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The 2010 Fortune 100 best companies to work list is here, and most are hiring.  How prevalent is social media becoming with these 100 companies? Nearly 40% contain links to groups, pages, and channels to connect on.  Check out KPMG’s branded YouTube channel as an example.

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Here are some additional stats related to this years top 100 companies to work for:

  • 11 are new to the list and 41 dropped from their # spot last year
  • Approximately 1/2 added new jobs in 2009, the others remained flat or decreased their employee counts
  • 10% still don’t link to jobs or a career site from their home page
  • Nearly 40% have dedicated pages or content related to diversity commitment
  • Only 10% have updated their career site with the 2010 award
  • 20% have “pre web 1.0″ career sites, but hey, they have a lot to be proud of

These 100 companies have a combined 96,000+ jobs open right now.  Job seekers can search jobs below, and Recruiters can benchmark their sites and competitors use of social media in recruiting – all of the links go right to the companies’ career site.

Congratulations to SAS for the #1 spot, and all of these fine organizations for making the top 100 employers by Fortune.

  1. SAS
  2. Edward Jones
  3. Wegmans Food Markets
  4. Google
  5. Nugget Market
  6. Dreamworks Animation
  7. NetApp
  8. Boston Consulting Group
  9. Qualcomm
  10. Camden Property Trust
  11. Robert W. Baird & Co.
  12. Bingham McCutchen
  13. W. L. Gore & Associates
  14. Recreational Equipment
  15. Zappos.com
  16. Cisco
  17. Methodist Hospital System
  18. Whole Foods Market
  19. Genetech
  20. Devon Energy
  21. Nustar Energy
  22. Johnson Financial Group
  23. Umpqua Bank
  24. Goldman Sachs Group
  25. Novo Nordisk
  26. CHG Healthcare Services
  27. Scottrade
  28. JM Family Enterprises
  29. Quicken Loans
  30. Alston & Bird
  31. PCL Construction Enterprises
  32. Baptist Health
  33. Shared Technologies
  34. Chesapeake Energy
  35. American Fidelity Assurance Co.
  36. Container Store
  37. AFLAC
  38. Scooter Store
  39. TD Industries
  40. Scripps Health
  41. QuikTrip
  42. Adobe Systems
  43. Salesforce.com
  44. Ernst & Young
  45. USAA
  46. Ohio Health
  47. J.M. Smucker
  48. FactSet Research Systems
  49. Mercedes-Benz USA
  50. King’s Daughters Medical Systems
  51. Microsoft
  52. Booz Allen Hamilton
  53. Nordstom
  54. Paychex
  55. Mayo Clinic
  56. Carmax
  57. DPR Construction
  58. Four Seasons Hotels
  59. Monsanto
  60. Indiana Regional Medical Center
  61. Brocade Communications Systems
  62. Kimley-Horn
  63. Southern Ohio Medical Center
  64. Stew Leonard’s
  65. Arnold & Porter
  66. Plante & Moran
  67. EOG Resources
  68. Men’s Warehouse
  69. Mitre
  70. Deloitte
  71. PricewaterhouseCoopers
  72. McCormick & Co.
  73. American Express
  74. Children’s Healthcare of Atlanta
  75. Perkins Coie
  76. Balfoure Beatty Constuction
  77. Baker Donelson
  78. Mattel
  79. Meridian Health
  80. Build-A-Bear Workshop
  81. Atlantic Health
  82. Marriott International
  83. SC Johnson
  84. Accenture
  85. Arkansas Children’s Hospital
  86. Publix Super Markets
  87. National Instruments
  88. KPMG
  89. Bright Horizons
  90. General Mills
  91. FedEx
  92. Gilbane
  93. Starbucks Coffee
  94. Intuit
  95. Orrick, Herrington & Sutcliffe
  96. Lifebridge Health
  97. Herman Miller
  98. Intel
  99. Winchester Hospital
  100. Colgate-Palmolive

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  • Posted on: Sunday, January 31st, 2010