Meet America’s Best Employers For New Graduates 2020

Forbes teamed up with market research company Statista to identify the companies most liked by new workforce entrants in our annual ranking of America’s best employers for new graduates

9/20/2020 2:15:00 PM

Forbes teamed up with market research company Statista to identify the companies most liked by new workforce entrants in our annual ranking of America’s best employers for new graduates

Forbes teamed up with market research company Statista to identify the companies most liked by new workforce entrants in our annual ranking of America’s best employers for new graduates.

Trader Joe'sOn an evening in May in Salem, Oregon, three high school seniors walked in a graduation ceremony—on a Trader Joe’s loading dock.The students, participants in the grocery chain’s My First Job Program, which offers new workforce entrants the opportunity to gain on-the-job experience and skills, had seen their graduations canceled because of the coronavirus pandemic. Their manager wanted to mark the special occasion.

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“We’re a big family, and we could feel how sad they were,” says Steffi Derobertis, captain of the Trader Joe’s in Salem. “Everything was so stressful at the beginning of Covid . . . it was something to celebrate.”And so, donning gowns (and masks) sewn from the same material as the chain’s Hawaiian-shirt uniform and caps crafted from brown-paper bags, they accepted mock diplomas.

The Salem store wasn’t alone in welcoming student employees into the workforce with such pomp and circumstance; similar ceremonies took place at Trader Joe’s locations across the country. “These little things don’t seem like much, but they mean a lot to us as a company and to our crew members working in neighborhood stores,” says Dionne Morris, executive vice president of stores in the Midwest at Trader Joe’s. “For recent graduates, the benefits and compensation do draw them to us, but the experience they have while working for us is so fulfilling that they want to stay.”

When 70% of Millennials and 74% of Gen-Zersvalue purpose over paycheck, it’s no wonder why Trader Joe’s is considered by many recent graduates to be an employer of choice.“Recent grads, more than anything, are really driven by impact. They want to be at a place where they can see the difference they can make.”

Kyle Ewing, director of talent and outreach programs, GoogleForbesStatistato identify the companies most liked by new workforce entrants in our annual ranking of America’s best employers for new graduates. The list was compiled by surveying 20,000 Americans with less than 10 years professional experience working for businesses with at least 1,000 employees. Surveys were conducted from March to June, and responses regarding the same employers were compared to that which were collected for

Forbes’previous rankings of best employers, so as to account for any statistically significant variations in the results collected before and during the coronavirus pandemic. The ranking features some companies whose appearance on this list, in light of recent events, might come as a surprise, but they are a reflection of the feeling of their own workforces at the time they were surveyed.

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