Each of us is unique, and we communicate our wants and desires to the world and to each other in ways that are uniquely our own. But did you know that companies do the same thing -- that they also communicate what they want and desire in ways that are uniquely their own?

They do.

Textio, an artificial intelligence startup, recently surveyed 10 top tech companies and pulled examples of distinct language that they use in more than 25,000 job posts. According to Textio, in large organizations, you don't end up with thousands of people using the same language by accident. So when Amazon's managers write "maniacal" 11x more than any of their peers, or Uber managers write "whatever it takes" 30x more, that's saying something significant about their internal culture.

Here's the secret cultural language that makes each of these 10 most-successful tech companies unique -- and at the top of their game. What can you learn about these companies by the words that they use?

Amazon

  • "Wickedly"
  • "Fast-paced environment"
  • "Maniacal"

Apple

  • "Comfortably"
  • "Maintaining control"
  • "Empathetic"

Facebook

  • "Our family"
  • "Ruthlessly"
  • "Storytelling"

Google

  • "First rate"
  • "Prove that"
  • "Tackle"

Microsoft

  • "Driven person"
  • "Insatiably"
  • "Competing"

Netflix

  • "Weed out"
  • "Bull by the horns"
  • "Disciplined"

Salesforce

  • "Work hard play hard"
  • "Hungry for"
  • "Building alliances"

Slack

  • "Lasting relationships"
  • "Meaningfully"
  • "Care deeply"

Twitter

  • "Nerd"
  • "Passion for learning"
  • "Diverse perspectives"

Uber

  • "Whatever it takes"
  • "High-performance culture"
  • "All-star"