We know: Job searching can be tough. Whether you’ve been looking for months or are just starting to think about your next step, finding the company with the perfect culture and job opening for you—and in the right location—is no small feat.

That’s why we wanted to give you a little boost with ten companies that are all hiring now, right in your stomping grounds. Take a peek inside their offices, browse job openings, and see if your perfect “next thing” just landed in your lap.

1. Cello Health Insight

Founded in 1983 in London, Cello Health Insight has become the global market research arm of the larger Cello Health Group. Drawing on wide resources, Cello Health Insight devises research initiatives for clients, providing a multi-lensed perspective to find the best approaches to the complex and evolving challenges at the cutting edge of healthcare.

3. Integrative Nutrition

Integrative Nutrition is the largest nutrition school in the world—and the only school that explores more than 100 different dietary theories. Through its innovative online learning platform, Integrative Nutrition has provided a global learning experience for nearly 100,000 students and graduates in over 120 countries worldwide. Integrative Nutrition is on a mission to improve health and happiness, and through that process, to create a ripple effect that transforms the world.

4. FDM Group

FDM enables people with an interest in technology to launch successful tech careers. Recognizing the importance of investing in new talent, the FDM Careers Program provides talented individuals with rigorous training in a range of IT and business disciplines. FDM trainees go on to represent the company as FDM Consultants on client assignments for a minimum of two years.

6. Best Made Co

Best Made Co. brings superior-quality outdoor goods to its New York City shop and web store, empowering people to get out around the campfire. The company was started after founder Peter Buchanan-Smith saw a need for a better axe—not only as a lifeline to the wilderness, but as an inspiration for people to reconnect with their hands and nature. The brand has since expanded its offerings to include apparel, bags, tools, and home goods, and was named one of Ad Age's "Top Companies Creatives Will Give Up Their Freedom For."

7. MealPal

MealPal’s smart bot app lets its subscribers conveniently lunch for less. Launched in Philadelphia, Sydney, Melbourne, London, Toronto, Boston, Chicago, DC, Miami, NYC, and San Francisco—with more locations to follow—MealPal helps weekday lunchers please any palate with delicious choices from over 1000 local restaurants. Users skip long lines with MealPal’s money-saving pre-paid food discounts and enjoy lovely lunches daily, hassle-free.

8. Squarespace

Squarespace empowers millions of people—from individuals and local artists to entrepreneurs shaping the world’s most iconic businesses—to share their stories and create an impactful, stylish, and easy-to-manage online presence. Squarespace’s team of more than 800 is headquartered in downtown New York City, with offices in Dublin and Portland. To meet the Squarespace Creative Team, click here.

9. L2

Founded in 2010, L2 has rapidly become a trusted source of insights into the digital trends shaping industries today. With members that include Google, Proctor and Gamble, and Sofitel, L2 caters to a diverse array of brands looking to understand and bolster their digital footprints—giving brands a thorough understanding of their digital strengths and weaknesses.

10. IEX Group

IEX is the first stock exchange seed funded by buy-side investors—dedicated to making markets fair.



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