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Glassdoor: Best tech companies to work for in 2021

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Glassdoor just released its annual ranking of the best companies to work for in 2021. We broke out the top 10 tech companies from the list of large businesses (1,000+ employees) as well as from the small to medium-sized business list.

For the large business list, the rankings are based on employee feedback from companies with more than 1,000 employees. Through Glassdoor, employees rate companies based on things like their CEO, career opportunities, compensation and benefits, culture and values, and work-life balance. To be considered for the large list, each employer needed at least 75 ratings across each of the workplace attributes. For the SMB list, companies needed at least 75 ratings to be considered.

Without further ado, here are the top 10 tech companies to work for in the U.S., according to Glassdoor. In parentheses, you’ll find each company’s overall ranking on the list of the 100 best companies along with the average employee rating.

Best tech companies to work for in 2021

  1. NVIDIA (#2, 4.5)
  2. HubSpot (#4, 4.5)
  3. Google  (#6, 4.5)
  4. Microsoft (#9, 4.5)
  5. Facebook (#11, 4.4)
  6. LinkedIn (#13,4.4)
  7. DocuSign (#15, 4.4)
  8. KnowBe4 (#16, 4.4)
  9. Salesforce (#17, 4.4)
  10.  RingCentral (#18, 4.4)

Now, here are the top 10 tech startups to work for in 2021, according to Glassdoor’s list of small- to medium-sized businesses.

Best tech startups to work for in 2021

  1. Ike (#3, 4.9)
  2. Harness  (#6, 4.9)
  3. Lendio (#8, 4.9)
  4. Jobot (#9, 4.9)
  5. Lower (#10, 4.9)
  6. Orchard (#16, 4.8)
  7. SimplrFlex (#17, 4.8)
  8. Flockjay (#21, 4.8)
  9. Wonolo (#24, 4.8)
  10.  Thrasio (#27, 4.8)

*We excluded Asana from this list, which ranked at #14, since it’s a public company. We also excluded Ping Identity from this list due to the fact that it has nearly 1,000 employees and is arguably beyond the startup phase of operations.

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