Changing jobs can be nerve-wracking because it’s hard to know where to start your search. Employers with lots of job openings can be a great option, as there’s a better chance of finding your fit.
Steering a successful job search is all about knowing where to look. GOBankingRates partnered with Indeed to find out which companies have the most job vacancies in every state. Get ready to start your job search now.
Alabama: St. Vincent’s Health System
A faith-based healthcare organization with five hospitals and several care facilities in Alabama, St. Vincent’s Health System has lots of job opportunities for nurses. In addition to an attractive benefit plan, flexible scheduling and tuition reimbursement, some RN positions come with a signing bonus.
Alaska: Providence Health & Services
A nonprofit Catholic network of hospitals, clinics and local health programs, Providence Health & Services has plenty of job openings — especially in nursing. Employee perks may vary by location, but may include tuition assistance, paid time off and medical, dental and vision insurance.
Arizona: Banner Health
One of the largest nonprofit healthcare systems in the U.S., Banner Health is headquartered in Phoenix. If you’re thinking of changing jobs, there are several perks of working for the company, including a 401k contribution match up to 4 percent, tuition assistance, wellness services and medical, dental and vision coverage.
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Arkansas: Baptist Health
Nurses — one of the few occupations that still come with a pension — are in demand at Baptist Health, the largest nonprofit healthcare organization in Arkansas. Filling one of this Christian employer’s job vacancies comes with a slew of perks, including health and dental coverage, onsite fitness centers and wellness programs, tuition assistance and onsite preschool centers at the Little Rock and North Little Rock locations.
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California: Kaiser Permanente
Kaiser Permanente is one of the most extensive nonprofit health plans in the country, creating an abundance of job opportunities in California. Licensed nurses and physician assistants are most in-demand, but there’s also hundreds of job vacancies in behavioral health, social services and spiritual care.
Often touted as one of the best employers to work for, the company has been one of DiversityInc’s Top 50 Companies for Diversity every year since 2006. Kaiser Permanente also made the 2015 CareerBliss list of the 50 Happiest Companies in America.
Colorado: Denver Public Schools
Denver Public Schools encompasses more than 200 schools serving 90,000 students, resulting in plenty of job openings for teachers, administrators and school support staff. Some perks vary by job requirements, but include an interest-free loan program, a wellness program, commuter benefits and medical, dental and vision coverage.
Connecticut: Pratt & Whitney
A United Technologies Corp. company, Pratt & Whitney is a global innovator in the design, manufacture and service of aircraft engines and auxiliary power units. The company has more than 500 job vacancies in Connecticut, with engineering talent the most in-demand. Being a UTC employee comes with many perks, including flexible work arrangements, an employee scholar program, the ability to purchase extra vacation time and comprehensive medical and dental coverage.
Delaware: JPMorgan Chase
A leading global financial institution, JPMorgan Chase has hundreds of job openings in both Newark and Wilmington. Some of the employee perks offered by the company include back-up childcare services, wellness programs and a variety of health insurance packages for the whole family — partners, children and parents.
Florida: Lockheed Martin
Global security and aerospace company Lockheed Martin has more than 700 job vacancies in Florida. Some of the most enticing employee benefits include an incentive physical activity program, healthy work sites and health insurance coverage.
Georgia: Piedmont Healthcare
Piedmont Healthcare is a private, nonprofit healthcare organization serving Georgia with seven hospitals and a vast network of other patient care centers. Some of the perks of employment include education assistance, fitness center discounts, programs to support working caregivers and health insurance.
Hawaii: Kaiser Permanente
If you’re changing jobs in Hawaii, Kaiser Permanente — one of the largest nonprofit health plans in the country — might have an opening for you. The bulk of job opportunities are for licensed nurses and physician assistants, but there’s also a huge need for clinical support professionals. One of the best perks of employment is the company’s strong culture, which embodies diversity, collaboration, mentorship and a positive, healthy work environment.
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Idaho: Micron Technology, Inc.
The company behind some of the most advanced memory and semiconductor technologies in the world, Micron Technology, Inc., is hiring lots of engineers and analysts in Boise. Many of these job vacancies come with perks like an education assistance program, onsite fitness center, insurance coverage and access to the Micron Family Health Center for employees and dependents covered by the company’s health plan.
