Sector-specific top UK tech employers

Have you ever wondered who the top employers in the UK IT scene are? Who has the greatest offices, the most desirable perks, and the most inclusive and diverse policies? So look no further.

We’ve done the research and discovered the top UK tech employers in four important sectors: finance, cybersecurity, biotech, and IT and software.


You’ve undoubtedly heard about Revolut by now. The firm has been identified with a whole generation of clients who switched to the web app due to rapid transfers, simple savings vaults, and, of course, its excellent variety of GIFs. It has over 3,000 employees.

It became the most expensive British fintech startup last year when a new investment round increased its worth to £24 billion. However, it has not been without controversy: the corporation has witnessed many resignations in high-level risk and compliance posts in recent months as it attempts to meet growth ambitions.

Job postings on the UKTN Job Board include growth marketing manager, head of accounting and strategy, and operations manager. Medical insurance, extensive yearly leave (with the possibility to work abroad for 60 days each year), and frequent themed social events are among the perks and bonuses.


The UK’s largest biotech employer is a native. GSK plc, previously GlaxoSmithKline plc, is a multinational pharmaceutical and biotechnology corporation headquartered in London, England. The firm develops vaccinations and specialty medicines for illness prevention and treatment. It has about 17,000 employees.

GSK plc has a collaborative culture, and people are at the center of what the firm does. According to the website, “we aspire to favorably affect the health of 2.5 billion individuals over the next ten years.”

Keep a look out for employment vacancies in the biotech industry on the UKTN Job Board. GSK plc is looking for candidates for a variety of jobs, including vaccines development project leader, patient access and affordability head, and automation engine.


PwC and cybersecurity are inextricably linked. For significant clients all across the world, the firm provides a mix of proactive and preventative cybersecurity solutions. PwC has 19 offices in the UK with a total workforce of 22,300 people.

PwC was designated one of the top 25 employers in the UK by a survey last year. For its flexible working environment and detailed preparations for post-pandemic employment, the firm was named best in the professional services category.

PwC is now recruiting for a number of exciting positions. PwC’s inclusiveness initiatives struck us in addition to the normal job benefits like learning and growth. The organization has 11 inclusion networks (for example, a Hindu network, a gender balance network, and a military network). These organizations strive to foster a feeling of community while also encouraging varied talent and increasing awareness.

IT  and software

Salesforce, a CRM leader that “empowers enterprises of every size and sector to digitally transform and establish a 360° picture of their customers,” is a worldwide juggernaut in the IT and software field.

The firm has locations all around the country, and while it may not be the largest IT employer right now, that is set to change. Speaking at a Salesforce World Tour event in London, UK CEO Zahra Bahrololoumi stated that the business plans to generate over 270,000 jobs in the UK over the next four years. With so much growth on the horizon, this might be an excellent moment to join the team.

There is a strong emphasis on learning and growth here. University recruiting, a computer science curriculum in K-12 schools, and training for veterans and their spouses are among the programs offered by the corporation. It was also placed third in the Great Places to Work Report for 2021.