Special Report

The Largest Employer in Every State

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New Mexico: National Technology & Engineering Solutions of Sandia LLC
> Employees at location: 10,000 (Total: 12,000)
> Sales volume: 31.1 million
> City: Albuquerque
> Industry: Commercial physical & biological research

New York: BNY Mellon
> Employees at location: 40,000 (Total: 40,000)
> Sales volume: 399.4 million
> City: New York
> Industry: State commercial banks

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North Carolina: Rich Square Logistics LLC
> Employees at location: 200,000 (Total: 200,000)
> Sales volume: 200,000
> City: Charlotte
> Industry: Arrangement of transportation of freight & cargo

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North Dakota: Altru Health System
> Employees at location: 3,100 (Total: 3,800)
> Sales volume: 589.2 million
> City: Grand Forks
> Industry: Medical equipment rental and leasing

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Ohio: Needle Holdings Inc
> Employees at location: 22,000 (Total: 22,000)
> Sales volume: 71.8 million
> City: Hudson
> Industry: Hobby, toy & game shops

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