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The Best Companies to Work for - Vol 15

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"If at first you don't succeed, you're running about average." - M.H. Alderson

I think that being #1 is somewhat overrated. After all, if you are in the top "anything" that is pretty good.

When prepping for today's post, I was trying to think of something where I came in first during my life and the only thing I could come up with was first in line in grade school (and that was only because we stood in "size order" and I was the shortest (somewhat sad).

But seriously, the companies listed in the Best Companies to work for are all amazing places to work (no matter ranked first or number 100.

  • Deloitte - Ranked at number 70, Deloitte has approximately 46,000 employees globally and added 236 jobs last year. Their main careers page leads with experienced hires and explains some of the career paths at Deloitte. The site also shows the number of job openings (2,102 job opportunities when I checked). There is an advanced job search function at the bottom of the page. There is also a dedicated page for students.
  • MITRE - At 69 on the list, MITRE is a non-profit research arm of the Federal Government. With over 6,570 employees, MITRE added 136 jobs last year. Their main careers page has tabs at the top with information on the company, news and employment. Featured jobs are listed on the right hand side of the page (clicking any one of these links to a summary which can be clicked for more detail) The left hand side of the page has a number of links, including links for students, Job Categories and Search Jobs. Click on search jobs where you can register for the site, search jobs, submit your resume or have a recruiter help you with the process. Click on search jobs for an advanced search engine which listed 381 job opportunities when I checked.
  • Men's Wearhouse - Ranked 68 with over 16,400 employees (globally), Men's Wearhouse added 128 jobs last year. Their main career page starts with a piece on joining their team. On the right hand side are links to advantages for joining. Bottom center divides the job opportunities into two pieces: Store Positions and Other Positions with further definition of opportunities below each category. There is no overall search function, you will need to click through each of the categories that appeal to you.
  • EOG Resources - Based in Houston, Texas, EOG is an Oil and Gas producer. They have over 2,100 employees globally and added 89 jobs last year. Their career page has a company overview, with links to Job Search, College Recruiting and Benefits on the left hand side of the page. There were 58 job opportunities available when I checked. Clicking on any job will show the job description and will allow registration as well as resume upload.
  • Plante & Moran - Ranked 66 on this year’s list, Plante & Moran is the nation’s 12th largest certified public accounting and business advisory firm. With over 1,500 employees, they added 10 jobs last year. A very simple main career page with two choices – College Student or Experienced Hire. The Experience Hire links to a page with information on the company and benefits. Click job search on the left hand side where you can search jobs by category and post your resume. There were 36 job opportunities when I checked the site.

Good luck in your search.

Author: CareerAlley

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