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The Best U.S. Companies to Work for According to LinkedIn

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List of the 15 best U.S. companies to work for in 2024, according to LinkedIn data.

The Best U.S. Companies to Work for According to LinkedIn

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In this graphic, we list the 15 best U.S. companies to work for in 2024, according to LinkedIn data.

LinkedIn ranked companies based on eight pillars: ability to advance, skills growth, company stability, external opportunity, company affinity, gender diversity, educational background, and employee presence in the country.

To be eligible, companies must have had 5,000 or more global employees, with at least 500 in the country as of December 31, 2023.

Data and Highlights

Financial institutions dominate the ranking of the best U.S. companies to work for in 2024, with JP Morgan Chase & Co. ranking first.

RankCompanyIndustry
1JP Morgan Chase & Co.Financial Services
2AmazonE-commerce
3Wells FargoFinancial Services
4DeloitteProfessional Services
5PwCProfessional Services
6UnitedHealth GroupHealthcare
7AT&TTelecommunications
8VerizonTelecommunications
9ModernaPharmaceuticals
10Alphabet Inc.Technology
11General MotorsAutomotive
12Bank of AmericaFinancial Services
13MastercardFinancial Services
14Capital OneFinancial Services
15Northrop GrummanAerospace & Defense

J.P. Morgan has a program that offers opportunities for candidates without a university degree. In fact, in 2022, 75% of job descriptions at the bank for experienced hires did not require a college degree.

Meanwhile, Deloitte and Amazon offer a variety of free training courses, including in AI.

Moderna includes in its employee package benefits to help avoid employee burnout — from subsidized commuter expenses and pop-up daycare centers, to wellness coaches.

Mastercard offers flexible work availability, with 11.5% remote and 89% hybrid options.

It’s also interesting to note that only Amazon and Alphabet made the cut from the ‘Magnificent Seven’ companies (Apple, Microsoft, Google parent Alphabet, Amazon, Nvidia, Meta Platforms, and Tesla).

See more about the best companies to work for in this infographic, which covers a separate ranking from Glassdoor.

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Countries with the Biggest Gender Disparities in their Workforces

Tracking the difference between male and female labor force participation rates reveals large gender disparities for women at work.

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A chart ranking the biggest gender disparities in male and female labor force participation rates around the world.

Countries with the Biggest Gender Disparities in Workforces

This was originally posted on our Voronoi app. Download the app for free on iOS or Android and discover incredible data-driven charts from a variety of trusted sources.

This graphic ranks the countries with the biggest gender disparities in their labor forces by contrasting the average male and female labor force participation rate and measuring the gap between them.

Data for this graphic is sourced from the World Bank, which aggregates 2023 International Labour Organization estimates.

ℹ️ A country’s labor force includes people aged 15+ who are working or actively looking for work in exchange for pay, profit, or shared production. Unpaid workers, family caretakers, students, and military personnel may be excluded from this count.

Ranked: Differences in Male and Female Labor Participation Rates

The top 10 countries with the highest discrepancies between male and female labor participation rates are Islamic nations:

RankCountryMale Labor Force
Participation Rate (%)
Female Labor Force
Participation Rate (%)
Gender Disparity
(In percentage points)
1🇦🇫 Afghanistan69564
2🇮🇶 Iraq721161
3🇵🇰 Pakistan812557
4🇴🇲 Oman883256
5🇮🇷 Iran711456
6🇾🇪 Yemen60555
7🇪🇬 Egypt711755
8🇩🇿 Algeria671750
9🇸🇾 Syria641450
10🇯🇴 Jordan631449
11🇲🇦 Morocco682049
12🇸🇦 Saudi Arabia803545
13🇮🇳 India773344
14🇧🇩 Bangladesh803743
15🇧🇭 Bahrain874443
16🇹🇳 Tunisia692742
17🇬🇹 Guatemala814140
18🇸🇩 Sudan682840
19🇱🇰 Sri Lanka723240
20🇰🇼 Kuwait864838
N/A🌍 World734924

Note: Figures rounded and based on International Labour Organization’s estimates as of 2023.

In countries such as Pakistan, Oman, and Saudi Arabia, the male labor force participation rates are higher than the global average. Meanwhile the female participation rates are 50+ percentage points lower than the corresponding male rates, and 15-25 points below the global female average.

For the other countries in the top 10 by labor participation rate differential, the average male participation rate is also below the global average. This could indicate a lack of general economic opportunities with the nation.

Finally, India (#13), Guatemala (#17) and Sri Lanka (#19) are three countries in the top 20 with a non-Islamic majority population.

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