Illinois: Advocate Health Care
If you’re thinking about changing jobs in Illinois, Advocate Health Care has a major need for nurses. The faith-based nonprofit is the state’s largest health system, with more than 450 care centers — including 12 hospitals. Some top employee perks include health insurance, an education assistance program, adoption assistance and domestic partner benefits.
Indiana: Franciscan Health
Include Franciscan Health in your job search, because the Catholic healthcare system has hundreds of vacant positions in Indiana. Some of the top employee benefits include a tuition reimbursement program, retirement plan, Hyatt legal plan and health, dental and vision benefits.
Iowa: UnityPoint Health
UnityPoint Health is a nonprofit health system serving Iowa, Illinois and Wisconsin. If you’re planning on changing jobs, perks like PTO buy back, tuition assistance, parental leave and a slew of health benefits make the company an enticing place to submit an application.
Kansas: The University of Kansas Health System
At present, the University of Kansas Hospital has more than 100 job vacancies. Working for the top hospital in the Kansas City Metro area comes with perks, including health insurance, Learning Quest — the Kansas 529 education savings program — and retirement benefits that vary by job.
Kentucky: KentuckyOne Health
KentuckyOne Health, one of the largest health systems in the Commonwealth, has more than 200 job openings for nurses in Lexington and Louisville. Eligible nurses can receive up to a $6,000 signing bonus and a maximum of $24,000 in student loan payback. All employees are eligible for health, dental and vision coverage, as well as discounted meals in the cafeteria, adoption assistance and free parking.
Louisiana: Ochsner Health System
Ochsner Health System — the largest nonprofit, academic, multi-specialty healthcare provider in southeast Louisiana — has approximately 700 job openings in the state. Some employee benefits include a wellness program, Sam’s Club membership, retirement plans — with 2 percent employer match for eligible employees — and medical, dental and vision coverage.
MaineHealth — the largest medical center in the state — has more than 200 job openings for nurses in the state. Some of the perks enjoyed by eligible employees include discounts on pet insurance, adoption assistance, health improvement services and health and dental insurance.
A biomedical research company, Leidos has more than 600 job openings in Maryland. The company offers a variety of employee perks, including dependent daycare, flexible spending accounts, a wellness program and medical, dental and vision coverage.
Massachusetts: Lahey Health
Physician-led, nonprofit group practice Lahey Hospital & Medical Center currently has more than 800 job opportunities in Massachusetts. Those most in-demand include clinical professionals, mental health workers and registered nurses.
Eligible employees can benefit from perks, including pet insurance, tuition assistance and adoption reimbursement. Along with a retirement plan, health, dental and vision coverage is also offered to benefits-eligible workers.
Michigan: Henry Ford Health System
Henry Ford Health System currently has job opportunities for more than 300 nurses and approximately 250 clinical and allied health professionals. Employees of this nonprofit healthcare corporation have access to a variety of benefits, including tuition reimbursement, a child care center, wellness programs and paid time off.
Minnesota: Mayo Clinic
Based in Rochester, the Mayo Clinic has more than 700 job vacancies at its healthcare and research facilities in Minnesota. Working at this nonprofit comes with plenty of perks, including wellness programs, comprehensive healthcare coverage, relocation assistance, tuition assistance, employee education and free bus passes, van pools and campus shuttles.
Mississippi: Baptist Memorial Health Care Corporation
Registered nurses are in-demand at Baptist Memorial Health Care Corporation’s Mississippi locations. Changing jobs to work for this faith-based, nonprofit healthcare system comes with a variety of employee benefits, including free parking, a credit union, education assistance, a generous retirement plan and comprehensive health coverage.
Missouri: BJC HealthCare
At present, BJC HealthCare has more than 700 employment opportunities for nurses and nearly 400 openings for allied health professionals, so take a look if either of these fields are a match for your job search. This nonprofit healthcare integrated delivery organization offers a variety of perks to staffers, including wellness programs, employee discounts, tuition assistance and medical, dental and vision insurance.
