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The Best Company to Work For in Every State

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As many Americans spend the bulk of their waking hours at work, job satisfaction is an important component of their overall happiness. Job satisfaction depends on factors like pay, benefits, work-life balance, stability, office environment, management, and many others.

Companies often struggle to strike the right balance between these numerous factors. Yet there are businesses across the country in which employees are satisfied with their salary, office environment, and the performance of the company, making them very desirable places to work.

To determine the best company to work for in every state, 24/7 Wall St. used index rankings from career resource site Zippia. Zippia’s Best Companies to Work For Rankings are based on various metrics measuring salary, company financial health, and diversity of the workforce. Companies were only considered the best to work for in a given state if they were headquartered in the state. Data on corporate headquarters, employee counts, and founding date came from Zippia and various corporate websites. Data was collected on Jan. 19, 2021.

The best companies to work for jobs are often in career fields like technology, oil and gas, law, and health care. It is no coincidence that jobs in these fields tend to pay relatively high wages. Successful companies in these sectors can have annual revenues in the billions, which allows the businesses to pay highly sought-after workers top dollar and to provide them great benefits as well. These are America’s highest paying companies.

Each company on this list pays its employees competitive wages, at least relative to other competitors and local businesses. While some larger companies in wealthier states may pay the average worker a six-figure salary, that money may not go as far as $80,000 in more rural areas. This is the income it takes to be considered rich in every state.

Click here to see the best company to work for in every state.

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Alabama
> Best company to work for: Mercedes Benz US International
> Employees: 4,000
> Founded: 1993
> Headquarters: Vance

Mercedes Benz US International is the best company to work for in Alabama, according to Zippia. The German carmaker operates a manufacturing plant in Vance, which is driving distance from Birmingham and Tuscaloosa. The company received high marks for workplace diversity and salaries it pays employees. The typical project manager earns over $100,000 at Mercedes Benz US International, and the average employee salary is over $39,000.

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Source: ASRC Energy Services

Alaska
> Best company to work for: ASRC Energy Services
> Employees: 1,500
> Founded: 1985
> Headquarters: Anchorage

Alaska is one of the top oil and gas producing states in the country, and ASRC Energy Services, the best company to work for in the state, provides consulting and contracting services for energy industry companies, particularly in harsh conditions. The company has over 1,500 employees, and the average employee earns over $58,600. ASRC Energy Services scored a 9.8/10 on Zippia’s ranking for its financial performance.

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Arizona
> Best company to work for: Cable ONE
> Employees: 2,000
> Founded: 1986
> Headquarters: Phoenix

Cable ONE is a cable and internet provider headquartered in Phoenix. The company ranks as Arizona’s best company to work for according to Zippia in part because it received a 9.8/10 score for its salary. The average annual salary of an employee is just over $47,000 — higher than competitors like DirecTV and NewWave Communications but lower than Cox Enterprises.

Cable ONE also received a perfect 10/10 score for its financial performance. The company’s stock price performed well during the COVID-19 pandemic. The company’s stock was worth around $1,500 per share going into 2020. Following a dip in March, the stock price climbed, peaking at $2,227 at the end of the year.

Arkansas
> Best company to work for: Murphy Oil
> Employees: 1,294
> Founded: 1944
> Headquarters: El Dorado

Murphy Oil ranks as the best company to work for in Arkansas. The El Dorado-based oil and gas exploration company has a relatively high diversity score of 9.6/10, according to Zippia. More than 60% of workers are women and more than 40% are ethnic minorities. Murphy Oil also scored highly for its salary, as the average employee earns over $50,000 per year, a higher salary than at competitors like Shell Energy and Total S.A.

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California
> Best company to work for: Chevron
> Employees: 44,679
> Founded: 1879
> Headquarters: San Ramon

San Ramon-based Chevron is one of several energy companies to rank as the best company to work for in their state, according to Zippia. Founded as an oil company in California, Chevron now has natural gas, shale, heavy oil, and conventional extraction operations on six continents. The company received high marks for its diversity, as more than 40% of employees are women and more than 45% are ethnic minorities.

Source: Woodward, Inc.

