Top 100 Places to Work in IT: Did Your Firm Make the List?

Computerworld has revealed its 2010 ranking of the top 100 places to work in IT.  Several government contractors were included on the list, which factored in variables such as minority presence and training funding.

Tysons-based Booz Allen Hamilton registered at the runner-up spot, while Verizon Wireless came in eighth.

McLean’s MITRE placed 26th, while Raytheon was placed in the 48th position.

Xerox came in 91st and Red Hat 95th.  SRA rounded out the list at 100.

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