The Top 25 Companies Hiring the Most Tech Talent Right Now

There’s no shortage of demand for tech talent right now. In this “top 25” list Forbes obtained from Indeed.com, you’ll find a wide variety of companies hiring for tech. This list includes the 25 companies with the highest number of U.S.-based openings paying $60,000 or more per year.

They’re hiring web developers, database administrators, IT systems analysts, systems administrators, network engineers, programmer analysts, programmer writers, software development engineers, and many other job titles.

Something else you’ll notice is the wide variety of companies hiring tech talent. From consulting services like PwC and Booz Allen Hamilton to defense contractors like Northrop Grumman and General Dynamics to technology companies like IBM, HP, and the current biggest hirer, Amazon – if you’ve got the skills, you’ve got your pick of a diverse group of potential employers.

1. Amazon Corporate LLC – 1,784 openings
2. Lockheed Martin – 1,568 openings
3. General Dynamics – IT – 1,114 openings
4. Northrop Grumman – 1,099 openings
5. Diverse Lynx – 985 openings
6. IBM – 889 openings
7. CSC – 878 openings
8. JPMorgan Chase – 866 openings
9. AppLabs – 787 openings
10. Microsoft – 772 openings
11. HP – 707 openings
12. Technosoft Corporation – 660 openings
13. GM – 643 openings
14. Chico’s FAS, Inc. – 572 openings
15. Apple – 551 openings
16. Dell – 535 openings
17. Leidos – 530 openings
18. PwC – 528 openings
19. Careworks Tech – 494 openings
20. Cognizant – 488 openings
21. Booz Allen Hamilton – 486 openings
22. BAE Systems – 471 openings
23. CACI International Inc – 463 openings
24. Axius Technologies – 442 openings
25. ManTech International Corporation – 375 openings

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