Colorado
> Best company to work for: Woodward
> Employees: 6,852
> Founded: 1870
> Headquarters: Fort Collins

Woodward is a Fort Collins-based manufacturer and service provider in the aerospace industry. Zippia ranks the company as the best place to work in Colorado in part because of its financial performance — Woodward has been in business for over 150 years, and its stock price hit an all-time high in January 2021. With a history in railroads and industrial part production, today, Woodward-made parts are used worldwide in aircraft. Employees at the company appreciate benefits like profit sharing and a flexible work schedule, according to reviews left on Glassdoor.

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Source: Starwood Capital Group

Connecticut
> Best company to work for: Starwood Capital Group
> Employees: 990
> Founded: 1991
> Headquarters: Greenwich

Investment firm Starwood Capital Group, located in Greenwich, is the best company to work for in Connecticut, according to Zippia. Company employees earn less than $40,000 annually on average, which trails many other competitors in the industry. Yet Starwood received a 9.9/10 score from Zippia for diversity, as its workforce is just over half women and more than 43% minorities.

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Delaware
> Best company to work for: AstraZeneca
> Employees: 61,100
> Founded: 1999
> Headquarters: Wilmington

Pharmaceutical giant AstraZeneca, a British company with its U.S. headquarters in Wilmington, Delaware, ranks as the best company to work for in the state. Zippia gives the company high marks for compensation, which includes a benefits package with a 401(k) match. The average annual salary at the company is over $85,000. Employees also tend to stay with the company longer than the average tenure at many other competitors.

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Florida
> Best company to work for: Planet Hollywood
> Employees: 5,000
> Founded: 1991
> Headquarters: Orlando

Planet Hollywood is the best company to work for in Florida, and the best hospitality company to work for in America, according to Zippia. Though the average salary at Planet Hollywood of just over $29,000 is lower than that of most other companies on this list, it is higher than that of similar hotels and restaurants. Employees also said on job review site Glassdoor that they liked the opportunities and benefits provided .

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Source: King and Spalding

Georgia
> Best company to work for: King & Spalding
> Employees: 1,927
> Founded: 1885
> Headquarters: Atlanta

Corporate law firm King & Spalding ranks as the best company to work for in Georgia in large part because of the high salaries employees earn. King & Spalding offers its employees competitive pay, with the average worker taking home over $122,000 per year. The company also has a fairly diverse workforce — 54.5% of workers are women, and nearly half are ethnic minorities, earning the company a 9.8/10 diversity score from Zippia.

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Hawaii
> Best company to work for: Matson
> Employees: 1,925
> Founded: 1882
> Headquarters: Urban Honolulu

Matson is a shipping company that services the Pacific region, particularly the Hawaiian islands. It ranks as the best company to work for in Hawaii as it offers employees competitive salaries. Zippia also touted the company’s strong financial performance. The company’s stock price has peaked amid the COVID-19 pandemic.

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Source: Micron Technology Inc.

Idaho
> Best company to work for: Micron Technology
> Employees: 31,400
> Founded: 1978
> Headquarters: Boise

Micron Technology makes computer memory and data storage hardware. Zippia ranked it as the best company to work for in Idaho in part because of the high salaries it offers. The average employee earns over $95,000 per year. Though it is based in Boise, Micron operates in 18 countries and has offices in California, Minnesota, Oregon, and Colorado. According to Zippia, workers tend to stay with Micron for longer than competitors like Cypress Semiconductor and Western Digital, with an average length of employment of 5.4 years.

Source: Baker McKenzie

Illinois
> Best company to work for: Baker McKenzie
> Employees: 5,325
> Founded: 1949
> Headquarters: Chicago

Baker McKenzie is a law firm that serves a range of industries, including finance, real estate, and private equity. The company ranks as the best company in Illinois to work for largely because of the high marks it received for workforce diversity. Baker Mckenzie also pays relatively well among law firms, with the average employee earning nearly $130,000 a year, and 90% earning over $73,000. Headquartered in Chicago, Baker McKenzie has 77 offices across 46 countries.

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Indiana
> Best company to work for: Eli Lilly and Company
> Employees: 40,655
> Founded: 1876
> Headquarters: Indianapolis

Pharmaceutical giant Eli Lilly ranks as the best company to work for in Indiana. The company’s high rank is in part because of its financial performance. On job review site Glassdoor, many Eli Lilly employees applaud the company for good benefits — which include health insurance, 401(k) match, bonus pay, and parental leave — work-life balance, and work environment.

