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.

Sprint Nextel
Sprint Nextel
Headquarters: Reston, VA/Overland Park, KS
2006 Revenues: $41 billion
Full-time employees: 59,000
Website: www.sprint.com
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Type of company: Telecom

What makes it so great? At this telecom, a development program teaches new-grad hires the skills they need and helps them plan for their future career. In addition to full medical benefits, the company also offers a wellness program and performance-based cash incentives. New hires receive 15 days of paid time off in the first year in addition to seven company holidays. And of course there's the obvious perk: free phone plans for employees and discounted plans for family and friends that start at $15 a month.


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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