Here's How To Make $100K At The BEST Companies Of 2017

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Ready for a new job in the new year? Why not think big — as in, a big paycheck.

Recently, Glassdoor ranked the best companies to work for in 2017 based on anonymous employee reviews. Now, the website has gone a step further to find jobs at those companies with a base salary of at least $100,000.

These jobs aren't just for the CEOs. To be considered, there had to be at least 10 anonymous salary reports for the specific position on Glassdoor. Additionally, Glassdoor notes that these aren't jobs like "surgeon" and "professional athlete" that require a lifetime of training and schooling to get the paycheck. Oh, and did we mention they're all hiring?

Click through to see all 11 jobs — are you surprised at some of the ones on the list?
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Global Supply Manager, Apple
Median Base Salary: $129,365

Apple employees' perks include a transit subsidy, 401(k) matching up to 6%, and discounts on its products. Rated 4.0 out of 5 stars, the company also offers paid parental leave and health insurance plans that employees rave about.

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Program Manager, Texas Instruments
Median Base Salary: $115,570

Ranked #42 for best places to work in 2017, Texas Instruments has an overall rating of 4.0 out of 5 stars on Glassdoor. In addition to a comprehensive benefits package, employees praise a healthy work/life balance and high approval rating of the current CEO.

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Product Manager, Adobe
Median Base Salary: $132,564

With a compensation package one reviewer described as "tremendous," Adobe was ranked #9 for places to work in 2017. Benefits include up to six months maternity leave, unlimited vacation days, and semi-annual company-wide office closures.

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Engagement Manager, McKinsey & Company
Median Base Salary: $175,514

With a high employee satisfaction rating, and an overall ranking of #11 for best companies, reviews for McKinsey note that the company has lots of "smart people" as well as great healthcare.

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Data Scientist, Facebook
Median Base Salary: $133,768

Ranked #2 overall for best places to work, a whopping 98% of employees also say they approve of CEO Mark Zuckerberg. Employees get to take advantage of the typical buzzy Silicon Valley perks, like free lunch and gym memberships, as well as four months of paid parental leave.

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Brand Manager Nestlé Purina PetCare
Median Base Salary: $120,277

Ranked #13 for best places to work, Nestlé Purina also has one of the highest-ranked CEOs of 2016. In addition to competitive paid parental leave, the company provides assistance with adoption. Purina's headquarters are also pet-friendly, with an on-site medical center.

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Research Scientist, Google
Median Base Salary: $145,220

Rated #4 to work overall, Google employees get to take advantage of perks like free lunch, a "huge range" of discounts, and excellent healthcare options. As one current employee put it, ""Honestly, Google does almost everything within its power to attract and retain talent"

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Senior Interaction Designer, Intuit
Median Base Salary: $123,149

With a Glassdoor rating of 4.3, employees praise the company's work/life balance ("best I've seen at a Bay Area company"), love of innovation, and benefits. Perks include time off for volunteering, as well as fertility and adoption assistance.

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Project Manager, Genentech
Median Base Salary: $112,204

With healthcare that's described as "phenomenal," sabbaticals, and the option to work from home, Genentech employees love working there enough for it to take the #32 spot for best places to work.

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Senior Analyst, Forrester
Median Base Salary: $133,034

Global research firm Forrester was rated #18 for best places to work in 2017. One employee even shared in their review that doctors remark how good the healthcare coverage is. But it goes deeper than perks — one employee who has stayed for 15 years shared the reason why. "This is a culture of intellectual curiosity, passion, integrity, and respect."

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Marketing Manager, The Clorox Company
Median Base Salary: $142,286

In addition to being ranked #12 for places to work in 2017, Clorox gets high ratings for diversity. The Human Rights Campaign gave it a top rating of 100%, and Clorox was recognized by Diversity MBA Magazine.

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