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The Happiest Companies In Tech

10. Advanced Micro Devices

AMD is a major semiconductor company based in Sunnyvale, Calif. It makes processors, motherboards, and all order of computer components, some of which might be in your personal computer right now.
Happiness (out of 5): 3.93
Average salary: $84,000
Source: CareerBliss

9. HCL Technologies

HCL Technologies is an IT company in India. It handles “outsourcing services, business process outsourcing, and infrastructure services.”
Happiness (out of 5): 3.95
Average salary: $65,000
Source: CareerBliss

8. Yahoo!

Stephen Lam, Reuters
A longtime mainstay of the modern tech environment. It’s most known for its web portal and recently made some news when CEO Marissa Mayer came out against letting employees work from home.
Happiness (out of 5): 3.98
Average salary: $87,000
Source: CareerBliss

7. Unisys

Unisys does a little bit of everything, offering up all kinds of information technology services from its home base in Blue Bell, Pa.
Happiness (out of 5): 4.0
Average salary: $70,000
Source: CareerBliss

6. Intel

The giant of the computer hardware world. Intel’s chips power all kinds of devices, and with the company being the most valuable and most popular semiconductor company, should it really be a surprise?
Happiness (out of 5): 4.04
Average salary: $75,000
Source: CareerBliss

5. EMC Corp.

EMC specializes in data storage and virtualization. It serves huge Fortune 500 companies as well as smaller operations.
Happiness (out of 5): 4.07
Average salary: $87,000
Source: CareerBliss

4. Google

Reuters/Mark Blinch
Of course the search giant would be a happy place to work. Free food, scooters to ride, and some campuses even have playground slides.
Happiness (out of 5): 4.10
Average salary: $72,000
Source: CareerBliss

3. Avaya

Avaya is a “global provider of business communications and collaboration systems,” providing networking products and contact centers.
Happiness (out of 5): 4.12
Average salary: $87,000
Source: CareerBliss

2. Texas Instruments

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If you took a math class sometime after 1991, you almost certainly used a calculator by Texas Instruments.
Happiness (out of 5): 4.14
Average salary: $74,000
Source: CareerBliss

1. Intuit

Owen Thomas, Business Insider
You’d think a company that specializes in tax preparation software might be a dismal place to work. Turns out it’s just the opposite, coming in at the happiest company to work for in technology.
Happiness (out of 5): 4.27
Average salary: $77,000
Source: CareerBliss


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