LinkedIn ranks top 25 companies in major U.S. industries

The ability to advance follows employees’ promotions within a company and when they move to a new company, based on standardized job titles. Skill Growth examines how company employees acquire skills while working at the company, using standardized LinkedIn skills. Company stability tracks attrition over the past year, as well as the percentage of employees who stay with the company at least three years. External Opportunities examines the reach of recruiters among company employees, signaling the demand for workers from these companies.

Corporate affinity, which seeks to measure how supportive a company’s culture is, looks at the volume of connection on LinkedIn among employees, controlled by company size. Diversity measures the parity between men and women within a company. Finally, educational background examines the variety of educational attainment of employees, from no degree to doctorate. levels, reflecting a commitment to recruiting a wide range of professionals.

To be eligible, companies must have had at least 500 employees as of April 30, 2022 in the United States and attrition cannot exceed 10% over the methodology period, based on LinkedIn data. Similarly, companies made redundant during this period that represent more than 10% of their workforce, based on public announcements, are also not eligible.

The report excludes all staffing and recruiting companies, educational institutions and government agencies, as well as LinkedIn, its parent company Microsoft and Microsoft subsidiaries.

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