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Looking for a job in Oregon?
The 100 Best list for 2012 contains the most comprehensive information you need for your job search. Find out which large, medium and small companies are the best to work for in Oregon.
Employees with jobs from hundreds of companies rated their workplaces. What is it that makes for a great workplace? For every company on this year’s 100 best list, it’s a combination of solid, tangible benefits like health insurance, retirement plans and flexible schedules mixed with other less obvious elements.
Our job search guide of the 2012 100 Best Companies to Work for in Oregon gives you links directly to job boards from these great companies. Our list is thoroughly and methodically researched.
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2. A PDF of the list in an easy-to-read layout.
3. An Excel spreadsheet with the full data for you to sort, manipulate and research with all 100 winners
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