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About The Judge Group

The Judge Group, established in 1970, is a global leader in professional services that provides technology consulting, staffing solutions, corporate training and human capital management. Our solutions are successfully delivered through an annual workforce of 4,500 professionals and a network of locations across the United States, Canada and Asia. If – more... you would like to learn more about The Judge Group visit www.judge.com or call toll free (800) 650-0035

The Judge Group was recently ranked the 14th Largest Information Technology Staffing Firm in the U.S. by Staffing Industry Analysts. – less

The Judge Group Employer Reviews

Technical Recruiter (Former Employee), Vienna, VAMarch 24, 2014
(CONSULTANT) THE NATURE CONSERVANCY, DECEMBER 2013 (Current Employee), Tysons Corner, VAAugust 26, 2014
Consultant Sr. Programmer Analyst II (Former Employee), Bethesda, MDFebruary 21, 2014
Pharmacist (Former Employee), Houston, txAugust 10, 2014
Senior Project Manager (Former Employee), Farmington Hills, MIJuly 28, 2014

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