20 Great Employers for New Grads

Fortune teamed up with Experience Inc. to find companies that offer impressive perks to new hires just out of college - ranging from generous salaries to workplace flexibility, from enviable benefits to serious growth opportunities.

Intel
Intel
Headquarters: Santa Clara, CA
2006 Revenues: $35.4 billion
Full-time employees: 94,000
Website: http://www.intel.com/jobs/
Get quote: INTC
Type of company: Chipmaker

What makes it so great? A job at this tech giant is an education in itself: An Intel University offers more than 400 job-specific training courses (many of them mandatory) taught online and in person by fellow employees in on-site classrooms during work hours. There's even tuition reimbursement for outside studies and an eight-week sabbatical is available for every seven years of service. All employees are eligible for cash bonuses, profit sharing, a stock plan that lets them buy company stock at a 15% discount, and the opportunity to work around the world at any of its 48 locations.


Lehman

Electronic Arts

PWC

Randstad

PNNL

Rockwell

TFA

Qualcomm

Key Bank

Northrop

Intel

CapitalOne

Microsoft

Stockamp

Progressive

Sprint

Citi

Hyatt

CDW

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