Mitre Listed On Computerworld’s ‘Top 100 Places to Work List’

Mitre Corp. announced Tuesday it was named to IDG Computerworld’s “100 Best Places to Work in IT” list.

The announcement marks the eighth consecutive year the company has appeared on the list, according to the release.

This year, the non-for-profit organization ranked 65th overall and 22nd in the medium-sized company list for information technology professionals.

Firms are rated based on benefits, diversity, career development, and training in addition to employee-completed surveys.

Computerworld featured the list in its June 2012 issue.

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