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If you don’t want to work for just any company, take a look at this list of America’s most just companies. Find your industry to see the top companies hiring now.

Don’t want to work for just any company?

Hey, we don’t blame you. With so many companies hiring, it’s important to find a company that cares about the same things you do. And it just so happens that you’re in luck.

Recently, JUST Capital, a company that measures and ranks companies on different issues, polled over 72,000 Americans to determine the issues that matter most to Americans, such as job creation, pay, retirement, and even pollution. Then, they evaluated and ranked the largest publicly traded U.S. companies based on how they perform on these issues, ranking them overall and by industry.

One industry that stood out among the rest was semiconductors and equipment. Intel, Texas Instruments, and Nvidia were not only ranked as the top three “most just” companies in that industry but were also ranked as the top three “most just” companies overall. Sounds like great companies to work for. Just saying.

Most just companies:

  1. Intel
  2. Texas Instruments
  3. Nvidia
  4. Microsoft
  5. IBM
  6. Accenture
  7. Alphabet (Google)
  8. Salesforce
  9. Symantec
  10. Adobe

Find your industry below to see which companies are the “most just”—and which jobs they’re hiring for now.

Industry leaders:

Aerospace and defense

  1. Rockwell Collins
  2. Northrop Grumman
  3. Boeing

Automobiles and parts

  1. General Motors
  2. Ford Motor
  3. BorgWarner


  1. Bank of America
  2. KeyCorp
  3. PNC Financial Services

Basic resources

  1. Arconic
  2. Freeport-McMoRan Copper Gold
  3. Southern Copper

Building materials and packaging

  1. Sherwin-Williams
  2. Ball Corp.
  3. Sonoco Products

Capital markets

  1. State Street
  2. Goldman Sachs
  3. Legg Mason


  1. Praxair
  2. Eastman Chemical
  3. Ecolab

Commercial support services

  1. Accenture
  2. Xerox
  3. PayPal

Commercial vehicles and machinery

  1. Rockwell Automation
  2. Caterpillar
  3. Cummins

Computer services

  1. IBM
  2. Teradata
  3. Leidos

Consumer and diversified finance

  1. American Express
  2. Capital One Financial
  3. S&P Global

Energy equipment and services

  1. Baker Hughes
  2. Schlumberger
  3. Oceaneering International


Food, beverage, and tobacco

  1. PepsiCo
  2. The Hershey Company
  3. General Mills


Health care providers

  1. Humana
  2. Cigna
  3. HCA Holdings

Household goods and apparel

  1. Nike
  2. PVH Corp.
  3. Hasbro



  1. Prudential Financial
  2. Hartford Financial
  3. Principal Financial Group


  1. Alphabet (Google)
  2. Akamai Technologies
  3. Facebook


  1. Nielsen Holdings
  2. Walt Disney
  3. Pandora Media

Oil and gas

  1. Chevron
  2. ConocoPhillips
  3. Cheniere Energy


Pharmaceuticals and biotech

  1. Eli Lilly
  2. Biogen
  3. Bristol-Myers Squibb

Real estate

  1. Jones Lang LaSalle
  2. CBRE Group
  3. Zillow Group

Restaurants and leisure

  1. Hilton Worldwide
  2. Marriott International
  3. Royal Caribbean Cruises


  1. Amazon
  2. eBay
  3. Nordstrom

Semiconductors and equipment

  1. Intel
  2. Texas Instruments
  3. Nvidia


  1. Microsoft
  2. Salesforce
  3. Symantec

Technology hardware

  1. Cisco Systems
  2. NetApp
  3. Apple


  1. AT&T
  2. Verizon
  3. Sprint


  1. Delta Air Lines
  2. UPS
  3. Southwest Airlines


  1. Eversource Energy
  2. Sempra Energy
  3. NextEra Energy

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