that took over the top spots; the US ranked 15th.  The following are the 15 countries that are best at attracting talent, acc...
Tags: Hong Kong, Sweden, Germany, Singapore, US, Careers, Trends, Workers, Features, Austria, Canada, United States, Netherlands, Switzerland, Finland, Denmark


Economic recovery from the pandemic is a mixed bag across industries, but these 26 subsectors are quickly regaining jobs

Employment in retail subsectors have begun to recover from job losses in the spring. Paul Bersebach/MediaNews Group/Orange County Register/Getty Images Employment is not recovering from the coronavirus pandemic at the same pace across different industries.  Some of the industries that were hit the hardest at the beginning of the pandemic, such as retail, have recovered most of their job losses in recent months.   Business Insider applied the same method that the US Bureau of Labor Statisti...
Tags: Jobs, Careers, Trends, Strategy, Recession, Features, Bureau of Labor Statistics, Recovery, Denton, Oakland Calif, BLS, US Bureau of Labor Statistics, Permian Basin, Navy Federal Credit Union, Job Growth, Noam Galai Getty


25 small and midsize companies with the best work-life balance, according to employees

Gympass is one of the best small to midsize companies with great work-life balance, according to Comparably. Courtesy of Comparably Working at a company where you can balance your time between work and everything else is important, especially to avoid burnout and to take care of your mental health amid the pandemic. Career website Comparably released a new ranking of the small and midsize companies with the best work-life balance. To do this, the company analyzed 10 million employee rating...
Tags: Boston, US, Careers, Los Angeles, San Francisco, Trends, Work Life Balance, Company Culture, Bloomberg, Features, Chicago, Higher Education, Bellevue, Healthcare, Portland, Cambridge


Long-term unemployment is rising, but hiring in select industries has already recovered to pre-pandemic levels

Construction job postings up 6.7% from February, according to Indeed. David J. Phillip/AP As industries start to slowly recover from employment losses in the spring, some are hiring more than they were before the pandemic. Axios' Erica Pandey recently highlighted three of these industries based on job posting data from Indeed. With a rising number in Americans who have been unemployed for at least 27 weeks, there are potentially many people who will be job seeking this fall.  Per Axios rep...
Tags: Jobs, Careers, Trends, Recovery, Indeed, Pandey, David J Phillip, Coronavirus, Madison Hoff, Erica Pandey


Three industries that are already bouncing back to pre-pandemic hiring

Construction job postings up 6.7% from February, according to Indeed. Julio Cortez/AP As industries start to slowly recover from employment losses in the spring, some are hiring more than they were before the pandemic. Axios' Erica Pandey recently highlighted three of these industries based on job posting data from Indeed. With a rising number in Americans who have been unemployed for at least 27 weeks, there are potentially many people who will be job seeking this fall.  Per Axios reporti...
Tags: Jobs, Careers, Trends, Recovery, Indeed, Pandey, Julio Cortez, Coronavirus, Madison Hoff, Erica Pandey


25 small and midsize companies with the best work perks and benefits

Verisys Corporation is one of the best small to midsize companies that offers great perks and benefits, according to Comparably. Courtesy of Comparably Having a good benefits package is just as important as a high salary.  To figure out which companies offer the best benefits, career website Comparably released a new ranking of the small and midsize companies with the best perks and benefits.  To do this, the company analyzed 10 million employee ratings on the site at 60,000 US companies f...
Tags: Boston, US, Careers, Los Angeles, San Francisco, Trends, Company Culture, Atlanta, Benefits, Features, Higher Education, Employee Benefits, Healthcare, Portland, San Diego, San Jose


These are the top non-technical skills you need to succeed in the best jobs of the future

Klaus Vedfelt/Getty Images Business Insider recently found the best jobs of the future.  These jobs are not only high-paying but are expected to grow over the next decade. Some of the jobs on our list were manager positions, where it is important to have certain non-technical skills to be a successful leader, such as being a good communicator and listener. Active listening made the top of our list of skills most commonly needed for these high-paying, fast-growing jobs.  Visit Business Ins...
Tags: News, Time, Careers, Trends, Skills, Features, Job Skills, Job Growth, High-paying Job, Forbes Coaches Council, Onet, Madison Hoff, Luis Alvarez Getty, Klaus Vedfelt Getty Images Business Insider, Maskot Getty Images According, Speaking Ariel Skelley Getty Images According


The 50 most attractive employers for engineering and IT students around the world

A man walks past a logo of Google in Zurich. Reuters Employer branding company Universum just released this year's World's Most Attractive Employers. In this annual ranking, Universum surveyed students from the 12 biggest economies to find out what kind of employers they would like to work for upon graduation. Universum notes although traditional tech companies ranked at the top for engineering and IT students, these students are in-demand across industries as companies become more innovat...
Tags: Google, Amazon, Facebook, New York, Education, California, Samsung, Careers, Trends, Strategy, General Motors, ExxonMobil, Barcelona, It, EA, Features


The 50 most attractive employers for business students around the world

Google CEO Sundar Pichai speaks during a developers conference. REUTERS/Stephen Lam Employer branding company Universum just released this year's World's Most Attractive Employers. For the 12th annual ranking, Universum surveyed students from the 12 biggest economies to find out what kind of employers they would like to work for upon graduation. Find out which employers business students across the globe aspire to work for.  Visit Business Insider's homepage for more stories. Business stud...
Tags: Google, Business, New York, London, Education, Samsung, Careers, Trends, Strategy, Nike, Bank Of America, Canary Wharf, Features, Frankfurt, Barclays, Hsbc


