The good news just keeps growing for WestJet. The company that just posted record-high earnings has also been named Canada's best employer, for the second year in a row.

Human resources services company Randstad placed WestJet atop its list of most attractive Canadian employers for 2013, based on a survey of employees at the country's 150 largest companies.

Other companies returning to the list include Brewers Retail Inc. (the Ontario beer store), Transat A.T. and IBM Canada.

The Randstad survey is by no means the only one out there measuring the best companies to work for. A survey from Great Places to Work, released last month, named Google the best employer in Canada. (It also named AOL Canada, parent company of The Huffington Post Canada, fourth-best.)

Randstad carries out its survey in 15 countries, asking 7,000 respondents in each country, at 1,700 organizations worldwide, to rate their employer.

Here are the most attractive employers in Canada, according to Randstad.

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  • 10. Brewers Retail

    Source: <a href="http://www.randstadaward.ca/En/randstad-award-winners-2013.aspx" target="_blank">Randstad Canada</a>

  • 9. Suncor Energy Inc.

    Source: <a href="http://www.randstadaward.ca/En/randstad-award-winners-2013.aspx" target="_blank">Randstad Canada</a>

  • 8. Fairmont Hotels & Resorts

    Source: <a href="http://www.randstadaward.ca/En/randstad-award-winners-2013.aspx" target="_blank">Randstad Canada</a>

  • 7. Thomson Reuters

    Source: <a href="http://www.randstadaward.ca/En/randstad-award-winners-2013.aspx" target="_blank">Randstad Canada</a>

  • 6. Indigo Books & Music Inc.

    Source: <a href="http://www.randstadaward.ca/En/randstad-award-winners-2013.aspx" target="_blank">Randstad Canada</a>

  • 5. Pratt & Whitney

    A Pratt and Whitney PurePower PW1100G-JM engine is displayed at the Singapore Airshow in Singapore on February 15, 2012. (ROSLAN RAHMAN/AFP/Getty Images)<br> <br> Source: <a href="http://www.randstadaward.ca/En/randstad-award-winners-2013.aspx" target="_blank">Randstad Canada</a>

  • 4. Bombardier Inc.

    Source: <a href="http://www.randstadaward.ca/En/randstad-award-winners-2013.aspx" target="_blank">Randstad Canada</a>

  • 3. IBM Canada

    A Jan. 13, 2011 file photo provided by IBM shows the IBM computer system known as Watson at IBM's T.J. Watson research center in Yorktown Heights, N.Y. (AP Photo/IBM)<br> <br> Source: <a href="http://www.randstadaward.ca/En/randstad-award-winners-2013.aspx" target="_blank">Randstad Canada</a>

  • 2. Transat A.T.

    Air Transat showing off their first newly appointed cabin interior for their Airbus A330. (The Canadian Press Images-Mario Beauregard) Source: <a href="http://www.randstadaward.ca/En/randstad-award-winners-2013.aspx" target="_blank">Randstad Canada</a>

  • 1. WestJet

    Photo: miguelb via Flickr Source: <a href="http://www.randstadaward.ca/En/randstad-award-winners-2013.aspx" target="_blank">Randstad Canada</a>

  • Next: Canada's Best Jobs 2013

  • 12: Natural & applied science researcher

    Growth in # of employees (2006-2012): 73% Change in salary (2006-2012): 25% Projected job openings for every person looking in 2020: 0.8 Median annual salary (2012): $73,590

  • 11: Audiologist & speech language pathologist

    Growth in # of employees (2006-2012): 29% Change in salary (2006-2012): 21% Projected job openings for every person looking in 2020: 0.93 Median annual salary (2012): $77,813

  • 10: Aerospace engineer

    Growth in # of employees (2006-2012): 49% Change in salary (2006-2012): 11% Projected job openings for every person looking in 2020: 1.02 Median annual salary (2012): $75,005

  • 9: Chemical engineer

    Growth in # of employees (2006-2012): 46% Change in salary (2006-2012): 49% Projected job openings for every person looking in 2020: 0.82 Median annual salary (2012): $78,000

  • 8: Senior government manager

    Growth in # of employees (2006-2012): 4% Change in salary (2006-2012): 23% Projected job openings for every person looking in 2020: 1.15 Median annual salary (2012): $95,992

  • 7: Real estate and financial manager

    Growth in # of employees (2006-2012): 47% Change in salary (2006-2012): 15% Projected job openings for every person looking in 2020: 1.07 Median annual salary (2012): $79,872

  • 6: Lawyer

    Growth in # of employees (2006-2012): 33% Change in salary (2006-2012): 14% Projected job openings for every person looking in 2020: 1.19 Median annual salary (2012): $79,997

  • 5: School principal & administrator

    Growth in # of employees (2006-2012): 9% Change in salary (2006-2012): 25% Projected job openings for every person looking in 2020: 1.23 Median annual salary (2012): $90,002

  • 4: Electrical & telecommunications contractor

    Growth in # of employees (2006-2012): 87% Change in salary (2006-2012): 28% Projected job openings for every person looking in 2020: 1.09 Median annual salary (2012): $72,800

