Fortune magazine has listed its 100 best companies to work for in 2014, and 12 Lone Star state firms made the cut—including four of the top 20.
Three Houston-based firms led the way:
- Mega-landlord Camden Property Trust placed No. 11
- Homebuilder David Weekley Homes came in at No. 13
- Oil and gas exploration firm Hilcorp ranked No. 15.
San Antonio-based insurance and financial services co-op USAA came in 17th place.
Other Texas firms rated a best company to work for: San Antonio pipeline company NuStar Energy (26), San Antonio cloud technology company Rackspace Hosting (29), Austin’s Whole Foods Markets (44) and Houston Methodist hospital system (46).
Rounding out the Texas contingent: Digital measurements toolmaker National Instruments (66), facilitiesfirm TD Industries (82) and oil company EOG Resources (97).
Each year Fortune partners with the Great Place to Work Institute to identify the best places to work. This year the Institute surveyed 257 companies and more than 252,000 employees.
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