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Where People Want to Work
They say the grass is always greener on the other side of the fence. Here are the top 10 companies that people want to work for, according to Universum.

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If you are unhappy with your current employer, you might want to check out these companies that were rated as the most attractive employers among professionals, according to Universum's US Professional Survey

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Google

Located in Mountain View, Calif., the tech giant is known for its creativity and plush benefits for employees including a state-of-the-art gym, lap pool, daycare, on-campus bikes and cafeteria along with its famous “20% Time” where you can spend a portion of your work week concentrating on a project of your liking.

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Apple

This tech juggernaut is turning out hot products as well happy employees.

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The Walt Disney Company

Disney claims to be the place “where dreams come true” and with a variety of job opportunities including imagineer and media executives it has something for everyone.  

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U.S. Department of State

Government jobs are known for job security and solid retirement plans, making many private-sector employees envious.  

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Amazon

Based in Seattle, the online retailer continues to grow and attract employees with competitive salaries and bonuses according to glassdoor.com

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FBI

Working for The Federal Bureau of Investigation brings much prestige and offers benefits plans that it claims are designed to keep employees healthy, happy and motivated.

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Microsoft

The original big tech name continues to attract employees despite competition from the likes of Google and Facebook.

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CIA

Central Intelligence Agency

Employees of the CIA are tasked with keeping America safe and are offered substantial benefits.

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NASA

Despite the shuttle program winding down, people are still fascinated by space as NASA continues to draw great interest from interested job seekers.

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Teach For America

Teach for America continues to draw young adults who want to see the world while educating our future.

Where People Want to Work

They say the grass is always greener on the other side of the fence. Here are the top 10 companies that people want to work for, according to Universum.

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