If you're a Millennial -- generally considered to be between the ages of 22 to 37 right now -- then you are a part of the largest generation in the U.S. labor force. There are currently approximately 56 million Millennials either working or looking for work in the United States, which is more than the 53 million Gen Xers and 41 million Baby Boomers in the U.S. labor force.

Millennials currently work in every kind of business in every industry, and in nonprofits and government. Job site Indeed.com recently analyzed data from 72 million company reviews and ratings to determine which companies Millennials rank the highest. According to Indeed, Millennials are looking for organizations that provide opportunities for growth, make an impact, support flexibility, prioritize health and family, and offer tuition reimbursement.

Here, according to Indeed's research, are the 25 top-rated workplaces for Millennials:

1. Northrop Grumman

2. Discover Financial Services

3. Kaiser Permanente

4. Delta

5. Southwest Airlines

6. Apple

7. Pfizer

8. Capital One

9. EY

10. The Dow Chemical Company

11. Microsoft

12. Mayo Clinic

13. Northwestern Mutual

14. Deloitte

15. Progressive

16. Upwork

17. NBCUniversal

18. Intuit

19. Amgen

20. Cisco

21. American Express

22. Intel

23. Raytheon

24. ADP

25. General Motors