This Atlanta company is one of the best places to interview

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Interviewing for a new gig can be one of the most stressful parts of the job hunt. Luckily, there’s one Atlanta company that may offer some relief, because it has been deemed one of the best places to interview in America.

Delta Air Lines topped Glassdoor's annual list, coming in at No. 22 out of 100.

The employment resource site determined its results by analyzing feedback over the last year from job candidates who recently interviewed at companies with 1,000 employees or more and those that had at least 50 reviews.

Glassdoor then gave each company a score based on the assessments, which included information about the interview process, questions that were asked, interview duration and interview difficulty.

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Delta made the cut thanks to its high interview experience percentage. About 77 percent of its reviews were positive, and its interview difficulty was 3 out of 5. It was also noted that the interview process was about 46 days.

This isn’t the first time the corporation has been recognized by Glassdoor. It was voted one of the best places to work in 2016 and 2017, ranking No. 21 both years.

There were also a few other notable ATL-based companies on the list.

Chick-Fil-A was No. 37, overall. About 73 percent of its reviews were positive, and it had a interview difficulty of 2.2 out of 5.

SunTrust Bank landed at No. 87. About 68 percent of its reviews were positive, and it had a interview difficulty of 2.6 out of 5.

Want to see how other businesses ranked? Take a look at the full report here.

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