By Tyler Durden
With unemployment in the US purportedly reaching its lowest level in 17 years (that is, according to the Department of Labor’s flawed household survey) employees who once would’ve been too fearful to leave their jobs are now actively looking for opportunities. With that in mind, many have probably wondered what’s the best company to work for where they live?
Well, HowMuch.com gathered data compiled by Forbes into an infographic to try and map out the best and largest employers in every country.
Forbes recently released a ranking of the best companies in the world using a variety of different perks and benefits, like the quality of food served to employees, parental leave policies or whether companies allow their employees to nap while on the job.
HowMuch mapped these companies by paying attention to their market capitalization to get a feel for how large an organization needs to be to afford such high-quality benefits. One company therefore represents each country, color-coded by market cap. Red countries have an employer worth over $100 billion, and dark blue countries boast relatively small employers under $10 billion.
Several trends immediately pop out from our map:
Red countries with huge companies predominantly originate in North America and Western Europe.
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