What's the best place to work if you're a veteran?
Job website Monster and military.com teamed up to find the answer and released their findings Monday.
After consulting with veteran employment experts, 10 employers were selected for their success in veteran hiring and retention, according to a press release.
"There is no debate about the value those who have served bring to our economy and civilian workforce," Scott Gutz, the chief executive officer of Monster, said in a press release. "All of the companies highlighted on this year's list recognize and celebrate that value. From recruitment to onboarding to retention, there are important steps that can be taken throughout the career journey to attract veteran employers."
The elmployer selected for the list include a variety of professional fields, including information technology, security, consulting and law enforcement.
According to Monster, the list "is based on nominations by veteran hiring experts and self-reported data from the nominees on hiring and onboarding practices" and focuses on the "percentage of 2019 hires that were veterans and total percentage of the workforce composed of veterans."
In addition, three of the companies — DynCorp International, Intelligent Waves and AbleVets, LLC — are veteran-owned businesses.
The full list is below.