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Ohio State named best Columbus employer by (614) Magazine

For the fourth consecutive year, The Ohio State University has been named “Best Columbus Employer” by the (614) Magazine ColumBEST awards. Additionally, the Ohio State Wexner Medical Center was awarded “Best Hospital” and the Veterinary Medical Center won “Best Vet/Animal Hospital.”

(614) Magazine calls Ohio State “a medical/research giant” and “one of the most robust employers in all the land.” The magazine also recognizes the benefits that are available to faculty and staff, referencing Ohio State’s total rewards package.

This issue of the local Columbus magazine, known as ColumBEST 2017, is dedicated to celebrating Columbus’ greatest features through reader-voted awards. Ohio State received 32.6 percent of the votes to be recognized as Best Columbus Employer.

Thank you to Ohio State faculty and staff who are committed to the university’s mission and making Ohio State a great place to work and learn.

Read more on the (614) Magazine website.

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