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Computerworld's 100 Best Places to Work in IT [2017] - Welcome to the Club

Welcome newcomers! Meet the 19 organizations new to the Best Places ranks

Kudos to the 19 organizations -- large, small and in between -- making their debuts on Computerworld's annual list of the Best Places to Work in IT.

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View, search and sort the 100 Best Places to Work in IT

Search the 2017 Best Places to Work in IT list by company name, sort by size or location, or filter by criteria important to you.

Computerworld's 100 Best Places to Work in IT [2017]
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The 100 Best Places to Work in IT 2017

Tech pros, where do you want to work? Read Computerworld's new Best Places to Work in IT special report to find out which organizations are tops for salary, bonuses, challenging projects, training and time off in 2017.

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How we chose the Best Places to Work in IT 2017

The methodology behind Computerworld's selection of the 100 Best Places to Work in IT for 2017.

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Best Places to Work in IT: Search the archives 1994-2017

See which U.S. organizations have made it onto Computerworld's Best Places to Work in IT list over the last 24 years.

Ultimate Software

The No. 1 midsize place to work in IT: Ultimate Software

This company’s “people-first” culture offers IT employees challenging assignments and family-friendly policies.

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The No. 1 small place to work in IT: Axxess

Challenging work, supportive colleagues and a culture that prioritizes collaboration keep IT professionals engaged at this fast-growing startup.

Quicken Loans

The No. 1 large place to work in IT: Quicken Loans

A strong corporate culture gives tech pros at every level of the organization the courage to take risks, innovate and grow their skill sets.

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IT careers: Should you leave?

Ask yourself a couple of key questions before quitting the job you have.

Not the kind of job security we were looking for

Linux admin pilot fish at a manufacturer discovers he has been "volunteered" to deal with an open-way-too-long trouble ticket for a Linux workstation. But wait -- wasn't this supposed to be outsourced?

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3 steps to better IT career management

While every career involves a bit of luck and serendipity, they can and should be managed.

'It's easier than Linux, so what's the problem?'

Sysadmin pilot fish is working for a big defense contractor, and when it comes to Unix and Linux, he's got decades of experience. Then, without warning, he gets a very, um, SPECIAL assignment.

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Is a coding boot camp right for you?

Coding boot camps are popping up everywhere as demand for programmers grows. But with high tuition costs and a lack of proven oversight, are they worth it? 

Why we love HR (special job-offer edition)

It's job-hunting time for this IT pilot fish, and his first two interviews both look like they'll turn into job offers. But when one company calls back, it's not quite what fish is expecting.

H1-B Visa Abuse

U.S. law allows low H-1B wages; just look at Apple

Apple's a great example of how the H-1B system can work, and where the visa goes wrong.

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LinkedIn tip: How to turn off activity broadcasts

If you're looking for your next IT job, disable this LinkedIn setting to prevent tipping off your manager.

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This Mother’s Day, a look at women in IT

We revisit some of the women making names for themselves in tech, and take a deeper look at the overall state of gender diversity in the field.

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‘So, what do you do?’

Your happiness can be affected by how closely you identify with what you do for a living.

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Leadership for the IT revolution

Which type of leader will come to the fore in this dynamic time?

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IT worker who trained H-1B-holding replacement aims for Congress

Craig Diangelo, a one-time IT worker at Northeast Utilities in Connecticut who had to train his H-1B-visa-holding replacement, is running for Congress.

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