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These Are the Best Tech Companies to Work At

It’s safe to say that tech is one of the best fields to work in because of the fact that this is the sort of thing that could potentially end up allowing you to get a really good salary as well as get involved in a highly influential industry with massive amounts of growth potential. Another thing that makes tech companies great places to work is the fact that they often have relaxed attitudes when it comes to dress codes and work timings, with many companies offering remote work options well before the pandemic ended up making this the norm.

A report published by Forbes detailing the best employers from the viewpoint of employees is now completely comprised of tech companies. Back in 2017 only 4 out of the top 8 employers were tech related which was quite significant but there were still non tech related companies on there that were doing a lot to make themselves great places to start a career. However, just 4 years later it turns out that only tech companies are offering packages that appeal to employees in the most fundamental way possible, and this is something that will impact the industry moving forward.

Samsung is now the best employer in the world. This is the first time Samsung has been on this list, and the fact that a South Korean company is now the most popular employer in the world indicates how the winds are slowly starting to shift away from the west in that regard since America usually dominated things from that standpoint.

What’s more is that the best employer for two years running, Alphabet Inc. or the parent company of Google, was ranked at number 6 this year. A five place drop is nothing to sneeze at, and another thing to note is that a number of American tech companies have dropped in these rankings. For example, Apple went from fourth to fifth place, and Microsoft went from second best to third.

Another thing to note is that this is the first time that Huawei has ever been included in the list, and the inclusion of a Chinese company is further proof that East Asian companies are starting to become a lot more popular than they used to be from the perspective of employees and that might drive a lot more innovation in those countries further diminishing America’s status in the industry.


H/T: Satista.

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