These Are the Best Places to Work in 2022

Glassdoor's annual report highlights the best companies to work for in 2022.

Some are calling it the great resignation. People are quitting their jobs in numbers unseen in many years.

Instead of digging into why, Glassdoor's recently-released annual study uses the site's cache of employee-generated data to single out the 100 best places to work in 2022. That could be useful information if you're one of the many who has left their job in search of greener pastures.

The list comes out every year based on millions of reviews of companies by the employees who work for them. The reviews hit a whole lot of topics, and Glassdoor pulls that all together to make a list of the best companies, according to their own employees.

Glassdoor says the average company rating across the site is 3.7 out of 5. The list this year is topped by NVIDIA, which garnered a 4.6. There are plenty of new entries overall, and there are now only three companies that have been on the list all 14 years that the list has been produced. That trio includes Bain & Company, Apple, and Google.

Other trends highlighted by Glassdoor include that tech was the most-represented industry with 40 of the companies coming from that sector. The next highest industries were retail and manufacturing, which had nine companies each on the list. As far as cities that were most frequently included, 30 companies call San Francisco home, nine are in Boston, eight are in Los Angeles, and seven are in New York City.

The Best Companies to Work for in 2022

20. Rivian
19. LinkedIn
18. Delta Air Lines
17. Akamai
16. Adobe
15. Johns Hopkins University Applied Physics Laboratory
14. Twilio
13. Five9
12. NASA Jet Propulsion Laboratory
11. Royal Caribbean Group
10. Salesforce
9. Lululemon
8. Veterans United Home Loans
7. Google
6. Boston Consulting Group
5. Box
4. eXp Realty
3. Bain & Company
2. HubSpot

You can see the full list of 100 at the Glassdoor website.

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Dustin Nelson is a Senior Staff Writer at Thrillist. Follow Dustin Nelson on Twitter.