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Devon Energy made it's seventh consecutive appearance on the list coming in at number 56. Devon Energy made it's seventh consecutive appearance on the list coming in at number 56.
Tulsa-based QuickTrip has the state's highest ranking at 48. Tulsa-based QuickTrip has the state's highest ranking at 48.
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A few Oklahoma companies made Fortune Magazine's list of top 100 companies to work for.

Tulsa-based QuickTrip has the state's highest ranking at 48. Making the list for the seventh year in a row, Chesapeake Energy, is number 51 on the list.

And Devon Energy, also making it's seventh consecutive appearance on the list came in at number 56.

The number one spot goes to Google.

See the full list here!

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