More than 30,000 employees work at El Segundo's 15 largest firms, comprising more than 40 percent of the city's daily workforce.

The list includes seven Fortune 500 companies and a diverse array of industries.





City of El Segundo Top 15 Employers:

  Name Employees  
1 Raytheon Company 7,302 Aerospace & Defense
2 Northrop Grumman Corp. 5,665 Aerospace & Defense
3 Boeing Inc. 4,735 Aerospace & Defense
4 Aerospace Corporation 2,383 Aerospace & Defense
5 DirecTV Operations Inc. 1,681 Communications/Entertainment
6 Mattel, Inc. 1,615 Toys/Creative Arts
7 Chevron 1,199 Refinery
8 Accenture 630 Management Consulting
9 International Rectifier Corp. 475 Electronics Manufacturing
10 Rhythm & Hues 473 Entertainment
11 Xerox Corporation 455 Document Management
12 Time Warner Cable 399 Communications/Entertainment
13 Kinecta Federal Credit Union 360 Financial
14 CarsDirect.com 358 Internet Commerce
15 Big 5 343 Retail


"We initially established SAS' headquarters here due to El Segundo's position as the leading aerospace center in the region and for its ideal location. It has become much more than a convenient place to set up shop. In addition to being there for us at every turn, we appreciate what the City has done to attract and stockpile top talent from across the country. El Segundo is a mecca for the best and brightest."

-- Patrick C.G. Coulter
Vice President
Communications and Public Affairs
Raytheon Space and Airborne Systems



More people work at El Segundo's three largest employers (Raytheon, Boeing and Northrop Grumman) than live in the community.

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