Fortune magazine’s “100 Best Companies to Work for in 2011” offers a not-so-surprising trend; not-so-surprising if you’ve been following the rise of virtual office space.

Eighty-two percent of companies in the top 100 offer telecommuting options. Within that 82 percent, 10 companies stand out as having the highest percentage of regular telecommuters. A regular telecommuter is defined as an employee that works from home at least 20 percent of the time.

So without further ado, let’s look at those top 10 companies (with some thanks from FlexJobs for parsing the data):

#63: Deloitte—86% of employees are regular telecommuters
#20: Cisco—85% of employees are regular telecommuters
#51: Intel—82% of employees are regular telecommuters
#99: Accenture—80% of employees are regular telecommuters
#82: Teach For America—80% of employees are regular telecommuters
#73: Pricewaterhouse Coopers—70% of employees are regular telecommuters
#89: Brocade Communications Systems—50% of employees are regular telecommuters
#70: S.C. Johnson & Son—40% of employees are regular telecommuters
#68: Stryker—38% of employees are regular telecommuters
#39: American Fidelity Assurance—37% of employees are regular telecommuters

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