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Source: CRST International

Iowa
> Best company to work for: CRST International
> Employees: 5,960
> Founded: 1955
> Headquarters: Cedar Rapids

Freight company CRST International ranks as the best company to work for in Iowa. Workers at CRST International earn an average of over $73,500 annually, more than other competitors like C.R. England, Werner Enterprises, and U.S. Xpress. The company, which has been in operation since 1955, received high marks for its financial performance from Zippia.

Source: Stormont Vail Health

Kansas
> Best company to work for: Stormont Vail Health
> Employees: 5,200
> Founded: 1884
> Headquarters: Topeka

Medical facility Stormont Vail Health ranks as the best company to work for headquartered in Kansas. It is one of several health care companies on this list. Stormont Vail Health received a 9.9/10 score for its salaries. The average employee earns over $50,000 per year, much higher than other nearby competitors like MU Health, Saint Luke’s Health System, and more. On job review site Glassdoor, 79% of workers said they would recommend working at Stormont Vail Health, and 98% approve of CEO Randy Peterson.

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Kentucky
> Best company to work for: Lexmark
> Employees: 14,000
> Founded: 1991
> Headquarters: Lexington, KY

Lexmark, headquartered in Lexington, ranks as the best company in Kentucky to work for. The company manufactures printers and other imaging products. It employs about 14,000 people. Lexmark ranks as Kentucky’s best place to work in part because its salaries are relatively high, at an average of $81,647 per year, and competitive with other businesses in the industry.

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Louisiana
> Best company to work for: PHI
> Employees: 2,449
> Founded: 1949
> Headquarters: Lafayette, LA

Lafayette-based PHI is a commercial helicopter operator with clients in the oil and gas industry. It ranks as Louisiana’s best company to work for in part because employees receive competitive pay and benefits. Employees stay with the company for an average of 3.3 years, longer than competitors. Similarly, the average annual salary of $76,122 is higher than many competitors.

Source: WEX Inc.

Maine
> Best company to work for: WEX
> Employees: 3,500
> Founded: 1983
> Headquarters: South Portland, ME

WEX provides payment processing and information management services out of South Portland, Maine. The company ranks as the best place to work in the state in part because it earned a perfect 10/10 score for its financial performance. The company has rebounded well from the economic struggles brought on by COVID-19. WEX employees’ average salary of $57,802 is competitive with other similar companies.

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Maryland
> Best company to work for: Nuclear Regulatory Commission
> Employees: 3,186
> Founded: 1974
> Headquarters: Rockville, MD

Unlike nearly every other state, Maryland’s best company to work for is actually a government agency — the Nuclear Regulatory Commission. The commission also ranks as the best government agency to work for among American companies. Nuclear Regulatory Commission workers are tasked with protecting public health from issues related to nuclear energy. Workers earn an average annual salary of over $56,000. This relatively high wage earned the company a 9.7/10 salary score from Zippia, helping cement its spot as Maryland’s best place to work.

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Massachusetts
> Best company to work for: Bain & Company
> Employees: 8,000
> Founded: 1973
> Headquarters: Boston, MA

Consulting firm Bain & Company, headquartered in Boston, ranks as the best company to work for in Massachusetts, according to Zippia. The company’s high marks are due in no small part to compensation. The average annual pay at the firm is over $118,000, well above the average at competitors like A.T. Kearney, Personnel Decisions International, and Rosetta Marketing Group.

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Source: Diplomat Pharmacy Inc.

Michigan
> Best company to work for: Diplomat Pharmacy
> Employees: 1,782
> Founded: 1975
> Headquarters: Flint, MI

Diplomat Pharmacy, based in Flint, Michigan, is a specialty medical services provider that provides care to patients suffering from chronic and often complicated conditions. The company ranks as Michigan’s best place to work in part because it received high marks for diversity from Zippia, as its workforce is composed of 63.9% women and 36.0% ethnic minorities.

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Minnesota
> Best company to work for: Xcel Energy
> Employees: 11,075
> Founded: 2000
> Headquarters: Minneapolis, MN

Utilities company Xcel Energy is headquartered in Minneapolis but has over 3 million customers in eight different states. It ranks as the best place to work in Minnesota in part because of its strong financial performance. The company’s stock price reached all-time highs amid the COVID-19 pandemic. Employees have also said on Glassdoor they like the benefits the company offers.

