The top 25 employers in Dallas

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LinkedIn recently released its best employers in Dallas. They ranked the top 25 companies to grow your career. The diverse list includes big tech, retail, finance and health care.

Companies had to have at least 50 employees and were ranked using the following seven categories:

  1. Ability to advance
  2. Skills growth
  3. Company stability
  4. External opportunity
  5. Company affinity
  6. Gender diversity
  7. Educational background
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Methodology

LinkedIn used its data to rank companies on the seven categories listed above. They defined those categories using the following:

  1. Ability to advance tracks employee promotions within a company and when they move to a new company, based on standardized job titles.
  2. Skills growth looks at how employees across the company are gaining skills while employed at the company, using standardized LinkedIn skills.
  3. Company stability tracks attrition over the past year, as well as the percentage of employees that stay at the company at least three years.
  4. External opportunity looks at recruiter outreach across employees at the company, signaling demand for workers coming from these companies.
  5. Company affinity, which seeks to measure how supportive a company’s culture is, looks at connection volume on LinkedIn among employees, controlled for company size.
  6. Gender diversity measures gender parity within a company.
  7. Finally, educational background examines the variety of educational attainment among employees, from no degree up to Ph.D. levels, reflecting a commitment to recruiting a wide range of professionals.

To be eligible, companies must have at least 50 employees as of April 30, 2021 in the city and reductions in staff (including attrition and layoffs) can be no higher than 10% (based on LinkedIn data and public announcements, respectively).

While LinkedIn’s annual Top Companies list includes only parent companies (data on majority-owned subsidiaries are incorporated into the parent company score), the city lists separate out subsidiaries from their parent companies. All data counts are normalized based on company size across the pool of companies eligible for the list.

The methodology time frame is May 1, 2020 through April 30, 2021. All of the data used is aggregated and/or de-identified.

LinkedIn excluded all staffing and recruiting firms, educational institutions and government agencies. It also excluded LinkedIn, its parent company Microsoft and Microsoft subsidiaries.

Bell Flight
Bell Flight

25. Bell Flight

 

  • Where the local office is located: Fort Worth
  • Full-time headcount: 33,000 (Textron)
  • Most common skills among Dallas-Fort Worth employees: Aeronautical Engineering, Six Sigma, Program Management
  • Most common job titles in Dallas-Fort Worth: Engineer, Inspector, Dispatcher

 

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Ericsson

24. Ericsson

 

  • Where the local office is located: Plano
  • Full-time headcount: 100,000 (with 2,700 in Greater Dallas-Ft. Worth)
  • Most common skills among Dallas-Fort Worth employees: LTE, Wireless Technologies, GSM
  • Most common job titles in Dallas-Fort Worth: Solutions Architect, Project Manager, Engineer

 

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GM Financial
GM

23. GM Financial

 

  • Where the local office is located: Fort Worth (headquarters), Arlington (call centers) and Irving (operations center)
  • Full-time headcount: 9,000 (with 6,100 in Greater Dallas-Ft. Worth)
  • Most common skills among Dallas-Fort Worth employees: Process Improvement, Business Analysis, SQL
  • Most common job titles in Dallas-Fort Worth: Funding Specialist, Customer Service Representative, Software Engineer

 

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State Farm
State Farm

22. State Farm

 

  • Where the local office is located: Richardson
  • Full-time headcount: 57,500 (with 8,500 in Greater Dallas-Ft. Worth)
  • Most common skills among Dallas-Fort Worth employees: Property & Casualty Insurance, Underwriting, Customer Satisfaction
  • Most common job titles in Dallas-Fort Worth: Claims Specialist, Claims Adjuster, Claims Associate

 

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pwC
pwC

21. PwC

 

  • Where the local office is located: Uptown Dallas
  • Full-time headcount: 284,250
  • Most common skills among Dallas-Fort Worth employees: Accounting, Financial Analysis, Financial Reporting
  • Most common job titles in Dallas-Fort Worth: Associate, Manager, Director

 

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Texas Health Resources
Texas Health Resources

20. Texas Health Resources

 

  • Where the local office is located: Arlington + patient care facilities throughout the metro area
  • Full-time headcount: 24,000
  • Most common skills among Dallas-Fort Worth employees: Healthcare Management, Electronic Medical Record, Patient Safety
  • Most common job titles in Dallas-Fort Worth: Registered Nurse, Patient Care Technician, Nursing Manager

