LinkedIn posted their 2018 list of Top Companies to Work for across the U.S. and Disney finished in the top 10. This information is based off over 146 million business professionals that represent brands and innovators across the U.S.
Facebook, Apple, and Tesla also charted the list ranking higher than Walt Disney as companies like Netflix and Uber were just below. Sitting at #8 on the list with 199,000 employees, Disney was sandwiched between#9 Oracle IT Services with 138,000 employees and #7 ComCast NBC Productions with 164,000 employees.
From LinkedIn: “The Top Companies list is based on the billions of actions taken by LinkedIn members and looks at four main pillars: interest in the company, engagement with the company’s employees, job demand and employee retention.”
Making magic: Jobseekers looking to be part of the digital media revolution should look no further than the House of the Mouse. Its chief Imagineer, CEO Bob Iger, has been furiously rethinking the fabled media giant. As traditional TV continues to lose viewers to streaming options, Disney has been quickly adapting. It acquired most of 21st Century Fox (pending federal approval) and has plans to launch two streaming services this year, one under the ESPN banner and another for Disney Studio content.- LinkedIn
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