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SAS in Cary ranked No. 2 in Fortune's '100 Best Companies'

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For the eleventh time, SAS is ranked in the top ten of Fortune magazine's list of "100 Best Companies to Work For" in the United States.

SAS, based in Cary, came in second on the list for its "challenging work, empowering leadership and great workplace environment," the company claims on its website.

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"A good portion of our ranking is determined by an employee survey," said SAS Vice President of Human Resources Jenn Mann in a written release posted on SAS' website. "Our employees feel SAS is a great place to work. Our culture and work environment make our employees feel valued. Our employees feel good about the products they create, enjoy the people they work with and take pride in the company they work for."

SAS was featured on NBC's TODAY show for its honor.

Kimley-Horn Associates, also based in North Carolina, ranked 73rd in Fortune's top 100.

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