Special Report

American Companies Employing the Most People in the World

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5. FedEx
> Worldwide employees, 2021: 418,000
> Worldwide employees, 2020: 389,500
> 2021 revenue: $69.22 billion — #45 in Fortune 500
> Market value as of Mar 31, 2021: $75.37 billion

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4. Kroger
> Worldwide employees, 2021: 465,000
> Worldwide employees, 2020: 435,000
> 2021 revenue: $132.50 billion — #17 in Fortune 500
> Market value as of Mar 31, 2021: $27.06 billion

3. Home Depot
> Worldwide employees, 2021: 504,800
> Worldwide employees, 2020: 415,700
> 2021 revenue: $132.11 billion — #18 in Fortune 500
> Market value as of Mar 31, 2021: $328.78 billion

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2. Amazon
> Worldwide employees, 2021: 1,298,000
> Worldwide employees, 2020: 798,000
> 2021 revenue: $386.06 billion — #2 in Fortune 500
> Market value as of Mar 31, 2021: $1.558 trillion

1. Walmart
> Worldwide employees, 2021: 2,300,000
> Worldwide employees, 2020: 2,200,000
> 2021 revenue: $559.15 billion — #1 in Fortune 500
> Market value as of Mar 31, 2021: $382.64 billion

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