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Penn State is the Best of…State College

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At first glance, I was genuinely expecting big news. For 2009, the State College Magazine poll voted Penn State the ‘Best Place to Work’ in the…[Oh gosh, this is gonna be good]…region?  Uhm, question: What the hell else is there to do in State College?

In the midst of such vast, urbanized territory and boisterous competition, it’s a wonder how they managed to narrow it down! You mean to tell me that the largest university in the nation offers the best place to work in all of State College? Bullshit!

Who on Earth wouldn’t want to be fostered and spoon-fed government funds, crazy benefits, and a rising salary despite an economic recession? Check the comments for why those are crossed out.

No, seriously, can someone tell me what institutions competed with Penn State in this poll?  I mean, were there close seconds or thirds?

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