The first real draw to these companies is the pay. The average pay for say SAS is $60,000.00 a year. The pay does fluctuate in the different specialized fields. In researching other companies showed the same averages within the companies listed in the top one hundred companies online (Glassdoor). Most of the high paying jobs are for employees with degrees. Even so the salary rates can be very tempting for many. With many new graduates owing loans for school right at graduation these salaries can allow for a new graduate breath a little. The cost of living rising every year can cause unhealthy stress for anyone. To see that there are jobs that pay well right at first hire is remarkable. These companies also offer a wide selection of career areas to apply to. They need people fro...
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