  • 3: Petroleum engineer

    Growth in # of employees (2006-2012): 75% Change in salary (2006-2012): 17% Projected job openings for every person looking in 2020: 1.02 Median annual salary (2012): $93,517

  • 2: Head nurse and health care manager

    Growth in # of employees (2006-2012): 58% Change in salary (2006-2012): 24% Projected job openings for every person looking in 2020: 1.23 Median annual salary (2012): $74,880

  • 1: Oil & gas drilling supervisor

    Growth in # of employees (2006-2012): 44% Change in salary (2006-2012): 39% Projected job openings for every person looking in 2020: 2.3 Median annual salary (2012): $74,880

  • EARLIER ON HUFFPOST: The best industries in Canada to find a job

  • WORST: Administrative & support - 6

    Number of job seekers for every available job. Source: StatsCan

  • Manufacturing - 4.3

    Number of job seekers for every available job. Source: StatsCan

  • Education - 4.3

    Number of job seekers for every available job. Source: StatsCan

  • Construction - 3.9

    Number of job seekers for every available job. Source: StatsCan

  • Retail trade - 3.4

    Number of job seekers for every available job. Source: StatsCan

  • Professional, scientific & technical - 3.2

    Number of job seekers for every available job. Source: StatsCan

  • Accommodation and food services - 3

    Number of job seekers for every available job. Source: StatsCan

  • Wholesale trade - 2

    Number of job seekers for every available job. Source: StatsCan

  • BEST: Health care, social assistance - 1.4

    Number of job seekers for every available job. Source: StatsCan

  • EARLIER ON HUFFPOST: The best provinces in Canada to find a job

  • WORST: Newfoundland & Labrador - 12.4

    Number of job-seekers for every job available, in the three months ending in August, 2012. Source: <a href="http://www.statcan.gc.ca/daily-quotidien/121120/dq121120c-eng.htm">StatsCan</a>

  • 12: Nova Scotia - 10.8

    Number of job-seekers for every job available, in the three months ending in August, 2012. Source: <a href="http://www.statcan.gc.ca/daily-quotidien/121120/dq121120c-eng.htm">StatsCan</a>

  • 11: Nunvaut - 9.7

    Number of job-seekers for every job available, in the three months ending in August, 2012. Source: <a href="http://www.statcan.gc.ca/daily-quotidien/121120/dq121120c-eng.htm">StatsCan</a>

  • 10: New Brunswick - 8.3

    Number of job-seekers for every job available, in the three months ending in August, 2012. Source: <a href="http://www.statcan.gc.ca/daily-quotidien/121120/dq121120c-eng.htm">StatsCan</a>

  • 9: Prince Edward Island - 7.4

    Number of job-seekers for every job available, in the three months ending in August, 2012. Source: <a href="http://www.statcan.gc.ca/daily-quotidien/121120/dq121120c-eng.htm">StatsCan</a>

  • 8: Quebec - 6.9

    Number of job-seekers for every job available, in the three months ending in August, 2012. Source: <a href="http://www.statcan.gc.ca/daily-quotidien/121120/dq121120c-eng.htm">StatsCan</a>

  • 7: Ontario - 6.8

    Number of job-seekers for every job available, in the three months ending in August, 2012. Source: <a href="http://www.statcan.gc.ca/daily-quotidien/121120/dq121120c-eng.htm">StatsCan</a> Pictured: The Ottawa Congress Centre.

  • 6: British Columbia - 5.3

    Number of job-seekers for every job available, in the three months ending in August, 2012. Source: <a href="http://www.statcan.gc.ca/daily-quotidien/121120/dq121120c-eng.htm">StatsCan</a>

  • 5: Manitoba - 3.5

    Number of job-seekers for every job available, in the three months ending in August, 2012. Source: <a href="http://www.statcan.gc.ca/daily-quotidien/121120/dq121120c-eng.htm">StatsCan</a> Pictured: The Royal Canadian Mint in Winnipeg.

  • 4: Yukon - 3.3

    Number of job-seekers for every job available, in the three months ending in August, 2012. Source: <a href="http://www.statcan.gc.ca/daily-quotidien/121120/dq121120c-eng.htm">StatsCan</a>

  • 3: Northwest Territories - 2.9

    Number of job-seekers for every job available, in the three months ending in August, 2012. Source: <a href="http://www.statcan.gc.ca/daily-quotidien/121120/dq121120c-eng.htm">StatsCan</a> Pictured: Yellowknife

  • 2: Saskatchewan - 2.1

    Number of job-seekers for every job available, in the three months ending in August, 2012. Source: <a href="http://www.statcan.gc.ca/daily-quotidien/121120/dq121120c-eng.htm">StatsCan</a>

  • 1: Alberta - 1.7

    Number of job-seekers for every job available, in the three months ending in August, 2012. Source: <a href="http://www.statcan.gc.ca/daily-quotidien/121120/dq121120c-eng.htm">StatsCan</a>