These are the top 14 tech companies people want to work at, according to LinkedIn

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On Thursday, LinkedIn released its annual list of the companies people want to work at in the US, and it’s absolutely dominated by tech giants.

In fact, every single one of the top seven are tech, only finally broken by Time Warner at eight and Disney at nine. 

LinkedIn based its list on the actions of users and looked at three main aspects: “interest in a company’s jobs, interest in a company’s brand and employees, and employee retention.” This leads to a few familiar faces at the top (hello Facebook and Alphabet), but also some surprises (Uber? Still?).

But without further ado, here are the top 14 tech companies people want to work at, according to LinkedIn.

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No. 14: Oracle

Headquarters: Redwood City, CA

Number of global employees: 135,000

What they do: Oracle develops database and enterprise software, and offers cloud applications and engineered systems. 

 

No. 13: Adobe

Headquarters: San Jose, CA

Number of global employees: 16,500

LinkedIn notes that Adobe has some “out-of-the-box job titles.” “Adobe has a Principal Artist-in-Residence, a People Scientist, and a Vice President of Creativity.”

What they do: Adobe makes cloud-based software for graphic design and photography, as well as for marketing. 

 

No. 12: Twitter

Headquarters: San Francisco, CA

Number of global employees: 3,500

What they do: Twitter is a social network where users interact using messages, or tweets, that are limited to 140 characters. 

See the rest of the story at Business Insider

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