Top 10 tech companies for women to work in 2019, according to women

These are the best companies for women to work for, based on job satisfaction, equal treatment, and recommendations, according to Fairygodboss.

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To help women find the most supportive and enjoyable organizations to work for, Fairygodboss—a career community for women—compiled a list of the top tech companies for women. The results are based off of all female employee responses about overall job satisfaction, perceived gender equality at work, and recommendations to other women about working at their employer.

Here are the top 10 best tech organizations for women in 2019:

  1. Ultimate Software (Score: 97.2)
  2. CDW Corporation (Score: 86.1)
  3. AppNexus, a Xandr Company (Score: 84.5)
  4. Facebook (Score: 81.1)
  5. IBM (Score: 80.8)
  6. Dell (Score: 77.1)
  7. Cisco (Score: 75.8)
  8. Salesforce (Score: 74.4)
  9. Intuit (Score: 73.9)
  10. Ericsson (Score: 72.1)

Coming in down further on the list were Apple, LinkedIn, Microsoft, and Google.

For more, check out TechRepublic's article on How tech companies can recruit and retain more women.

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By Macy Bayern

Macy Bayern is an Associate Staff Writer for TechRepublic. A recent graduate from the University of Texas at Austin's Liberal Arts Honors Program, Macy covers tech news and trends.