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Best Places to Work in IT: Search a repository 1994-2017

Every year given 1994, Computerworld has published a list of a 100 Best Places to Work in IT. Want to see if a intensity employer has ever been on a list, or that organizations have warranted a mark on a list in mixed years? Use a hunt box to find a specific classification name, or crop a listings below.

This list shows a tip 5 large, midsize and tiny organizations from this year’s Best Places list. To see a rest of a 2017 list as good as all a prior lists going behind to 1994, click a show/hide couple during a bottom of a table. Once you’ve stretched a table, we can click a mainstay header to arrange a list by that column.

Best Places to Work in IT 1994-2017

A few records about a repository list
  • This list shows a organizations’ names as they seemed during a time; we have not edited them to simulate successive mergers, acquisitions or association name changes.
  • 2014 is a initial year we ranked companies alone by distance organisation in categories small, midsize and large.
  • In 1998, a list used a opposite ranking complement from all a other years, so that year’s rankings have been omitted.
  • The 1994 Best Places list did not arrange a employers during all, and usually 94 organizations were included.
  • Please note that not all organizations select to attend in a Best Places module each year.

How do organizations make it onto a Best Places list? See “How we chose a Best Places to Work in IT.”

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