U.S. Largest Employers
Statistic Verification
Source: US Department of Labor, SEC
Date Verified: 1.1.2014
  Company Employees
1 Wal-Mart 2,100,000
2 IBM 436,085
3 McDonald’s 400,000
4 United Parcel Service 400,600
5 Target 355,000
6 Kroger 338,000
7 Sears Holdings 312,000
8 General Electric 287,000
9 Citigroup 267,000
10 Albertson’s 240,000
11 FedEx 222,300
12 General Motors 210,000
13 United Technologies 208,200
14 CVS 201,000
15 Altria Group 199,000
16 Verizon Communications 195,400
17 Aramark 195,000
18 Berkshire Hathaway 192,012
19 AT&T 189,950
20 Home Depot 189,390
21 Delphi 185,200
22 Safeway 180,000
23 Bank of America 176,638
24 JP Morgan Chase 168,847
25 Yum Brands 165,920
26 HCA 165,450
27 Lowe’s 164,794
28 Ford Motor 164,000
29 PepsiCo 157,000
30 Walgreen 155,200
31 Wells Fargo 153,500
32 Boeing 153,000
33 Darden Restaurants 150,100
34 Hewlett-Packard 150,000
35 Gap 150,000
36 JC Penney 150,000
37 Starbucks 149,000
38 Starwood Hotels and Resorts 145,000
39 Marriott International 143,000
40 Sara Lee 137,000
41 Lockheed Martin 135,000
42 Walt Disney 133,000
43 Alcoa 129,000
44 Northrop Grumman 123,600
45 Electronic Data Systems 117,000
46 Honeywell 116,000
47 Johnson & Johnson 115,600
48 Lear 115,113
49 Tyson Foods 115,000
50 Emerson Electric 114,200
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