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Habitat for Humanity Portland/Metro East has made the 2010 list of 100 Best Nonprofits to Work For in Oregon and will appear in the October issue of Oregon Business magazine!

Nonprofits are an important sector in Oregon that employs more than 150,000 employees. To recognize that nonprofits are also key businesses critical to the economic health of the state, Oregon Business magazine launched last year its annual 100 Best Nonprofits to Work For in Oregon project.

Making the list is a remarkable feat considering that many nonprofits from around the state participated and almost 5,000 nonprofit employees completed the survey. The rankings were based on the confidential input of employees who answered 60 questions about workplace satisfaction such as benefits, management, trust, work environment and career development. The survey was voluntary and free of charge, and independently calculated by research partners Davis, Hibbitts and Midghall.

The much-anticipated rankings will be revealed in the October issue of Oregon Business magazine, along with a countdown of the Top Ten nonprofits.

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