Traditionally, small firms score higher than large firms on our annual survey of midlevel job satisfaction. Smaller midlevel classes and/or a shorter partnership track at midsize and boutique firms may explain the difference. In order to level the playing field, on these charts we compare firms according to their size. In the last category are firms whose annual gross revenues are too low to qualify for The Am Law 200. These are the smallest firms that took part in our survey. In the second category are Second Hundred firms — numbers 101–200 on the most recent Am Law 200 survey. In the first category are firms that appeared on our most recent Am Law 100 or Global 100 Surveys. (For more information, see the methodology.)