Source: University of Mississippi Medical Center

Mississippi
> Best company to work for: University of Mississippi Medical Center
> Employees: 9,000
> Founded: 1955
> Headquarters: Jackson, MS

The University of Mississippi Medical Center in Jackson, Mississippi, ranks as the best place to work in the state. The center includes six hospitals, four of which are on campus at the university. The system also has 20 ambulatory clinics across the state. Zippia ranked University of Mississippi Medical Center as the state’s best place to work in part because it received a 9.9/10 score for its financial performance.

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Missouri
> Best company to work for: Jack Henry & Associates
> Employees: 6,511
> Founded: 1976
> Headquarters: Monett, MO

Jack Henry & Associates is a financial technology and payment processing company located in Monett, Missouri, a small town in the southwest corner of the state. The company ranks as the best company to work for in Missouri in part because it received a 9.8/10 score from Zippia on diversity. The company’s workforce is nearly half female and over 37% ethnic minorities. Workers have said on Glassdoor that Jack Henry & Associates has good benefits, work-life balance, and a positive office environment.

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Montana
> Best company to work for: Sun Mountain Lumber
> Employees: 175
> Founded: 2004
> Headquarters: Deer Lodge, MT

Sun Mountain Lumber in Deer Lodge, Montana, is the smallest company to rank as the best place to work in its state. The company, which offers lumber products, pays workers an average annual salary of over $45,000, relatively high for the industry and location, according to Zippia.

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Nebraska
> Best company to work for: Gavilon
> Employees: 1,681
> Founded: 2008
> Headquarters: Omaha, NE

Gavilon is an internet software and services company located in Omaha. It is one of the newer companies on this list, having been founded in 2008. Zippia ranked Gavilon as the best company to work for in Nebraska in part because the average employee earns nearly $47,000 a year — higher than many other competitors in the same industry.

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Nevada
> Best company to work for: NV Energy
> Employees: 2,500
> Founded: 1928
> Headquarters: Las Vegas, NV

Public utility company NV Energy provides electricity for the state of Nevada. It ranks as the best place to work in the state in part because of its relatively high salaries — the average employee earns just over $72,000 per year. Among over 100 worker reviews on Glassdoor, 87% said they would recommend working at NV Energy, and 88% approve of CEO Paul Caudill.

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New Hampshire
> Best company to work for: C&S Wholesale Grocers
> Employees: 17,000
> Founded: 1918
> Headquarters: Keene, NH

C&S Wholesale Grocers ranks as the best company to work for in New Hampshire in part because of its strong financial performance. Zippia gave the company a 9.9/10 financial performance score. One of the largest privately-held companies in the country, it has been in operation for over a century. The Keene-based food distribution company gets high marks from its employees on Glassdoor for high pay and good benefits.

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New Jersey
> Best company to work for: Zoetis
> Employees: 9,200
> Founded: 1952
> Headquarters: Parsippany-Troy Hills, NJ

Zoetis, based in Parsippany-Troy Hills, ranks as the best company to work for in New Jersey, according to job review site Zippia. The company makes pharmaceuticals for livestock and other animals. Employees at Zoetis earn an average of $72,175 annually, roughly in line with other pharmaceutical companies like Pfizer and Bayer. The company earned a perfect 10/10 score for its financial performance from Zippia.

Source: Presbyterian Healthcare Services

New Mexico
> Best company to work for: Presbyterian Healthcare Services
> Employees: 11,000
> Founded: 1908
> Headquarters: Albuquerque, NM

Presbyterian Healthcare Services has provided New Mexico residents with health care for over a century. It ranks as the best company in New Mexico to work for in part because the average employee at the company earns nearly $66,000 per year, higher than many other nearby health care companies.

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New York
> Best company to work for: Hess
> Employees: 2,075
> Founded: 1933
> Headquarters: New York, NY

Oil and gas exploration company Hess ranks as the best company to work for in New York state, according to Zippia. This is due in large part to the competitive salaries it pays — the average employee earns nearly $60,000 per year, higher than competitors like Texaco, Citgo, and Shell. The company also received high marks for its diversity, as more than 40% of workers are ethnic minorities.

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North Carolina
> Best company to work for: Honeywell
> Employees: 131,000
> Founded: 1906
> Headquarters: Charlotte, NC

Honeywell ranks as the best company in North Carolina to work for, according to Zippia. This is partially because employees at Honeywell tend to be well compensated compared to most American workers, with the average salary exceeding $66,000. Honeywell is one of the largest companies to rank as the best in its state, with roughly 131,000 employees. The large conglomerate makes consumer goods, aerospace systems, and engineering services.

