And the winners are...
    Fat paychecks, sweet perks, fun colleagues, and over 150,000 jobs ready to be filled -- these employers offer dream workplaces. Meet this year's top 100, network with the winners on LinkedIn, and more. More
    1. SAS
    2. Boston Consulting Group
    3. Wegmans Food Markets
    4. Google
    5. NetApp
    2. Camden Property Trust
    3. Nugget Market
    4. REI
    5. Dreamworks

    They're hiring! These 25 Best Companies to Work For have at least 700 openings each, totaling nearly 137,000 jobs. What are they looking for? More
    25 top-paying companies senior account execs take home an average $318,323 total comp annually. Who else offers big paychecks? More

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    Video $318,323
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