The 50 Best Places to Work in 2015

Looking for a new job in 2015? Start here, with Glassdoor's breakdown of the best companies hiring right now. Typically, these kinds of lists are heavy on the tech giants, and while you'll find one of the big boys occupying the top spot, there's more variety to this list than you might expect. In fact, one of the highest slots went to a certain cult-favorite fast food chain, beating out the likes of Apple and Adobe. That's because the only parameter was the feedback of current and former employees in Glassdoor's massive database, making these companies the de facto winners of their annual Employee's Choice Awards.

So whether you're looking for a job in programming or pet food, there's something here for you. See below for the top ten, or head over to Glassdoor to check out the full list. Onward!

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The 50 Best Places to Work in 2015

“Mayo Clinic has an extremely professional work environment with state-of-the art facilities. Collaboration within and between departments is encouraged. Mayo also has an excellent work culture and business integrity.” – Mayo Clinic Research Associate (Rochester, MN)
“The overall environment is good. Everyone has a sense of pride to be employed by Mayo Clinic. There is access to great care resources and events.” – Mayo Clinic Program Manager (Rochester, MN)

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“No other organization places as much emphasis on professional development. Really amazing set of people - caring, challenging and whip smart.” – McKinsey & Company Engagement Manager (San Francisco, CA)
“Leadership inspires its employees to work hard and drive impact for the clients. Great network and potential to work on interesting projects across the world.” – McKinsey & Company Senior Associate (New York, NY)

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“Great pay rates, fantastic hours, calm and comfortable atmosphere, plenty of benefits, full of opportunity friendly coworkers, overall very happy with the experience I gained here.” – In-N-Out Burger Associate Level III (Avondale, AZ)
“The values of the company, the way they treat their associates, paid holidays off, atmosphere.” – In-N-Out Burger Level 7 (Tustin, CA)

> Find a fast food job

“Great pay. Great benefits. Ability to move up. One of the few companies that actually cares about it's employees.” –HEB Receiver (Houston, TX)
“Pay is great! Management really cares about you. Great work/life balance. Great benefits. Friendly co-workers or partners! Positive environment. Discounts.” – HEB Customer Service Representative (Mission, TX)

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“Great benefits, work-life balance. A very structured organization with focus on teamwork and safety of its employees.” – Chevron Procurement (Houston, TX)
“Above average pay and benefits. A good company to work for. They have an excellent retirement program and supportive company culture.” – Chevron Field Operator (Big Spring, TX)

> Find a job at Chevron

“Outstanding colleagues; best and the brightest from all fields / backgrounds (think Rhodes scholars) create a really rich intellectual atmosphere.” – Boston Consulting Group Consultant (New York, NY)
“The culture, the people, the overall working environment and topics we work on. We have a lot of inspiring people within the company, work on many topics that matter not only for the business, but also society.” – Boston Consulting Group Marketing Manager (Boston, MA)

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“Very competitive salary, great benefits that challenge the huge multi-nationals. Plus again, the culture is something that makes your day worth to be in the office, the atmosphere where everybody understands we are in the same ship and we need to sail it together.” – F5 Networks Software Engineer III (Seattle, WA)
“I'm learning every day. People are very willing to help, share knowledge, and work together. My skills are getting better, and there is a clear career path for software engineers that don't want to go into management. Work-life  balance is pretty good: managers show by example that time off is not only acceptable but a good thing.” – F5 Networks Software Engineer (Seattle, WA)

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“The corporate culture is second to none. Strong midwestern roots, stability and friendly environment; coupled with the vast opportunities that come with an international giant parent company.” – Nestle Purina PetCare Engineer(Saint Louis, MO)
“Development is easily accessible and encouraged by management. The company also stresses the importance of diversity which is really nice to experience at such a large organization.” – Nestle Purina PetCare Supply Chain (Saint Louis, MO)

> Find a petcare job

“Incredible culture - people work really hard, but they enjoy doing it; Incredible people - mix of intelligence but also humility that you don't find at the other top consulting firms.” – Bain & Company Senior Associate Consultant (New York, NY)
“The company works to adapt the job to fit your personal needs and there is a mutual respect for this across the business. The training provided to new associate consultants is invaluable and unique in that you meet hundreds of people from across the world.” – Bain & Company Associate Consultant (Atlanta, GA)

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“The benefits and care of employees is obviously world class, and compensation is almost unmatchable. But the company attracts some of the best talent and best people to work with in the world, which is the most important bit.” – Google Program Manager (San Francisco, CA)
“Opportunities for career growth, and tons of career development resources available. Great benefits in stock equity as well as free onsite perks.” – Google Strategic Partner Development Manager (Mountain View, CA)
“My work is used by lots and lots of users. It's cool stuff that makes people happy. I'm learning a lot which will make me employable within Google and elsewhere. I get to go home whenever I want to enjoy my free time and I make enough money to travel.” – Google Developer Advocate (Mountain View, CA)

> Find a job at Google

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