Source: Basin Electric Power Cooperative

North Dakota
> Best company to work for: Basin Electric Power Cooperative
> Employees: 2,300
> Founded: 1961
> Headquarters: Bismarck, ND

Bismarck-based Basin Electric Power Cooperative is one of several energy companies to rank as the best business to work for in its state. The company has operations in nine states and is involved in coal, gas, nuclear, and renewable energy production. Partly because employees stay at Basin for an average of 5.0 years, longer than many other companies in the industry, the company ranks as the best company in North Dakota to work for.

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Ohio
> Best company to work for: Jones Day
> Employees: 4,775
> Founded: 1893
> Headquarters: Cleveland, OH

Jones Day is one of the largest law firms in the world, representing about half of Fortune 500 companies. Though it has 30 offices across the globe, it is headquartered in Cleveland. The average employee earns over $129,000 and is one of the reasons Zippia ranks the firm as the best company to work for in Ohio. In Glassdoor reviews, employees said they liked the people at Jones Day and appreciated the opportunity to learn.

Oklahoma
> Best company to work for: Devon Energy
> Employees: 2,900
> Founded: 1971
> Headquarters: Oklahoma City, OK

Devon Energy is an Oklahoma City-based gas and utilities company. The nearly 50-year old company received a perfect 10/10 score for its financial performance from Zippia, helping make it the best company to work for in Oklahoma. The average employee at Devon Energy earns a competitive annual salary of over $75,000. Workers at the company applaud it for its culture, benefits, and salaries on job review website Glassdoor.

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Source: Oregon Pacific Building Products

Oregon
> Best company to work for: Oregon Pacific Building Products
> Employees: 800
> Founded: 1977
> Headquarters: Wilsonville, OR

Oregon Pacific Building Products, also known as OrePac, is a wholesale building materials distribution company located in Wilsonville, just south of Portland. OrePac ranks as Oregon’s best place to work in part because the average employee earns ove $41,000 per year, while some of its competitors pay their employees less than $40,000 per year.

Source: Morgan, Lewis & Bockius

Pennsylvania
> Best company to work for: Morgan, Lewis & Bockius
> Employees: 3,446
> Founded: 1873
> Headquarters: Philadelphia, PA

Philadelphia-based Morgan, Lewis & Bockius is one of several law firms to rank as the best company to work for in their state. The firm specializes in finance, corporate restructuring, intellectual property, and employment and has 28 offices across three continents. The law firm gets high marks from Zippia for the diversity of its workforce, which is 54.7% female and 40.7% ethnic minority.

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Rhode Island
> Best company to work for: CVS Health
> Employees: 295,000
> Founded: 1963
> Headquarters: Woonsocket, RI

With nearly 300,000 employees, Woonsocket-based CVS Health is the largest company to rank as the best company to work for in its state. CVS is a large pharmacy chain with locations in nearly every state, as well as Washington D.C. and Puerto Rico. The average salary for a CVS Health employee is $43,721 per year, more than at competitors like Rite Aid and Walgreens, part of the reason the company ranks as Rhode Island’s best company to work for.

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South Carolina
> Best company to work for: Colonial Life & Accident Insurance Company
> Employees: 1,300
> Founded: 1939
> Headquarters: Columbia, SC

Colonial Life & Accident Insurance Company of Columbia, South Carolina, provides insurance services to over 3.7 million people. Via job review site Glassdoor, employees at the company said the company provided them a flexible schedule and a good office environment. Zippia ranks Colonial Life as South Carolina’s best company to work for in part because of its financial performance.

South Dakota
> Best company to work for: Wellmark
> Employees: 1,878
> Founded: 1939
> Headquarters: Sioux Falls, SD

Mutual insurance company Wellmark provides insurance to residents of South Dakota and Iowa. Zippia ranked Wellmark as South Dakota’s best company to work for as it received high marks for its salary — the average employee takes home $57,836 per year. The company’s high financial performance score also helped boost its rank to the best company to work for in South Dakota.

