If you're working on finding a full time job in Adams Morgan or elsewhere in the Washington D.C. area, a good place to start is with a list of the largest employers in Washington D.C. Jobs in Washington D.C. can be found in all sectors of the market, with its largest employers involved in everything from education to health care and food service.

The largest source of jobs in Washington D.C. continues to be the federal government, with an estimated 320,000 people working for federal agencies. This does not count government contractors, which serve as another major source of D.C. jobs. According to the Washington Post, the next largest employer in Washington D.C. is Inova Health System, which operates several hospitals and health care facilities in the area.

The third and fourth biggest sources of D.C. jobs are McDonalds and Verizon, both of which have locations throughout Downtown D.C., Adams Morgan, Capitol Hill, and other D.C. neighborhoods. After MedStar Health, which runs hospitals in Georgetown and elsewhere, the next of D.C.'s largest employers is the University of Maryland. This fact highlights that D.C.'s economy is very much supported by the thousands of students that matriculate every year at Georgetown and other D.C.-area universities.

The Washington Post reports that the American Red Cross, AARP, and Dupont Circle's National Geographic are the area's largest nonprofits. The city's largest lobbying firm, Patton Boggs, is based close to Georgetown, and the second-largest, Akin Gump, is located in Dupont Circle.

Many smaller lobbying firms have offices on Capitol Hill, close to the action at the U.S. Capitol. DC's largest law firm, Covington & Burling, is based in Downtown D.C., along with many of its peers. While finding DC jobs can be challenging, knowing which employers have the most opportunities available can be a valuable tool in your search.