There's no such thing as a perfect job. Or is there? Fortune's annual look at the 100 Best Companies to Work For begs the question, offering a raft of reasons why these workplaces are top-notch.
A well-known California-based technology company makes it a rule that employees never be more than 100 feet away from food. At an energy producer in Oklahoma the average bonus in 2006 was $21,332 and the median was $9,000. And then there's the New York firm where pay and benefits increased 23 percent from the year before.
If you're scouting greener career pastures, you might pursue a gig with one of these employers.