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Second place nonprofit award for ‘best business’ goes to Career Path Services

Career Path Services won 2nd place in a recent Seattle Business's “100 Best Companies to Work For” awards ceremony.

Spokane's Career Path Services offers free job placement help for job seekers and for employers. The nonprofit is funded by federal, state and other grants.

The first place winner in the awards' NonProfit Group was Valley Medical Center, from Renton.

Second place went to Career Path Services, whose main office is 10 N. Post in downtown Spokane.

Third place went to Pacific Medical Centers, based in Seattle.

A full list of the 100 Best Companies to Work For in 2011 can be found at this link.

Career Path Services provides assistance in Spokane and Lincoln counties, Colville, Omak, the TriCities, Kent, Auburn, Federal Way, Lakewood and Puyallup.

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