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These are the 20 companies that everyone wants to work for—according to LinkedIn

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Seems like Facebook's data leak hasn't really affected the company's standing in the job market. LinkedIn just released its annual list of companies where most of its users want to work and—surprise, surprise—Facebook is still in the top three.

The so-called "Top Companies list" takes into account the preferences of the 146 million professionals that use the website in the U.S. Data is specifically gathered across four main pillars: Interest in the company, engagement with the company's employees, job demand and employee retention.

As expected, LinkedIn and Microsoft (the latter owns the former) are purposely left out of the ranking.

Browse through the top 50 list, which also highlights each company's offered employee perks, right here. Below, find the top 20:

1. Amazon
2. Alphabet
3. Facebook
4. Salesforce
5. Tesla
6. Apple
7. Comcast NBCUniversal
8. The Walt Disney Company
9. Oracle
10. Netflix
11. Spotify
12. Uber
13. McKinsey & Company
14. Adobe
15. Airbnb
16. Time Warner
17. Dell Technologies
18. JPMorgan Chase & Co.
19. LVMH
20. IBM

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