Companies That Hired the Most in 2017

What were the top-hiring companies last year? Which big company hired the most Americans? And who’s hiring now, nearby? We’ve dug up data from Monster.com, Indeed.com, and the Bureau of Labor Statistics to show off who is hiring right now, for what, and for how much as well as what to expect for job growth in the next few years.

Companies that hired the most in 2017

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Right now, the unemployment rate has been lowered to an almost ten-year low of 4.1 percent, and while the percent of unemployed people can be much higher in some places, overall, the economy is doing much better than during the few years of the Great Recession. Other economic factors like GDP growth, stock market success and inflation look very healthy overall, but has it actually been trickling down to more jobs, more specifically high-paying jobs? The unemployment rate is considered to be a lagging statistic, and job growth has been a bit slow since the recession, resulting in many economists biting their nails as to what that could mean.

But clearly, there are many different companies that are recruiting now, and we’ve listed them here. The results are interesting; among places that are currently hiring is the U.S. Army, which is obviously a massive branch of the government itself. Beyond that, UPS takes the prize by far, with more than 28,000 listings (which are often seasonal). This increase in UPS jobs may be an overall result of the success of Amazon. Among the other top companies hiring now are healthcare companies, insurance firms, and a handful of tech companies, with retail and construction rounding out the list.

But who’s paying well? If you’re asking yourself, “What are the best jobs hiring now near me?” the results might be a bit different. Higher-paying jobs tend to be in insurance, banking, and technology. The company that listed the most jobs on Indeed.com with a salary of more than $50,000 was H&R Block, which often hires accountants. They only put up 5,758 listings, though: Compare that to 28,000 from UPS! The runner-up was Amazon, with only a fraction of that: 3,115 listings for jobs above $50,000 in yearly salary. These types of jobs seem to be a small percentage of the overall job market.

Next year, though, the answer to the question of “Where are the companies hiring near me?” could be quite different, as the Bureau of Labor Statistics predicts that green energy jobs like solar and wind turbine service positions will be on the rise, while the vast majority of newer jobs will be in healthcare. So now and in the future, when you want to know what jobs are hiring right now, the answer is likely going to be in nursing and healthcare. Software development and mathematicians will also be needed! Expect a lot of things to change in the next few years with this list, and always be on the lookout for new and fun opportunities.

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