The increase in the number of people starting their own businesses in the US has surged to a 13-year high

Alistair Berg/Getty Images The increase in applications for new businesses in the US hit a 13-year high, according to an analysis of US Census Bureau data from the Wall Street Journal. Applications have increased as a result of small businesses across the country being forced to close their doors, both in-person and virtually, as a result of the coronavirus pandemic, according to the report. Launching and growing a startup is risky, and roughly 50% survive their first 5 years, according t...
Tags: Congress, US, Careers, Trends, Bureau of Labor Statistics, House, Wall Street Journal, PPP, University Of Maryland, Stimulus, Journal, Forbes, Small Business Administration, US Census Bureau, BLS, Navy Federal Credit Union


Here's the typical career path to become a Supreme Court justice

Jonathan Ernst/Reuters Most recent Supreme Court Justices have taken similar educational and career paths to the highest court in the US. Many studied law at Harvard or Yale. Some served as clerks to other judges after law school, and many were judges on circuit courts before being nominated to serve on the Supreme Court. Visit Business Insider's homepage for more stories. Ruth Bader Ginsburg, who served as an associate justice of the Supreme Court, died at 87 due to complications from ca...
Tags: Supreme Court, Congress, Washington, Stanford, US, Careers, Barack Obama, Trends, Strategy, Reagan, Features, Harvard, United States, Harvard University, Washington Dc, New Jersey


One chart shows which jobs got walloped or bounced back since the pandemic first hit the US

Low-wage industries are typically seeing a slower recovery than high-wage industries. Alexi Rosenfeld/Getty Images The US economy seems to be in a "K-shaped" recovery, where recovery is unequal among earners and job sectors. For instance, US Chamber of Commerce President Suzanne Clark, wrote in a post that financial services has mainly recovered, while the leisure industry has only brought back about 74% of its employees. Business Insider decided to look at job losses, or gains, from Febru...
Tags: Jobs, Brown University, US, Careers, Trends, Strategy, Recession, Markets, Bureau of Labor Statistics, Job losses, Business Insider, Yahoo Finance, US Chamber of Commerce, Dion Rabouin, John Friedman, Suzanne Clark


25 high-paying jobs of the future that don't require a college degree

Exercise trainer is one career that doesn't require a college degree and has a bright future ahead. Jamie Grill/Getty Images Not all high-paying jobs that are likely to see big employment growth over the next decade need a bachelor's or graduate degree.  Using employment projections and salary data from the Bureau of Labor Statistics, we found which jobs are set to have a bright future over the next decade that don't require a college degree. These jobs include fitness instructors, ele...
Tags: Jobs, Careers, Trends, Strategy, Features, Bureau of Labor Statistics, Moody, David Zalubowski, Job Growth, Dmitry Kalinovsky Shutterstock, Madison Hoff, Alistair Berg Getty, Eric Audras Getty, Katleho Seisa Getty, Jamie Grill Getty, Dan Reynolds Photography Getty


Biden's tax plan won't raise many Americans' taxes, unless you're rich

Democratic presidential candidate former Vice President Joe Biden speaks at a campaign event on July 21 in New Castle, Delaware. Drew Angerer/Getty Images American households earning less than $400,000 won't see a tax increase under Joe Biden's tax plan, but the top 0.1% could end up paying as much as an extra 12.4%, an analysis by the University of Pennsylvania shows. The ultrawealthy will also see cuts to their take-home pay due to higher corporate taxes under the Biden plan. President T...
Tags: Politics, Life, Trends, Bloomberg, Joe Biden, University of Pennsylvania, Biden, Donald Trump, Penn, Trump, Arts & Culture, 2020 Election, New Castle Delaware, Tax Plan, Biden 2020, Taylor Nicole Rogers


Job promotions are down compared to last year, especially in the tourism industry

Luis Alvarez/Getty Images A newly published Workforce Insights report by George Anders, LinkedIn’s senior editor at large, using research from the social network’s Economic Graph team examined year-over-year changes for hiring and promotions. In August, promotions are 40% below last year's leve, while hiring is about the same as last year. Anders notes that the end of April 2020 saw the worst year-over-year decline since the start of the pandemic, with promotions 60% below levels during t...
Tags: Google, Jobs, Careers, Trends, Strategy, Linkedin, Promotions, Anders, Madison Hoff, Luis Alvarez Getty, George Anders LinkedIn, Economic Graph


16 high-paying jobs you can do from home without a college degree

Not every job that you can do from home requires a college degree. SeventyFour/Getty Images Researchers from The University of Chicago analyzed which jobs can be done from home given their characteristics and work duties.Given this classification of telework jobs, we decided to look at which jobs are high-paying and can be done from home but do not require a college degree.Using education requirements and typical salary data from the Bureau of Labor Statistics, we looked at jobs from the Un...
Tags: Work From Home, Transportation, New York City, US, Careers, NFL, Trends, Strategy, Features, First, Bureau of Labor Statistics, Usps, Manhattan, University Of Chicago, Roger Goodell, BLS



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