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Looking for Good Benefits
When looking for a company that offers good benefits, decide which benefits are most important to you and check out some of the determinants as well.
To obtain the best benefit package, it's a good idea to look to industries that are experiencing a hiring boom, or those that are facing a talent shortage.
To obtain the best benefit packages, it's a good idea to look to industries that are experiencing a hiring boom, like health care, or those that are facing a talent shortage, such as information technology. Keep in mind that within each industry there are exceptions to the norm--good and bad--so do some research before making a judgment.
Difficulty Filling Positions
The following factors are related mainly to work-life benefits:
Proportion of Female Executives
Proportion of Minority Executives
Women as a Percentage of the Workforce
Hourly and part-time employees as a percentage of the
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