The latest edition of the essential business ranking is out, and we’ve got jobs at loads of companies that made the list.


Find a job on this Fortune 500 list of companies.

Every year, the Fortune 500 list ranks the highest-grossing companies in the United States. It’s a big signifier of cachet in the business world—just think of how many employers advertise themselves as “a Fortune 500” company in their job listings.

Working for one of the companies that made the most recent list is way more achievable than you might expect. Since the barometer for inclusion is revenue, many of the companies in the Fortune 500 (which actually stretches to 1,000 in recent editions) are among the nation’s largest employers. Retail giant Walmart led this year’s list, for instance, and the company counts over 1 million U.S. employees among its ranks.

Unsurprisingly, the list offers a cross-section of big-name employers, from tech giants (Apple, Amazon) to automotive companies (General Motors) to health care providers (UnitedHealth Group).

To read the list is to get the lowdown on who’s leading in what industry—and since many of these companies have job listings on Monster, we’ve taken the opportunity to link out to each one and give you a chance to put a Fortune 500 company on your resume.

See below for the top 100 companies, and don’t forget to click through to apply!

  1. Walmart
  2. Exxon Mobil
  3. Apple
  4. Berkshire Hathaway
  5. Amazon
  6. UnitedHealth Group
  7. McKesson
  8. CVS Health
  9. AT&T
  10. AmerisourceBergen
  11. Chevron
  12. Ford Motors
  13. General Motors
  14. Costco
  15. Alphabet (Google)
  16. Cardinal Health
  17. Walgreens Boots Alliance
  18. JPMorgan Chase
  19. Verizon
  20. Kroger
  21. General Electric
  22. Fannie Mae
  23. Phillips 66
  24. Valero Energy
  25. Bank of America
  26. Microsoft
  27. Home Depot
  28. Boeing
  29. Wells Fargo
  30. Citigroup
  31. Marathon Petroleum
  32. Comcast
  33. Anthem
  34. Dell Technologies
  35. DowDuPont
  36. State Farm Insurance
  37. Johnson & Johnson
  38. IBM
  39. Target
  40. Freddie Mac
  41. UPS
  42. Lowe’s
  43. Intel
  44. MetLife
  45. Procter & Gamble
  46. United Technologies
  47. FedEx
  48. PepsiCo
  49. Archer Daniels Midland
  50. Prudential Financial
  51. Centene
  52. Albertsons Cos.
  53. Disney
  54. Sysco
  55. HP
  56. Humana
  57. Facebook
  58. Caterpillar
  59. Energy Transfer Equity
  60. Lockheed Martin
  61. Pfizer
  62. Goldman Sachs Group
  63. Morgan Stanley
  64. Cisco Systems
  65. Cigna
  66. AIG
  67. HCA Holdings
  68. American Airlines Group
  69. Delta Air Lines
  70. Charter Communications
  71. New York Life Insurance
  72. American Express
  73. Nationwide
  74. Best Buy
  75. Liberty Mutual Insurance Group
  76. Merck
  77. Honeywell International
  78. United Continental Holdings
  79. TIAA
  80. Tyson Foods
  81. Oracle
  82. Allstate
  83. World Fuel Services
  84. Massachusetts Mutual Life Insurance
  85. TJX
  86. ConocoPhillips
  87. Deere
  88. Tech Data
  89. Enterprise Products Partners
  90. Nike
  91. Publix Super Markets
  92. General Dynamics
  93. Exelon
  94. Plains GP Holdings
  95. 3M
  96. AbbVie
  97. CHS
  98. Capital One Financial
  99. Progressive
  100. Coca-Cola

Fortune awaits

These companies are among the most successful and well-known in the world, so its no surprise that theyre high on the list of job seekers wish lists. Could you use some help getting hired? Join Monster for free todayAs a member, you can upload up to five versions of your resume—each tailored to the types of jobs and companies that interest you. Recruiters search Monster every day looking to fill top jobs with qualified candidates, just like you. Additionally, you can get job alerts sent directly to your inbox to cut down on time spent looking through ads. Those are two quick and easy ways you can put your job search in motion.

Calling all companies hiring! Are you looking for some great workers? Post a job for free on Monster today.

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