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Tech Company Bests and Worsts



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    You pretty much have to be living under a rock if you've never heard of companies like Google, Apple or Dell. Those big names have some prestige but are not necessarily the best of the best when it comes to working, according to a recent list. weighed the country's best and worst companies to work for in 2009 and some of the rankings may come as a bit of a surprise.

    The Bests:

    1. Juniper Networks
    2. National Instruments
    3. Google
    4. NetApp
    5. Apple
    7. Novell
    8. Adobe
    9. EMC
    10. Rackspace

    The Worsts:

    1. Xilinx
    2. Affiliated Computet Services
    3. Hewlett-Packard
    4. Avaya
    5. Real
    6. NVIDIA
    7. Infosys
    8. Nortel Networks
    9. Perot Systems
    10. Dell

    The full survey comes out Thursday.