Montana: SCL Health
SCL Health — a faith-based, nonprofit healthcare organization — has more than 150 job openings in Montana. Some of the employee benefits offered by the company include access to health and wellness resources, a legal plan, retirement benefits and healthcare coverage.
Nebraska: Catholic Health Initiatives
If you’re thinking about changing jobs in Nebraska, Catholic Health Initiatives has nearly 400 opportunities in the state right now. Working for this nonprofit, faith-based health system comes with a variety of benefits, including retirement savings, tuition assistance, wellness reimbursement, adoption assistance and medical, dental and vision coverage.
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Nevada: MGM Resorts International
MGM Resorts International — a global entertainment company — currently has more than 100 job openings scattered across its Las Vegas properties. The bulk of the employer’s local job vacancies are at its MGM Grand, New York New York and Circus Circus properties, in the food and beverage and hotel operations categories.
Changing jobs to work for MGM Resorts International comes with a variety of perks. Eligible employees receive adoption assistance, life insurance, free meals provided daily at each property, complimentary access to life coaching and affordable health coverage.
New Hampshire: BAE Systems
Global defense, aerospace and security company BAE Systems is looking for a slew of engineers with various security clearances. Some of the benefits enjoyed by employees include several leave options, life insurance, retirement plans and medical, dental and vision insurance.
New Jersey: Bristol-Myers Squibb
Bristol-Myers Squibb has more than 300 job vacancies in New Jersey right now. The majority of openings are in its clinical development, medical and regulatory affairs and drug development and preclinical studies departments.
This global biopharmaceutical company offers many attractive perks to eligible employees. Some of these include a minimum of three weeks’ paid vacation, 6 percent employer match 401k contribution, flexible work arrangements and competitive healthcare coverage.
New Mexico: Presbyterian Healthcare Services
A locally owned nonprofit healthcare system, Presbyterian Healthcare Services has hundreds of job opportunities in New Mexico. Eligible employees enjoy a variety of perks, including education assistance, domestic partner benefits, employer match retirement plan of 50 cents on the dollar up to 4 percent — in addition to graded contributions — and a selection of healthcare plans to choose from.
New York: JPMorgan Chase
Top global financial firm JPMorgan Chase has more than 1,000 job opportunities in New York City and Brooklyn, in addition to other openings throughout the state. The company offers many employee benefits, such as wellness programs, flexible work options and health insurance packages for the whole family — including partners, children and parents.
North Carolina: Novant Health
Novant Health has more than 1,000 job opportunities for nurses in North Carolina. This nonprofit, integrated healthcare system offers a variety of attractive employee perks, including adoption assistance, tuition reimbursement, an employee assistance program, comprehensive healthcare coverage and a 6 percent employer match retirement contribution.
North Dakota: Sanford Health
Sanford Health has more than 700 job opportunities for nurses, clinical care and support professionals in North Dakota. The perks involved with working for the largest rural, nonprofit healthcare system in the country vary by employee, but may include wellness coaching, cancer insurance, identity theft protection and health, dental and vision coverage.
Ohio: Mercy Health
Catholic healthcare ministry Mercy Health has approximately 1,400 job opportunities in Ohio right now. Benefits vary by job type and employment status, but may include tuition reimbursement, life insurance, a retirement savings plan and healthcare coverage.
Oklahoma: Saint Francis Health System
If your job search covers Tulsa County and eastern Oklahoma, Saint Francis Health System has several hundred vacancies. Wholly owned and operated in Tulsa, this Catholic, nonprofit health system has a major need for nurses and allied health professionals. Some of the perks enjoyed by eligible employees include tuition assistance, service awards, an employer match 401k program and a variety of insurance benefits.
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Oregon: Providence Health & Services
Providence Health & Services — a nonprofit Catholic network of hospitals, clinics and local health programs — offers hundreds of job opportunities. Nursing has the most openings, but allied health and technicians, physicians, medical assistants and support services all have loads of vacancies. Perks may vary by location of employment, but typically include tuition assistance, paid time off and medical, dental and vision insurance.
The University of Pittsburgh Medical Center is a healthcare provider and insurer, with more than 1,300 job openings across Pennsylvania. Working for the largest non-governmental employer in the state comes with many benefits. Some of these include comprehensive insurance coverage, discounted fitness memberships, adoption reimbursement, tuition assistance and dependent care resources.