 

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Toyota logo
Toyota

19. Toyota North America

 

  • Where the local office is located: Plano + retail locations throughout the metro area
  • Full-time headcount: 359,550
  • Most common skills among Dallas-Fort Worth employees: Process Improvement, Cross-functional Team Leadership, Business Analysis
  • Most common job titles in Dallas-Fort Worth: Analyst, Manager, Product Owner

 

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Deloitte
Deloitte

18. Deloitte

 

  • Where the local office is located: Downtown Dallas and Downtown Fort Worth
  • Full-time headcount: 330,000 (with 3,050 in Greater Dallas-Ft. Worth)
  • Most common skills among Dallas-Fort Worth employees: Business Analysis, Business Process, Accounting
  • Most common job titles in Dallas-Fort Worth: Executive Coordinator, Manager, Consultant

 

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IBM
IBM

17. IBM

 

  • Where the local office is located: Cedars
  • Full-time headcount: 345,900
  • Most common skills among Dallas-Fort Worth employees: Cloud Computing, Business Intelligence (BI), Business Analysis
  • Most common job titles in Dallas-Fort Worth: Software Engineer, Information Technology Specialist, Project Manager

 

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EY
EY

16. EY

 

  • Where the local office is located: Uptown Dallas
  • Full-time headcount: 298,950 (with 2,950 in Greater Dallas-Ft. Worth)
  • Most common skills among Dallas-Fort Worth employees: Accounting, Financial Analysis, Process Improvement
  • Most common job titles in Dallas-Fort Worth: Manager, Assurance Specialist, Tax Accountant

 

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Verizon
Verizon

15. Verizon

 

  • Where the local office is located: Las Colinas (Irving)
  • Full-time headcount: 129,300 (with 6,350 in Greater Dallas-Ft. Worth)
  • Most common skills among Dallas-Fort Worth employees: Software Development, SQL, Troubleshooting
  • Most common job titles in Dallas-Fort Worth: Software Engineer, Manager, Technical Staff Member

 

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14. Citi

 

  • Where the local office is located: Las Colinas (Irving)
  • Full-time headcount: 210,000 (with 5,000 in Greater Dallas-Ft. Worth)
  • Most common skills among Dallas-Fort Worth employees: Business Analysis, SQL, Risk Management
  • Most common job titles in Dallas-Fort Worth: Software Engineer, Project Manager, Technical Analyst

 

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Capital One logo
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13. Capital One

 

  • Where the local office is located: Downtown Dallas and Plano
  • Full-time headcount: 52,000 (with 5,600 in Greater Dallas-Ft. Worth)
  • Most common skills among Dallas-Fort Worth employees: SQL, Risk Management, Software Development
  • Most common job titles in Dallas-Fort Worth: Software Engineer, Funding Analyst, Anti-Money Laundering Investigator

 

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Fidelity Investments
Fidelity Investments

12. Fidelity Investments

 

  • Where the local office is located: Westlake
  • Full-time headcount: 47,000 (with 6,200 in Greater Dallas-Ft. Worth)
  • Most common skills among Dallas-Fort Worth employees: Business Analysis, Process Improvement, SQL
  • Most common job titles in Dallas-Fort Worth: Customer Representative, Planning Consultant, Software Engineer

 

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PepsiCo logo
PepsiCo

11. PepsiCo

 

  • Where the local office is located: Plano (Frito-Lay headquarters) + manufacturing sites and distribution centers throughout the metro area
  • Full-time headcount: 291,000 (with 6,500 in Greater Dallas-Ft. Worth)
  • Most common skills among Dallas-Fort Worth employees: Supply Chain Management, Cross-functional Team Leadership, Process Improvement
  • Most common job titles in Dallas-Fort Worth: Project Manager, Salesperson, Sales Specialist

 

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Bank of America
Bank of America

10. Bank of America

 

  • Where the local office is located: Downtown Dallas
  • Full-time headcount: 213,000 (with 13,650 in Greater Dallas-Ft. Worth)
  • Most common skills among Dallas-Fort Worth employees: Risk Management, Business Analysis, SQL
  • Most common job titles in Dallas-Fort Worth: Mortgage Specialist, Customer Service Representative, Software Engineer

 

