Looking for a job? Fortune this week revealed its list of the 100 best companies to work for, giving you plenty of options to set your sights on, some of which are harder to get your foot into the door than others. Coming out on top of Fortune's list of bodacious work places is Google, which moved up three places from its previous fourth place rank.
"Employees rave about their mission, the culture, and the famous perks of the Plex: bocce courts, a bowling alley, eyebrow shaping (for a fee) in the New York office," Fortune said. "Then there's the food: some 25 cafes company-wide, all gratis."
In other words, if you like to eat and play -- and who doesn't? -- Google is the go-to company, according to Fortune. It also helps in the job security department that Google, as a company, is doing well. Revenue, profits, and share price are all up compared to last year.
As you might expect, several tech companies made the list, including NetApp (No. 6), Zappos.com (No. 11), Qualcomm (No. 23), Adobe (No. 41), Intel (No. 46), Microsoft (No. 76), Cisco (No. 90), and GoDaddy.com (No.93), to name just a handful. You can view the full list here.