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Xcel makes the top 50 best employers in America

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Amarillo, TX - An area business is rated as one of the "Top 50 Best Employers in America" by Business Insider.

Xcel Energy came in at number 30.

Companies were rated on a six performance criteria:

High job satisfaction, low job stress, high work- schedule flexibility, high job meaning, experienced median pay and salary delta.  
   
Celgene Corp. came it at number one, and Pacific Life at number 50.  
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