The job market in 2019 is looking up, and so are salaries, according to a recent Ladders report. Here are 15 organizations paying the big bucks, especially for tech workers.
From selling books to selling everything, Amazon has transformed into one of the most powerful enterprises to date. And being at the forefront of digital transformation, Amazon has plenty of work to go around.
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This IT consulting business, headquartered out of Bengaluru, Karnataka, India, and has long been prepared to hire US workers.
Despite some recent dips, Apple's market penetration is irrefutable, not to mention it's been ranked one of the best places to work by Glassdoor for the past decade. Predicted to create more than 20,000 jobs in the next few years, Apple has plenty of work to go around.
HCA is a for-profit business responsible for the function and operation of healthcare facilities. Healthcare is one of the most popular and in-demand industries, according to the report, particularly as use of technology in the field expands.
The Raytheon Company is a defense contractor and industrial organization, focused on core manufacturing, weapons, and military and commercial technology. If those topics sound interesting, apply below.
Both a convenience store and healthcare company, CVS recently partnered with Aetna and Apple to help improve health and fitness goals for consumers. The insurance partnership will let Aetna members share their electronic medical records, and Apple will in turn offer Apple watch wearers personalized fitness goals, according to the report.
Leidos is a scientific research company specializing in American defense, IT, aviation, amd biomedical studies. They recently made a contract with the US Navy's Naval Sea Systems Command with the mission of creating torpedo countermeasure technologies in defense of submarines.