Facebook Inc. (FB) is the best large company to work for in the U.S., according to Glassdoor.

The social network grabbed top spot in the career website’s 2018 Employees' Choice Awards, overtaking last year’s winner, Boston-based consulting Bain & Co., which finished in second place. Boston Consulting Group was ranked third, followed by In-N-Out Burger and Alphabet Inc.’s (GOOGL) Google.

Trendy sports apparel manufacturer Lululemon Athletica Inc. (LULU), HubSpot Inc. (HUBS), World Wide Technology, St. Jude Children's Research Hospital and Ultimate Software Group (ULTI) completed the top 10 of the list, which is based on anonymous input from employees. A full list of the top 100 companies can be viewed here

Facebook has made the list every year since the ranking was first introduced 10 years ago, winning in 2013 and 2011 and only finishing outside the top 10 once in 2015. Bain & Company, search giant Google and Apple (AAPL), which this year fell from No. 36 to No. 84, have also featured in every ranking of the top 100 employers. 

Glassdoor shared three employee reviews of Facebook. The social network was lavished with praise from staff, who described the work culture there as being full of opportunity, great perks, great culture, top leaders and decent rewards. (See also: 25 Highest Paying Companies (and Jobs) in America.)

A software engineer based at the social network’s headquarters in Menlo Park, California, wrote: “Opportunity to build a product that billions of people use around the world. Great perks (health benefits, food, environment, transport, bonuses). Great culture focused on connecting the world.”

Meanwhile, a data scientist, also based in Menlo Park, wrote: “It’s great working here. There’s nowhere else I’d rather be. You are working with very smart people who are energized and believe in the work they are doing. You will be rewarded for doing well and for the company doing well. You are empowered and encouraged to wield influence and ship products that can literally affect billions of people, no matter what level you are at.”

The other review came from an engineering manager in the company’s New York office. That particular employee wrote: “Surrounded by great people. Really interesting work. Amazing amenities. Good values woven into the fabric of the company. Transparent leaders who focus on the right stuff continually.” (See also: Snap Surges After Barclays Says Facebook's Dominance May End.)

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