10 best companies in Atlanta to interview with


Is the interview your least favorite part of the job hunt? If so, you may find some relief by scoring a meeting with one of these 10 companies deemed the best places to interview, according to a recent study from career advice site, Glassdoor.

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The career site recognized the 50 employers with the highest interview scores by surveying job candidates who provided information in three major areas: positive interview ratings, duration and difficulty.

From retail to law, many of the companies that made the cut have facilities right here in metro Atlanta. Check out the top 10:

Sherwin Williams

Multiple Atlanta locations. sherwin-williams.com.

Industry: Building materials

Interview score: 88 percent

Grant Thornton

1100 Peachtree St. NE, Atlanta. 404-330-2000. grantthornton.com.

Industry: Professional services

Interview score: 87 percent

BNY Mellon

3290 Northside Parkway NW, Atlanta. 678-916-9376. bnymellon.com.

Industry: Finance

Interview score: 85 percent

J. Crew

Multiple Atlanta locations. jcrew.com.

Industry: Retail

Interview score: 85 percent

H&R Block 

Atlanta, Brookhaven, Vinings locations. hrblock.com.

Industry: Finance

Interview score: 84 percent

Southwest Airlines

Atlanta airport. southwest.com.

Industry: Airline

Interview score: 84 percent

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EY

55 Ivan Allen Jr Boulevard NW, Atlanta. 404-874-8300. ey.com.

Industry: Finance

Interview score: 84 percent

PwC

1075 Peachtree St. NE, Atlanta. 678-419-1000. pwc.com.

Industry: Finance

Interview score: 83 percent

Publix

Atlanta, Decatur, Marietta, Vinings locations. publix.com.

Industry: Retail

Interview score: 83 percent

Six Flags

275 Riverside Parkway SW, Austell. 770-739-3400. sixflags.com/overgeorgia

Industry: Theme park

Interview score: 83 percent

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