In the 18th annual edition of Computerworld’s 100 Best Place to Work in IT, insurance and financial services company USAA came out on top for the second straight year. The survey of 29,308 IT employees sought to determine an organization’s competence in five areas: Diversity, Training, Career Development, Retention and Benefits. 

Brett Lewis, a technical architect at USAA, told Computerworld that he “couldn’t ask for a better place to work,” citing “an annual holiday bonus equal to two weeks' base pay, health insurance subsidized at the rate of 87.5%, access to any of three state-of-the-art fitness centers on campus at minimal cost, 24 days of vacation after a year on the job, and a tuition reimbursement benefit of $10,000 annually.”

The survey was conducted by IDG Research. The list of the top 100 – as well as more details about methodology – is available at