|Rank||Company Name||Job Growth||No. of Employees|
|3||CHG Healthcare Services||4.7%||1,378|
|4||The Boston Consulting Group, Inc.||18.6%||2,314|
|5||Wegmans Food Markets, Inc.||8.3%||43,927|
|7||Hilcorp Energy Company||47.7%||1,012|
|10||Camden Property Trust||13%||1,896|
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