Rhode Island: Lifespan
The first and largest health system in Rhode Island, Lifespan has more than 300 job vacancies in Rhode Island — including dozens of opportunities for nurses. Benefits at this nonprofit vary by job, but Rhode Island Hospital and Hasbro Children’s Hospital offers $2,500 tuition assistance and reimbursement of up to $500 in conference fees per calendar year for United Nurses & Allied Professionals employees.
South Carolina: Greenville Health System
Greenville Health System has nearly 900 job openings in South Carolina. Employees of this private, nonprofit, academic healthcare system enjoy a variety of perks, including cancer insurance, education assistance, retirement savings plans, childcare center and health, dental and vision benefits.
South Dakota: Sanford Health
Among other opportunities, more than 100 nursing job vacancies are currently listed on the Sanford Health career site for South Dakota. The largest rural, nonprofit healthcare system in the U.S. offers a variety of benefits to eligible employees, including cancer insurance, wellness coaching, legal services and health, dental and vision coverage.
Tennessee: Vanderbilt University Medical Center
Vanderbilt University Medical Center has more than 700 job openings in Nashville, with registered nurses and licensed practical nurses most in-demand. Working for this comprehensive healthcare facility comes with a number of perks for benefits-eligible employees, including parental leave, retirement savings plans, life insurance and health, dental and vision coverage.
Texas: Baylor Scott & White Health
Baylor Scott & White Health — the largest nonprofit healthcare system in Texas — has nearly 2,000 job vacancies in the state. Starting on their first day of work, employees are eligible for health benefits, flexible spending accounts, 401k savings — including an up to 5 percent employer match — and disability, life and accidental death and disability coverage.
Utah: Intermountain Healthcare
Based in Salt Lake City, Intermountain Healthcare is a nonprofit health system with nearly 500 job opportunities currently available in Utah. Eligible employees receive a host of perks, including elder care assistance, onsite or nearby childcare centers, an employer match 401k plan, $2,000 per year for education assistance and a comprehensive insurance package.
Vermont: The University of Vermont Medical Center
Part of a six-hospital network, the University of Vermont Medical Center is a nonprofit employer with nearly 200 job vacancies in the state. This academic medical center offers attractive benefits to employees, including transportation discounts and commuter programs, a retirement plan with employer contributions and medical, vision and dental insurance.
Virginia: Booz Allen Hamilton
For engineering or strategy planning opportunities in Virginia, take your job search to Booz Allen Hamilton. Headquartered in McLean, the firm provides management and technology consulting, as well as engineering services to top Fortune 500 corporations, governments and nonprofits globally.
The company has 13 locations in Virginia, and one-third of its workforce comes from a military background. Booz Allen Hamilton is dedicated to diversity, and supports working parents by providing fully paid maternity leave, paid paternity and adoption leave and adoption assistance.
Headquartered in Seattle, e-commerce giant Amazon has nearly 8,500 job openings in Washington. Some employee benefits may vary by job and location, but include a dog-friendly work environment, a competitive tuition assistance program, paid parental leave, stock options and a variety of health insurance coverage options.
West Virginia: WVU Healthcare
A comprehensive network delivering patient care and medical research, WVU Healthcare has employment opportunities at facilities throughout the state. West Virginia’s largest private employer offers many perks to staffers, including retirement savings plans, tuition assistance, life insurance and medical, dental and vision benefits.
Wisconsin: Aurora Health Care
Aurora Health Care — a private, nonprofit integrated care provider serving 30 counties and 90 communities in Wisconsin — is hiring. More than 1,150 job openings are currently posted online, including nearly 400 opportunities for nurses. Employment comes with a host of perks, including a retirement savings plan, tuition reimbursement, life insurance and health, vision and dental coverage.
Wyoming: State of Wyoming
If you’re interested in government job opportunities, the State of Wyoming has nearly 170 openings. Eligible employees receive many perks, including unlimited sick day accumulation, an employer match retirement program, longevity pay and health, dental and life insurance benefits.
Please note that all data on job openings was sourced from Indeed, and is accurate as of July 19, 2017.
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