5 Best Finance Companies To Work In America

Best finance companies to work for are the ones that offer employees great benefits, a big paycheck, high job satisfaction, and low stress, according to a recent list of the best companies to work for in America by Business Insider and PayScale.

We’ve highlighted the nine best financial services companies from the top best companies to work for.

5. Fannie Mae

5. Fannie Mae

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Headquarters: Washington, DC

Experienced median pay: $114,000

High job satisfaction: N/A

The government-sponsored mortgage-servicing giant is headquartered in the country’s capital, with six other regional offices around the country as well. Through the SERVE initiative, employees can take up to 10 paid hours per month to participate in volunteer opportunities. The company even holds an annual week-long event, 7 Days to SERVE, in which the entire company gets involved in charity work. In 2015, it volunteered a total of 11,000 hours.

4. Chubb

4. Chubb

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Headquarters: Zurich, Switzerland

Experienced median pay: $85,000

High job satisfaction: 79% of employees

Chubb Ltd. — the resulting company that formed when ACE Ltd. acquired Chubb Corp. in early 2016 — employs about 31,000 people worldwide and is one of the largest property and casualty insurers on the planet. Twelve percent of employees at Chubb, which was headquartered in New Jersey before the merger, say that their jobs are low stress, according to PayScale.



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Headquarters: San Antonio, Texas

Experienced median pay: $80,500

High job satisfaction: 83% of employees

The United Services Automobile Association, or USAA, is a financial-services company that offers banking, investing, and insurance to former and current military families. The companyemphasizes work-life balance for employees, and it offers on-site fitness and a wellness clinic, among other amenities, at its San Antonio headquarters.




Headquarters: New York, New York

Experienced median pay: $111,000

High job satisfaction: 74% of employees

To affirm its culture of inclusion, TIAA-CREF — recently simplified to “TIAA” — sponsors several employee-resource groups to help everyone find their place and provide networking opportunities, community outreach, and multicultural awareness. Groups exist for minorities as well as for women, young professionals, and the LGBT community.

Flexibility is a key perk at TIAA, too. More than 40% of employees at the financial- and retirement-services company have the ability to work remotely when they need to, according to PayScale.

1. American Express

1. American Express

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Headquarters: New York, New York

Experienced median pay: $98,800

High job satisfaction: 80% of employees

Credit-card and financial-services titan American Express provides employees benefits like paid family leave and health insurance, as well as an on-site gym and café at the New York City headquarters. It’s also among the most flexible businesses on our list, with half of employees reporting the ability to work from home, according to PayScale.



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