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Does someone know what are best companies in US to work for. My criteria for best is
1) Very good Salary
2) Work on latest technologies
3) Not more than 9 to 6 job except during crunch time.
4) No intimidation by peers or superiors. In all a healthy and jovial work culture.

I am talikg with restect to J2EE IT industry.


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Owww - I could have told you a company until you added 3 and 4 in there. I can tell you where not to find these requirements
 
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I think you can have 1&2 or 3&4. I doubt you can have both groups. I'm only half kidding. It takes work and drive for 1&2. 3&4 generally occur in a more laid back, keep things going environment. High Salary generally means high pressure.

Sorry, this is just my experience.
 
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You best bet is to work for a large technology company (e.g. IBM, Sun, HP, Microsoft) - the variety of groups/projects/etc. gives you a fair chance of finding the right environment for you.
 
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