When you’re looking to start a career or make the transition to a new company, there are a lot of factors to consider. Once you’ve decided on the best location, things like salary and benefits, job satisfaction, and how well employees get along with one another come into play. For its annual list of The 100 Best Companies to Work For, Fortune partnered with Great Place to Work to conduct what it calls “the most extensive employee survey in corporate America."

And the winner is? Google—for the seventh year in a row.

In explaining its methodology, Fortune said that two-thirds of the overall company scores were taken from the Trust Index Employee Survey, which surveys a sample from each company to determine how employees feel about their peers and management. The final third came from Great Place to Work’s Culture Audit, which focuses on things like compensation, hiring practices, and diversity efforts.

The financial sector is well represented in the top 100, as are loan and insurance companies—with the exception of Google, large tech companies are notably absent. Other familiar names on the list include Wegmans Food Markets (No. 4), The Container Store (No. 14), Build-A-Bear Workshop (No. 45), and The Cheesecake Factory (No. 98). Check out the full list below.

1. Google (Alphabet)
2. ACUITY Insurance
3. The Boston Consulting Group
4. Wegmans Food Markets
5. Quicken Loans
6. Robert W Baird & Co
7. Kimley-Horn
8. SAS
9. Camden Property Trust
10. Edward Jones
11. Genentech
12. W L Gore & Associates
13. Nugget Market
14. The Container Store
15. Ultimate Software
16. Burns & McDonnell
17. David Weekley Homes
18. CHG Healthcare Services
19. NuStar Energy
20. Kimpton Hotels & Restaurants
21. Stryker
22. Hilcorp
23. Salesforce
24. ARI
25. Baptist Health South Florida
26. Recreational Equipment Inc (REI)
27. Credit Acceptance
28. Cooley
29. Southern Ohio Medical Center
30. Veterans United Home Loans
31. Workday
32. Baker Donelson
33. Plante Moran
34. Intuit
35. St Jude Children’s Research Hospital
36. USAA
37. Perkins Coie
38. World Wide Technology
39. Riot Games
40. VMware
41. Alston & Bird
42. Scripps Health
43. KPMG
44. Navy Federal Credit Union
45. Build-A-Bear Workshop
46. Texas Health Resources
47. Hyatt Hotels Corporation
48. Hyland, creator of OnBase
49. Ernst & Young
50. Aflac
51. Goldman Sachs
52. Cadence
53. PwC
54. Autodesk
55. Novo Nordisk
56. Hilton Worldwide
57. Protiviti
58. CustomInk
59. Power Home Remodeling Group
60. PCL Construction Enterprises
61. OC Tanner Company
62. Arthrex
63. IKEA Holding US
64. American Fidelity Assurance Company
65. TDIndustries
66. JM Family Enterprises
67. Publix Super Markets
68. OhioHealth
69. Encompass Home Health and Hospice
70. Four Seasons Hotels and Resorts
71. Nationwide Mutual Insurance Company
72. Regeneron
73. Roche Diagnostics
74. TEKsystems
75. Whole Foods Market
76. QuikTrip
77. Activision Blizzard
78. Children’s Healthcare of Atlanta
79. Atlantic Health System
80. Allianz Life Insurance Company of North America
81. Arnold & Porter
82. Cisco Systems
83. Marriott International
84. Accenture
85. CarMax
86. Mayo Clinic
87. Adobe
88. Capital One Financial
89. FactSet Research Systems
90. Deloitte
91. Orrick Herrington & Sutcliffe
92. Nordstrom
93. WellStar Health System
94. First American
95. GoDaddy
96. American Express
97. Sheetz
98. The Cheesecake Factory Incorporated
99. Mars
100. Slalom

[h/t Fortune]