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Tennessee
> Best company to work for: Oak Ridge National Laboratory
> Employees: 4,750
> Founded: 1943
> Headquarters: Oak Ridge, TN

Oak Ridge National Laboratory is one of just two governmental agencies to rank as the best place to work in their state. Workers at the lab research “advanced materials, supercomputing, neutrons, and nuclear science” for government purposes. The laboratory pays an average annual salary of over $63,000, though the highest earning workers can earn over $111,000. In part because of these high salaries, Oak Ridge National Laboratory ranks as the best place to work in Tennessee.

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Texas
> Best company to work for: Exxon Mobil
> Employees: 71,100
> Founded: 1870
> Headquarters: Irving, TX

Exxon Mobil, the Irving, Texas-based energy giant, ranks as the best company to work for in the Lone Star State. According to Zippia data, the average Exxon employee earns over $43,000 a year, more than the average pay at several competing companies, including Valero and Chevron. Exxon Mobil also receives high marks for the diversity of its workforce.

Source: CHG Healthcare

Utah
> Best company to work for: CHG Healthcare
> Employees: 953
> Founded: 1979
> Headquarters: Midvale, UT

Physician staffing company CHG Healthcare ranks as Utah’s best company to work for and one of the best health care companies to work for in the nation. Zippia gave the company a perfect 10/10 score for salaries, as the average worker earns nearly $81,000 a year, much more than at many competitors. Of over 400 reviews on job review site Glassdoor, 89% of CHG Healthcare employees said they would recommend working for the company to a friend, and 95% approve of how CEO Scott Beck is running the company. Many said they appreciate that the company puts people first, as a core value.

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Vermont
> Best company to work for: Orvis
> Employees: 1,700
> Founded: 1856
> Headquarters: Sunderland, VT

Orvis is a retail business that provides customers with fishing, hunting, and sporting goods equipment. At over 160 years old, Orvis is the oldest company to rank as the best place to work in its state. This kind of long-term stability earned Orvis a high financial performance score on Zippia of 9.7/10, which helped make it the best place to work in Vermont.

Source: Alion Science and Technology

Virginia
> Best company to work for: Alion Science and Technology Corporation
> Employees: 2,619
> Founded: 1936
> Headquarters: McLean, VA

Alion Science and Technology Corporation works with partners like the military to develop weapons platforms, surveillance, and software. The company, located just outside of Washington, D.C. in McLean, ranks as Virginia’s best place to work and one of the three best tech companies to work for in the entire country, according to Zippia. Alion received a high diversity score, as over 40% of its employees considered ethnic minorities.

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Washington
> Best company to work for: John L. Scott
> Employees: 3,000
> Founded: 1931
> Headquarters: Bellevue, WA

John L. Scott is a real estate company located in Bellevue. Zippia ranks it as the best company in Washington to work for, as workers are typically well compensated, with an average salary of over $67,000, higher than most other competitors. Employees have said in Glassdoor reviews that the company provides great training and helpful support staff.

West Virginia
> Best company to work for: Cabell Huntington Hospital
> Employees: 2,581
> Founded: 1956
> Headquarters: Huntington, WV

Cabell Huntington Hospital is a medical center with over 300 beds located in Huntington, West Virginia. It ranks as the state’s best place to work, edging out fellow health provider Wheeling Hospital and hotels like The Greenbrier and Wheeling Island Gaming. Cabell Huntington Hospital earned a high diversity score as more than 70% of workers are women. Workers reported in Glassdoor reviews that they liked the pay and benefits offered by Cabell Huntington Hospital.

Source: S. C. Johnson & Son

Wisconsin
> Best company to work for: S. C. Johnson & Son
> Employees: 13,000
> Founded: 1886
> Headquarters: Racine, WI

S. C. Johnson & Son is a large homegoods manufacturer, which makes familiar brands like Ziploc, Drano, Glade, Windex, and dozens more. The Racine-based company ranks as Wisconsin’s top company to work for in part because the average employee earns over $73,000 per year. The company also scored high marks for its financial performance.

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Wyoming
> Best company to work for: Cloud Peak Energy
> Employees: 1,200
> Founded: 2009
> Headquarters: Gillette, WY

Accounting for about 40% of all coal mined in the United States, Wyoming is the largest coal producer among states. Gillette-based Cloud Peak Energy, a coal extraction company, ranks as the best company to work for in the state. It is a relatively diverse company for the industry, with over one-quarter of employees female and one-quarter ethnic minorities.

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