Best Places to Work in IT 2013

Which employers made the list?

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The Top 5
1.

Quicken Loans

Offers more than 200 hours of training each year

2.

USAA

Grassroots employee communities foster connections

3.

CareerBuilder

A casual dress code and half-day summer Fridays

4.

Commonwealth Financial Network

Strong support for work/life balance

5.

World Wide Technology

Subsidizes up to 90% of health insurance premiums

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Double-click anywhere on the map to zoom in and find Best Places organizations near you. The organizations are more spread out across the U.S. than they initially appear, so start zooming -- or use the search box to zoom to a city or state. Once you're zoomed in, you can click on any pin to find out more about that employer.