Fortune Magazine, in collaboration with Great Places to Work, an organization that evaluates company work cultures around the world, just announced their annual Top 100 Workplaces for Millennials and both supermarket chains Wegmans and Publix have made the top 50.

Wegmans once again made the top 20 by nabbing the number 16 spot for 2019 (down last year from 12) while Publix made a huge jumpin the rankings  by climbing from 62 to 34.

To determine the workplace preferences of the Millennials, Great Place to Work analyzed feedback representing more than 4.5 million U.S. employees. So why does the annual list target Millennials in particular?


“Millennials today face a unique set of challenges both in and out of the workplace ranging from cumbersome student loans to a lack of trust in their management,” said Michael Bush, CEO of Great Place to Work. “The Best Workplaces on this list have created a greater sense of fairness, collaboration, and professional development for millennials. These positive experiences empower them to bring their full potential to the workplace and the world.”

This is the fourth consecutive year for both retailers to make the list.