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University of Washington named ‘Great College to Work For’
The UW was specifically recognized for overall employee job satisfaction, and tenure clarity and process — making it one of 10 large universities recognized in each of those categories.
“Great Colleges to Work For 2014.” The Chronicle of Higher Education
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