Top 10 Tech Companies to Work for in New Year 2015

 
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Top 10 Tech Companies to Work for in New Year 2015
Google has topped popular career community Glassdoor's list of 50 best companies to work for in new year 2015.

Glassdoor, which collects feedback from company employees to compile the annual Employees' Choice Awards for best places to work across the US and the UK, has recognised Google as the number one company to work for in new year 2015.

Facebook, Qualcomm, Adobe, Apple, and LinkedIn are the famous names in the list of top 10 tech companies to work in new year 2015.

The social networking giant Facebook is the third-most preferred tech employer (behind Google and F5 Networks), while Qualcomm and Adobe take the next two places in the list. Micro-blogging site Twitter, which was the second best company overall and the number one tech company last year, has fallen off the grid and is even out from the list of top 50 companies to work across the US and the UK.

"It is probably the single biggest change and surprise this year that Twitter did not make the list at all," Robert Hohman, Co-Founder and CEO of Glassdoor, told CNBC.

It's worth pointing out that Glassdoor only ranks US and UK-based companies with at least 1000 employees as part of its annual list.

Apple is the seventh-most favoured tech employer on the list for new year 2015 behind MathWorks and others mentioned above, with LinkedIn, Zillow, and Mindbody rounding off the list.

Here are the top 10 tech companies to work for in new year 2015:

1. Google (overall #1)

2. F5 Networks (overall #4)

3. Facebook (overall #13)

4. Qualcomm (overall #14)

5. Adobe (overall #18)

6. MathWorks (overall #19)

7. Apple (overall #22)

8. LinkedIn (overall #23)

9. Zillow (overall #33)

10. Mindbody (overall #34)

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