We hand-curated a list of the best companies to work for headquartered in and around Missouri using data on salaries, company financial health, and employee diversity.
Zippia Score 4.9
Ameren Corporation is an American power company created December 31, 1997 by the merger of St. Louis, Missouri's Union Electric Company and the neighboring Central Illinois Public Service Company of Springfield, Illinois. It is now a holding company for several power companies and energy companies.
Zippia Score 4.7
Peabody Energy, headquartered in St. Louis, Missouri, is the largest private-sector coal company in the world. Its primary business consists of the mining, sale, and distribution of coal, which is purchased for use in electricity generation and steelmaking.
Zippia Score 4.5
Spire Inc. is a public utility holding company based in St. Louis, Missouri, providing natural gas service through its regulated core utility operations while engaging in non-regulated activities that provide business opportunities.
Zippia Score 4.4
ProEnergy is constantly growing to provide innovative Service and Equipment solutions to the Power Generation and Oil & Gas Industries worldwide.
Zippia Score 4.1
Foresight Energy LP engages in the development, mining, production, marketing, transportation, and sale of thermal coal primarily in the eastern United States and internationally. As of March 17, 2017, the company owned four underground mining complexes, including Williamson, Sugar Camp, Hillsboro, and Macoupin, as well as four longwall systems, and the Sitran river terminal on the Ohio River. It controls approximately 2 billion tons of coal reserves in the Illinois Basin. The company sells its coal to electric utility and industrial companies. The company was formerly known as Foresight Energy Partners LP and changed its name to Foresight Energy LP in April 2014. Foresight Energy LP was founded in 2006 and is headquartered in St. Louis, Missouri.
Zippia Score 3.8
The Empire District Electric Company is an investor-owned utility providing electric, natural gas, and water service with approximately 215,000 customers in Missouri, Kansas, Oklahoma, and Arkansas. A subsidiary of the company also provides fiber optic services.
Zippia Score 3.8
MFA Oil is an energy cooperative started in 1929 by the Missouri Farmers Association. It produces fuel and lubrication products and manages bulk petroleum and propane plants in the Central US. The company operates 76 Break Time convenience stores in Missouri and Arkansas.
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