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Red Hat Named One of the 25 Best Tech Companies to Work for in 2013

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We’re excited to share that Red Hat has just been named by Business Insider as one of “The 25 Best Tech Companies to Work for in 2013.” The list was compiled using information gathered from, a free jobs and career community where employees and job seekers can provide anonymous information about different companies.

Red Hat ranked 18th on the “Best Tech Companies to Work for in 2013” list, with a company rating of 3.9 (out of 5.0). Jim Whitehurst, Red Hat’s president and CEO, received an approval rating of 97 percent. Red Hat was applauded for employee growth opportunities and management’s support of our open culture, which creates an inclusive and collaborative environment.

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