U.S. Largest Employers
Statistic Verification
Source: US Department of Labor, SEC
Date Verified: 1.1.2014
 CompanyEmployees
1Wal-Mart2,100,000
2IBM436,085
3McDonald’s400,000
4United Parcel Service400,600
5Target355,000
6Kroger338,000
7Sears Holdings312,000
8General Electric287,000
9Citigroup267,000
10Albertson’s240,000
11FedEx222,300
12General Motors210,000
13United Technologies208,200
14CVS201,000
15Altria Group199,000
16Verizon Communications195,400
17Aramark195,000
18Berkshire Hathaway192,012
19AT&T189,950
20Home Depot189,390
21Delphi185,200
22Safeway180,000
23Bank of America176,638
24JP Morgan Chase168,847
25Yum Brands165,920
26HCA165,450
27Lowe’s164,794
28Ford Motor164,000
29PepsiCo157,000
30Walgreen155,200
31Wells Fargo153,500
32Boeing153,000
33Darden Restaurants150,100
34Hewlett-Packard150,000
35Gap150,000
36JC Penney150,000
37Starbucks149,000
38Starwood Hotels and Resorts145,000
39Marriott International143,000
40Sara Lee137,000
41Lockheed Martin135,000
42Walt Disney133,000
43Alcoa129,000
44Northrop Grumman123,600
45Electronic Data Systems117,000
46Honeywell116,000
47Johnson & Johnson115,600
48Lear115,113
49Tyson Foods115,000
50Emerson Electric114,200
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