3 SA-based companies make 2017 Fortune '100 Best Companies to Work For' list

USAA, NuStar, Rackspace recognized on top employers ranking

SAN ANTONIO – Three San Antonio-based companies made the Fortune “100 Best Companies to Work For” list this year.

USAA (No. 35), NuStar (No. 37) and Rackspace (No. 74) were ranked as top places to work among hundreds of companies competing for a spot on this year’s list.

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The three companies have been recognized on the list in previous years, with USAA appearing for the 12th time since Fortune first published the list in 1998.  

“We continuously invest in our employees and provide them the resources needed to fulfill our mission and stand with our members when they need us,” said USAA CEO Stuart Parker. “This recognition is as much about the everyday effort of our employees as it is the culture we strive to create.”

NuStar was one of only two energy companies to be named to this year’s list.

“This ranking is a testament to their positive, can-do spirit, and we are very appreciative of all that they do to operate our business safely and reliably and position our company for the future,” said NuStar President and CEO Brad Barron.

Google was ranked No. 1 overall and a total of 12 Texas-based companies were ranked in the Top 100.

The top ranked Texas company is Houston-based Camden Property Trust at No. 22.

Austin-based Whole Foods Market is ranked No. 58 and Dallas-based AT&T is ranked No. 93.

To see the full list of the 2017 “100 Best Companies to Work For,” click here.

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RJ Marquez has been at KSAT since 2010. He's covered a variety of stories and events across the San Antonio area, and is the lead reporter for KSAT Explains. He also covers the Spurs for on-air and digital platforms. You can see RJ regularly on KSAT Explains and Good Morning San Antonio. He also writes a weekly Spurs newsletter.