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23. Goldman Sachs

Goldman Sachs
Rank: 23 (Previous rank: 24)
What makes it so great?
Lashed by critics, the Wall Street icon has fierce loyalty among its well-paid employees, who this year moved into a new $2.1 billion steel-and-glass tower with a reading room, sky lobby, and 54,000-square-foot gym.
200 West Street
New York, NY 10282
2009 revenue ($ millions): 45,173
Website: www.gs.com
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U.S. employees 13,154
Employees outside U.S. 11,912
New jobs (1 year) 909
% job growth (1 year) 7%
% voluntary turnover N.A.
Applicants 132,183
Job openings (as of 1/7/11) N.A.
Pay Avg. annual pay*
Most common job (salaried):
Other Exempt (Analysts, Program Analysts, Associates and Professional Non-Exempt)
Most common job (hourly):
Paid sabbaticals No
Onsite child care Yes
100% health-care coverage No
Onsite fitness center Yes
Subsidized gym membership Yes
Job sharing program Yes
Compressed workweek Yes
Telecommuting Yes
% minorities 36%
% women 36%
Has nondiscrimination policy
that includes sexual orientation?
Offers domestic partner benefits
for same-sex couples?
Professional training  
Salaried employees (hrs./yr.): 21
Hourly employees (hrs./yr.): N.A.
From the Feb. 7, 2011 issue
N.A.: Not available. U.S. employees includes part-timers as of time of survey. Job growth, new jobs, and voluntary turnover are full-time only. Revenues are for 2009 or latest fiscal year. All data based on U.S. employees, except job openings, which are worldwide.
* Average annual pay: yearly pay rate plus additional cash compensation for the largest classification of full-time salaried and hourly employees.
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