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Baylor Scott & White Health
Baylor Scott & White Health

9. Baylor Scott & White Health

 

  • Where the main campus is located: Deep Ellum
  • Full-time headcount: 49,000
  • Most common skills among Dallas-Fort Worth employees: Healthcare Management, Electronic Medical Record (EMR), Patient Safety
  • Most common job titles in Dallas-Fort Worth: Registered Nurse, Patient Care Technician, Medical Doctor

 

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Texas Instruments
Texas Instruments

8. Texas Instruments

 

  • Where the local office is located: Hamilton Park (headquarters) and North Dallas
  • Full-time headcount: 30,000 (with 9,000 in Greater Dallas-Ft. Worth)
  • Most common skills among Dallas-Fort Worth employees: Semiconductors, Analog, Integrated Circuits
  • Most common job titles in Dallas-Fort Worth: Manufacturing Specialist, Engineer, Technician

 

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Southwest Airlines logo
Southwest Airlines

7. Southwest Airlines

 

  • Where the local office is located: Love Field
  • Full-time headcount: 56,500 (with 10,700 in Greater Dallas-Ft. Worth)
  • Most common skills among Dallas-Fort Worth employees: Process Improvement, Program Management, Business Analysis
  • Most common job titles in Dallas-Fort Worth: Flight Attendant, Pilot, Software Engineer

 

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Amazon Logo
Amazon.com

6. Amazon

 

  • Where the local office is located: Northwood Hills + operation centers throughout the metro area
  • Full-time headcount: 1,298,000 (with 35,000 in Greater Dallas-Ft. Worth)
  • Most common skills among Dallas-Fort Worth employees: Operations Management, Inventory Management, Process Improvement
  • Most common job titles in Dallas-Fort Worth: Fulfillment Associate, Area Manager, Delivery Driver

 

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Chase logo
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5. JPMorgan Chase&Co.

 

  • Where the local office is located: Downtown and Plano + branches throughout the metro area
  • Full-time headcount: 255,350 (with 12,000 in Greater Dallas-Ft. Worth)
  • Most common skills among Dallas-Fort Worth employees: Business Analysis, Risk Management, SQL
  • Most common job titles in Dallas-Fort Worth: Software Engineer, Business Analyst, Branch Manager

 

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UT Southwestern Medical Center
UT Southwestern Medical Center

4. UT Southwestern Medical Center

 

  • Where the main campus is located: In between Downtown Dallas and Love Field
  • Full-time headcount: 18,800
  • Most common skills among Dallas-Fort Worth employees: Clinical Research, Healthcare Management, Data Analysis
  • Most common job titles in Dallas-Fort Worth: Registered Nurse, Assistant Professor, Postdoctoral Researcher

 

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American Airlines logo
American Airlines

3. American Airlines

 

  • Where the local office is located: Fort Worth
  • Full-time headcount: 102,700
  • Most common skills among Dallas-Fort Worth employees: Flight Safety, Aircraft Maintenance, Process Improvement
  • Most common job titles in Dallas-Fort Worth: Flight Attendant, Pilot, Service Assistant

 

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Lockheed Martin
Lockheed Martin

2. Lockheed Martin

 

  • Where the local office is located: Downtown Dallas, Fort Worth, Grand Prairie and Arlington
  • Full-time headcount: 114,000 (with 22,950 in Greater Dallas-Ft. Worth)
  • Most common skills among Dallas-Fort Worth employees: Program Management, System Engineering, Process Improvement
  • Most common job titles in Dallas-Fort Worth: System Engineer, Software Engineer, Aeronautical Engineer

 

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AT&T
AT&T

1. AT&T

 

  • Where the local office is located: West Dallas + retail locations throughout the metro area
  • Full-time headcount: 230,000
  • Most common skills among Dallas-Fort Worth employees: Wireless Technologies, Program Management, Vendor Management
  • Most common job titles in Dallas-Fort Worth: Technician, Manager, Retail Sales Consultant

 

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The top 25 employers in Dallas

Kaitlyn Farley

Kaitlyn Farley is MediaFeed’s writer/editor. She is a masters of science in journalism candidate at Northwestern University, specializing in social justice and investigative reporting. She has worked at various radio stations and newsrooms, covering higher-education, local politics, natural disasters and investigative and watchdog stories related to Title IX and transparency issues.

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