Special Report

The Largest Employer in Every State

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Alabama: Health Care Authority of City of Huntsville
> Employees at location: 5,000 (Total: 14,000)
> Sales volume: 1.7 billion
> City: Huntsville
> Industry: Offices & clinics of doctors of medicine

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Alaska: AES Marine Support Services LLC
> Employees at location: 1,812 (Total: 1,812)
> Sales volume: N/A
> City: Anchorage
> Industry: Oil & gas field services, nec

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Arizona: Wok Parent LLC
> Employees at location: 26,000 (Total: 26,000)
> Sales volume: 71.8 million
> City: Scottsdale
> Industry: Eating places

Arkansas: Walmart Inc
> Employees at location: 11,700 (Total: 2,200,000)
> Sales volume: 524.0 billion
> City: Bentonville
> Industry: Department stores

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California: Buck Holdings LP
> Employees at location: 90,000 (Total: 90,000)
> Sales volume: N/A
> City: Menlo Park
> Industry: Variety stores

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