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Do you place a high-priority on environmental responsibility? Looking for great companies that do the same?
The 2013 list of the 100 Best Green Companies to Work For in Oregon will put in your hands the info you need. The employees at these companies were surveyed and reported back on the green practices at their workplace.
We then ranked their satisfaction with 10 sustainable practices at their workplaces such as energy conservation, water use, buying local, recycling and support for mass transit.
Including in the list you'll find direct links right to the companies' jobs or contact pages. If you want to check for job openings, you'll be right where you need to be.
You'll also find crucial, insightful information including company description, headquarters city, Oregon mailing address, Oregon senior executive, number of Oregon and worldwide employees, and so much more!
PLUS AS A BONUS, you'll receive the 2013 list of the 100 Best Nonprofits to Work for in Oregon! This list includes the same insightful focus and information you need for your next challenge or opportunity!
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