The pandemic has changed the way we work. While people have been going back to the office, some jobs have become permanently remote. Offices have moved into smaller spaces and most meetings are still taking place virtually.
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LinkedIn put out its annual list of the best companies at which to grow your career. We’ll give you a rundown of the top five and then some. Did yours make the list? Check it out below.
Where did this come from?
LinkedIn skipped the list last year, but it’s back for 2021. The list consists of companies that the employment social network believes are the best for moving up the ladder. LinkedIn arrived at the results using these seven pillars: “ability to advance, skills growth, company stability, external opportunity, company affinity, gender diversity and educational background.”
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Each company on the list must have had at least 500 employees by Dec. 31 of last year and have had staff reductions of no more than 10% in 2020. Only parent companies made the list. LinkedIn notes that its own parent company, Microsoft, was omitted from the results but that it would have claimed the number two spot.
The retail giant hired 400,000 people in the U.S. last year and currently has 30,000 more openings available. The company’s remote onboarding system reduces the amount of time it takes to get started. It now takes just four days for new hires to get the paperwork done and get their Amazon laptop delivered.
In-demand jobs include Health And Safety Specialist, Station Operations Manager and Learning Manager.
Google’s parent company is looking to add 10,000 new full-time jobs in the U.S. The Android app ecosystem employed 1.9 million people in 2020 and YouTube created 345,000 jobs for Americans.
Alphabet is looking to fill these spots: Digital Specialist, Field Sales Specialist and Business Systems Analyst.
3. JPMorgan Chase & Co.
JPMorgan Chase reported revenues of $123 billion in 2020. The Big Four bank is offering 300 accredited skills and education programs to its employees. Customer-facing employees have had their earnings increased to $16-20 an hour.
Jobs in demand at JPMorgan include Market Specialist, Software Engineering Specialist and Mortgage Underwriter.
AT&T saw hundreds of retail store closures during the pandemic and thousands of employees lost their jobs, though many in retail were offered jobs elsewhere in the company. The telecommunications conglomerate is shifting focus to its wireless and WarnerMedia businesses.
The top three jobs to look for at AT&T are Service Analyst, Trading Analyst and Investment Specialist.
5. Bank of America
The second Big Four bank on the list reassigned more than 20,000 of its employees, such as the Paycheck Protection Program, in 2020. This helped get more loans out to small businesses and increased the availability of call centers as fewer clients came into the bank’s brick-and-mortar locations.
In-demand jobs at BOA include Trading Analyst, Investment Specialist and Financial Management Analyst.
The next 20
- 6. IBM
- 7. Deloitte
- 8. Apple
- 9. Walmart
- 10. EY
- 11. UnitedHealth Group
- 12. Accenture
- 13. Dell Technologies
- 14. Verizon
- 15. CVS Health
- 16. Raytheon Technologies
- 17. PwC
- 18. Comcast
- 19. Facebook
- 20. Keller Williams
- 21. Oracle
- 22. Cisco
- 23. Kaiser Permanente
- 24. Lockheed Martin
- 25. Intel
Hiring? Go with LinkedIn
With nearly 660 million users in every corner of the globe, it’s the world’s largest professional network with nearly 660 million users in more than 200 countries and territories worldwide. Plus, it’s got tons of built-in networking features to make connections easier than ever before.
If you’re a business owner looking for talented workers, LinkedIn has your back. Once you post your job on the world’s largest professional network, you can get matched with the most qualified candidates in your field.
LinkedIn even lets you know which people would be perfect — even if they haven’t applied yet. Pair that with the direct messaging feature, and you could get in contact with excellent workers in the snap of your fingers. Use the tips in this article, and your job descriptions could attract amazing candidates to your open positions.