Top 8 Tech and Web Companies to Work for in New York

Forty-five employees are bullish on their prospects at this fast-growing online advertising and social media shop, based in Dumbo.
Another company that keeps its employees happy with scavenger hunts, this 10-year old video and online advertising network also made Ad Age's Best Places to Work list.
What's more fun that social media strategy? Being one of the 100 employees at Mr. Youth, an eight-year old company that added 50 of those jobs just in the last year.
ZocDoc is an online service that helps people locate and make appointments with doctors in major cities. The company caters lunch for its 49 New York employees every day.
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The big data storage company has been coddling its employees for 18 years. Average salary? $212,503.
Crain's calls the Manhattan digital marketing company the "no-spin zone." The 90 NY-based employees look forward to fast promotions and evaluating their supervisors.
You may have heard of this software-maker, or passed its New York headquarters at 1290 Ave. of the Americas, where its 1,000 employees are treated like kings.
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Team sports! Citywide scavenger hunts! Ice cream parties! It's hard to imagine how the 75 employees at the search engine optimizer's Union Square office find the time to Google.

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