If you’ve been in the workforce for a few years, you know it’s just as hard to find great employers as it is to find good employees. Wonderful bosses are hard to come by, and wonderful companies? Perhaps even more rare. We’ve taken a close look at some of America’s biggest employers and broken down 10 that rank among the best for worker satisfaction. Here are some of our picks for the best places to clock in each day.
1) Edward Jones
This investment advising firm is consistently ranked on Fortune’s list of Top 100 Companies to work for; in fact, they’ve landed a spot on that coveted list every year since 2009. Edward Jones is made up of about 11,000 small offices spaced all around the country, ideal for those who prefer a close-knit work environment with the security of being part of a large firm. The company takes pride in helping employees advance their education, offering a $5,000 college tuition reimbursement and providing continued education hours each year. If you like vacation (and who doesn’t?), Edward Jones employees receive a whopping 19 holidays and vacation days after their first year of on the job.