The list of the ten highest-rated startups to work for is listed below:
Calling Uber a startup at this point is almost gratuitously comical. The list leading company, which has been no stranger to drawing controversy and recently saw the ouster of its founding CEO, is currently inching toward an $100 billion valuation and boasts something near 16,000 employees across the world. Still, the company tops LinkedIn's list based on employee satisfaction and popularity on the website.
Heading down the list, there's a glut of software companies and household names in Silicon Valley, such as Lyft, Airbnb, WeWork, Slack, and NIO, a Shanghai-based autonomous automaker. The moral of the story is, even if you're just looking for an internship, you might want to learn how to code, because tech companies are flush with money and perks. And also snacks. Never forget the snacks.