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GW not included on ‘Best Colleges to Work For’ list

For the third year in a row, GW was left off of a recent compilation by The Chronicle of Higher Education that ranked the best colleges in the country to work for.

“Great Colleges to Work For” is an annual report by the weekly news magazine that surveys randomly selected full-time faculty members and administrators from every college in the U.S. about their experience at each institution.

This year, the publication sent out 100,000 surveys. After sorting through responses from 275 schools, the publication decided which two or four-year colleges offered the best in areas like compensation, diversity and overall job satisfaction. GW was not included on the list of the top 97 schools.

Louis Lemieux, the chief human resources officer at GW, said that while the University had not been considered yet, he looked forward to seeing GW profiled in the future.

“While we were not recognized by the Chronicle this year, the [U]niversity continues to work hard to enhance services and engage our university leaders, faculty and staff so that our commitments to our employees and accomplishments will be recognized in the future,” he said.

Georgetown, George Mason and Howard were some of the District area schools featured on the list.

In June, the GW Division of Information Technology was one of only six colleges named to Computerworld magazine’s annual  list of the best places to work in information technology.

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