DMACC is the highest ranked among all higher education institutions in the state
DMACC is ranked the 9th best place to work in Iowa, up 20 spots from last year's ranking.
DMACC is the highest ranked among all higher education institutions in Iowa.
Forbes ranks DMACC the only community college in Iowa to be considered among the best places to work in Iowa.
the largest undergraduate college in Iowa, has been named one of the
state's best employers in 2020, according to a new ranking by Forbes Magazine.
DMACC was also included on the list unveiled by Forbes last year when it released its inaugural list of “America's Best Employers by State."
DMACC was ranked ninth on the list this year compared to 29th last year.
ranking in 2020 included three higher education institutions in Iowa –
DMACC (#9), Iowa State University (#26) and the University of Iowa
DMACC was again the only school among Iowa's 15 community colleges to make the statewide list both in 2019 and in 2020.
like the entire State of Iowa, DMACC is proud of its reputation of hard
work and delivering on its mission of helping DMACC students reach
their professional goals and full potential," DMACC President Rob Denson
said. “DMACC's faculty, staff and administration make this happen every
day and we want an environment that supports their great work. It's all
about our people."
DMACC Human Resources Executive Director
Jenifer Owenson echoed Denson's comments that DMACC is a best place to
work because of the dedication and commitment of its faculty and staff.
staff members are invested in continuously finding solutions to better
serve our students and community," Owenson said. “They do this because,
they simply, care. Having caring, engaged staff is at the root of a
workplace that is successful."
The Forbes ranking was divided into 51 lists – one for each of the 50 states, plus the District of Columbia. Forbes and Statista
created the ranking based on an independent survey from a sample of
more than 80,000 U.S. employees working for companies employing at least
Employees received the surveys through a series of
anonymous online panels, providing a representative sample of the
workforce. The survey asked employees to rate their willingness to
recommend their employer and to also evaluate other employers in their
The number of businesses ranked in each state was
dependent on the number of qualifying employers and the size of the
state's workforce. Businesses with operations in more than one state had
the opportunity to be listed multiple times.
For the full list of “America's Best Employers By State," click here.
For more information, contact: Rob Denson, email@example.com