LinkedIn Reveals the 100 Most In-Demand Employers

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Quick! What are the most desirable companies to work for on the planet? Okay, Google...Apple...who else?

LinkedIn is here to save the day with their annual list of the 100 most in-demand employers on the planet. As you probably expected, a lot of them are in the booming tech industry (yes, Google and Apple claim the top two spots). Those crazy cafeterias have got to count for something. But you'll also find companies like General Electric and PepsiCo rounding out the top ten. Want to see who else is in the mix? Click through the slideshow below, or head over to LinkedIn for the full list.

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LinkedIn Reveals the 100 Most In-Demand Employers

Employees: 50K

Headquarters: Mountain View, CA

Top skills: Distributed systems, Python, algorithms

Employees: 83K

Headquarters: Cupertino, CA

Top skills: iLife, iWork, iOS

Employees: 60K

Headquarters: London, UK

Top skills: FMCG, consumer products, trade marketing

> Find a job at Unilever

Employees: 113K

Headquarters: Redmond, WA

Top skills: Cloud computing, Windows Azure, Enterprise software

Employees: 7K

Headquarters: Palo Alto, CA

Top skills: Python, algorithms, distributed systems

Employees: 50K

Headquarters: Seattle, WA

Top skills: Distributed systems, scalability, software development

> Find a job at Amazon

Employees: 66K

Headquarters: Cincinatti, OH

Top skills: Consumer products, FMCG, shopper marketing

Employees: 56K

Headquarters: Fairfield, CT

Top skills: Six Sigma, gas turbines, engineering

> Find a job at GE

Employees: 68K

Headquarters: Veyvey, Switzerland

Top skills: FMCG, trade marketing, food industry

> Find a job at Nestle

Employees: 71K

Headquarters: Purchase, NY

Top skills: Consumer products, FMCG, direct store delivery

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