Disney earned the No. 2 overall and was ranked second among all three surveyed age groups—millennials, gen-Xers and baby boomers on the list compiled by media and technology firm Morning Consult.
In the “best overall” list, Disney is followed by Amazon, Apple, Microsoft, Harley-Davidson, Tesla, BMW, UPS and Hershey.
Morning Consult determined which companies Americans want to work for by interviewing more than 220,000 adults across the U.S. The survey was conducted between January and May of this year. Respondents were asked if they would be proud to work for a company. They could check “yes” or leave the response blank.
Women ranked wanting to work for Disney second, while men placed it sixth.
Disney also won the No. 2 spot with those with less than a college education, fourth among respondents with a bachelor’s degrees and sixth among people with post-graduate degrees.
According to income levels, Disney was second with those earning less than $50,000 per year, fourth in the $50,000-$100,000 range and fifth among people who make more than $100,000.
Democrats and independent voters ranked Disney second, while Republicans placed the company fourth.
Google won the top spot in every category.