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Fortune lists 100 best companies to work for

NetApp tops the list of the 100 best companies to work for,most of which have open positions and are hiring.

Written by Reuters | New York |
January 22, 2009 5:23:11 pm

NetApp tops the list of the 100 best companies to work for,most of which have open positions and are hiring,Fortune magazine said on Thursday.

Coming in second on Fortune’s 12th annual list was Edward Jones,followed by Boston Consulting Group. The list was published online on and contained in an issue set to hit newsstands on Jan. 26.

NetApp,based in Sunnyvale,California,provides storage and data management services to business.

It employs 5,000 people and topped the list due to its “employee enthusiasm for the legendary egalitarian culture,” Fortune said.

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Of the 100 companies,73 are hiring,and the open positions are identified in Fortune’s list,the magazine said.

California had the most number of companies on the list,at 15,followed by 14 in Texas and nine in New York.

Fifteen companies made the list for the first time,including,DreamWorks Animation SKG,,T-Mobile and Accenture.

Google,which topped the list for the past two years,dropped to No. 4.

Rounding out the top 10 were Wegmans Food Markets,Cisco Systems,Genentech,Methodist Hospital System,Goldman Sachs and Nugget Market.

Fortune polled more than 81,000 randomly selected employees at 353 companies,using a 57-question survey. Two-thirds of a company’s score was based on survey results and the balance was based on studies about demographics,pay,benefits,communication and other factors,it said.

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