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2007 rank: 83
Average pay: $60,000 to $65,000
Entry-level hiring: Down 31.4%, to 748, in 2007
Diversity: 49% minority; 40% female
Signing bonuses: 10% of entry-level hires received them in 2008.
Performance bonuses: 0% of entry-level hires received them in first year.
Maximum 401(k) match: 1.5%
Mentorship program participation: 100%
Note: All data shown pertains to entry-level employees only