Each year, career services firm Glassdoor publishes various lists of “best places to work,” based on feedback from those job seekers and employees providing feedback to Glassdoor. By clicking on the image shown below, you can access Glassdoor’s 2017 “best” recommendations.
What makes Glassdoor’s lists especially valuable are the number of different perspectives that are available:
- Top Large U.S. Firms to Work for
- Top Medium and Small U.S. Firms to Work for
- Top Firms to Work for in the U.S. Cities of
- Top Firms to Work for in the Foreign Countries of:
- Canada (including 9 separate cities)
- France (including 5 separate cities)
- Germany (including 7 separate cities)
- United Kingdom (including 12 separate cities)
- Highest-Rated CEOs (by location)
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As having been unemployed recently I am accustomed to receiving these notices from Glassdoo, ExecuSearch, etc. The articles provided interesting reads and suggestions of companies or industries to research for job openings but the actual commentary and opinions were just that. When looking for a job or a change in career each person comes with their own wants, responsibilities and prior experiences so that the best employer list for some doesn’t help or matter to the next.