Do you love traveling and chasing down new experiences? If so, today's your lucky day: We've found 10 companies that have offices and opportunities all around the world. Meaning: Maybe you'll pack your bags and work abroad, maybe you'll have the chance to travel regularly, or maybe you'll get to interact with people from completely different settings and backgrounds on a daily basis.
No matter what, with a job at one of these companies, you'll have an incredible opportunity to move forward in your career and feed your passion for experiencing the world.
Dun & Bradstreet helps grow valuable business relationships by uncovering important patterns in industry data and delivering analytical insight to its global network of customers and partners.
The company has offices all over the world—from Los Angeles to London to Mumbai—and has made it a priority to operate as one global community. Each week, employees are typically collaborating with colleagues in other cities and countries, making every day a learning experience where they’re introduced to different cultures, ways of working, and perspectives. And shared traditions, like telecast virtual town hall meetings and “Do Good Week”—when groups from every office location volunteer in a local community effort—help team members bond even when they’re not in the same physical location.
Andela connects top talent with the top employers in the tech landscape, harnessing the resources of the best and brightest minds to help shape the global view.
With positions available in New York City, Nairobi, Lagos, Accra, and more, you’ll definitely be able to find career opportunities worldwide. But that doesn't mean you won't be close to your co-workers: At Andela, Slack channels are filled with praise, curious questions, shared challenges, and lots of jokes. Andela encourages team members to ask anything, learn a new skill, troubleshoot a project, and get critical feedback in an open and supported environment—proving that passionate people can create an atmosphere of collaboration and fun no matter where they’re based.
Atlassian is a leading provider of collaboration software. With products like JIRA, Confluence, BitBucket, and HipChat, Atlassian helps all sorts of teams to plan, code, and track projects with ease.
With offices in San Francisco, Austin, Sydney, and more, Atlassian has a global network of employees that work together across geographic lines. Take Principal Product Marketing Manager Christophe Capel for example: He works in the Sydney office and uses his morning to touch base with U.S. teams during the overlapping hours. “We have a massive opportunity to impact the world, to make a difference for a lot of customers,” says Capel.
Slack provides a real-time messaging, archiving, and search system that brings company and social communications together all in one place.
At Slack, employees appreciate having a flexible work schedule, and everyone at the company immediately receives 15 paid and 15 unpaid days off. Better yet, they actually use that time! Director of Application Engineering Joann Anderson says, “At a lot of other companies, that’s kind of seen as, ‘Well, you probably shouldn’t dip into that.’ Here, we highly encourage it—we want you to have the adventures in life that you want to have.” So, check out plenty of open positions in San Francisco, Melbourne, Vancouver, and London.
ThoughtWorks provides revolutionary technology, consulting, and software delivery to numerous global clients.
With collaboration at the core, ThoughtWorks has seen rapid growth year over year with continuous positive feedback from employees. Despite this, the collaborative company has successfully managed to retain the high values that have shaped its close-knit team from the start: community, transparency, honesty, and passion for positive change.
Ever wanted to work in major cities in the United States, Turkey, Brazil, Australia, or Ecuador? Apply to be a part of this exciting and collaborative team today.
TripAdvisor is the world’s leading travel site for reviews and advice on hotels, resorts, flights, vacation rentals, travel packages, and more—so people can plan and book the perfect trip.
TripAdvisor’s worldwide HQ near Boston allows employees to enjoy everything from state-of-the-art gym equipment and an on-site culinary team to game rooms and—an employee favorite—even a private pub. The company knows the importance of creating a space where people feel laid-back and comfortable in order to keep the most creative ideas flowing freely.
But it also has openings around the world, in Oxford, Sydney, Singapore, Dublin, and more. So no matter where you want to work, check out open positions and send in an application now!
Persado takes marketing to the next level with algorithms that craft language for businesses around the world. The platform generates copy that drives consumer action without traditional copywriting.
You can work for Persado in New York City, Athens, Chicago, San Francisco, Frankfurt, Milan, and London, among other locations, all of which are growing fast. “We’re more than twice the size we were last year—and we already have some great brands to work with,” says Director of Customer Success Jeannine Crispino. “I’m excited to see who we reach next.”
10. Balsam Brands
Balsam Brands is an e-commerce retailer with roots in holiday and home décor. The company's bread and butter—or rather milk and cookies—are stunningly realistic, handcrafted, artificial Christmas trees. To further enhance homes for the holidays, Balsam Brands also designs and sells high-quality Christmas decorations, and it's always looking for new ways to create a festive and beautiful atmosphere for all types of celebrations.
Named by Forbes as one of America’s Best Small Companies of 2016, you can bet that this company is a great global venture to become a part of. Hiring in the San Francisco Bay Area and Boise, ID, as well as in the Philippines, Balsam Brands has open positions in a wide range of departments and skill levels.
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Caroline Liu is a freelance writer, graphic designer, and computer programmer studying at Wesleyan University. She is pursuing majors in Feminist, Gender, and Sexuality Studies and Computer Science in order to bridge her passions for tech, design, and social justice. Learn more about Caroline on her website or follow her on Twitter.More from this Author