Tech-minded professionals weigh many of the same factors when looking for top-quality employers as job seekers in other sectors: They want competitive salary and benefits packages, an attractive company culture, and inspiring colleagues and leadership.
Built In, a publication that pairs technology news and trends analysis with job-seeking insights, annually surveys top tech companies to work for in specific cities. The company recently applied that same tech-sector analysis to nationwide employers and came away with a list of the 100 Best Large Companies to Work For.
Some of the companies on the list directly service the P&C insurance and risk management industries, and those are illustrated in the slideshow above. Several other companies on the list operate more generally within the financial services (or FinTech) world.
Technology jobs in general are expected to grow 11% by 2029, according to the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics. Thanks to the expansion of cloud computing, data analysis and storage, and information security demands, the tech sector, which is growing faster than many other industries, is expected to add 531,000 jobs in the next decade, the BLS says. As of May 2019, the median annual wage for an employee working in technology was $88,240. That was nearly $50,000 more than the median income overall in the U.S.