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Bureau of Economic Geology is named as one of the “Top Workplaces” in Austin for 2014.

For the second time in three years, the Austin American-Statesman survey of area employees has named the Bureau of Economic Geology in UT’s Jackson School of Geosciences as one of a handful of “Top Workplaces” in the city for 2014.

Bureau director Dr. Scott W. Tinker said, “I’m really gratified that we have been honored in this way again. It shows that our researchers and staff continue to feel that the Bureau is a productive place to work, that they enjoy the family atmosphere that we strive to achieve, and that they’re having fun! This honor is a tribute to each of them and to their tremendous contributions to the success of the Bureau of Economic Geology.”

With 120 researchers (representing 27 countries), 50 support staff, and a broad reputation as a world leader in energy and environmental research, the Bureau is the oldest and second-largest research unit at The University of Texas at Austin.

The Austin American-Statesman survey was conducted by WorkplaceDynamics LLC. Employers named as “Top Workplaces” were first nominated by their employees and then selected by analysis of employee responses to the survey.
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