There are plenty of places to work in the San Francisco Bay Area, which is a blessing and a curse. The blessing is clear (plenty of jobs), but the curse is having to weed through the noise to find the best places to work and the perfect position for you.

To help out, we’ve gathered up 10 of our favorite companies that we know are hiring plenty this month. Whether you’re looking for impressive technology, a fun-loving culture, or a mix of the two, there’s bound to be a place for you.

Peek inside their offices to make sure it’s a fit, check out their jobs listings to find your perfect match, and then apply today!


1. Okta

Okta is an integrated identity management and mobility management service that securely and simply connects people to their applications from any device, anywhere, at anytime. Built from the ground up in the cloud, Okta enables companies to manage their applications and user access with ease—and it does so with an unwavering commitment to customer success.

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2. BandPage

Launched in March 2010, BandPage is a music tech platform that customizes profile pages for over 500,000 up-and-coming and mainstream artists. BandPage’s ultimate goal is to provide artists with sustainable careers by any means necessary. Musicians can upload video, photo, and tour date information as well as sell and promote VIP experiences and merchandise through an aggregate network built around partnership platforms like Spotify.

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3. Autodesk

Autodesk is a multinational software corporation, renown for its expertise in designing software for the architecture, engineering, construction, manufacturing, media, and entertainment industries. Autodesk has become the global leader in 3D design. The company serves customers across industries by using cutting-edge software to visualize, design, and stimulate ideas—long before concrete products are brought to production.

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4. MuleSoft

MuleSoft has emerged as one of the fastest-growing companies in enterprise software by providing a platform for rapid connectivity to solve the world’s integration problems. The enterprising company believes that when everything is connected, anything is possible. MuleSoft’s API-led approach delivers unparalleled agility, flexibility, and efficiency, enabling companies to connect at the speed of innovation.

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5. Facebook

Facebook is at the center of people sharing interests, forming new relationships, and unifying populations to make the world a smaller, friendlier place. Since 2004, Facebook has been critical in changing how people communicate, designing products and delivering services that create a more human world—one connection at a time. With a mission to make the world more open and connected, Facebook is just getting started, and includes a family of brands like Instagram, WhatsApp, Oculus VR, LiveRail, and Parse.

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6. Radius

Founded in 2009, Radius provides the best software platform for B2B marketers to understand and reach today’s 20M+ small and mid-sized businesses in the U.S. The Radius platform combines a real-time data set with intuitive enterprise software to help marketers better identify, target, and engage with their customers. Radius’ customers include American Express, CapitalOne, CanCapital, and Home Depot.

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7. Galileo

Since 2002, Galileo has inspired collaborative ways to excel by making educational summer camp programs available within communities. Galileo strives to boost creativity and innovation in children by nurturing and exploring their intellectual talents. Among the many positions the company is looking for right now, it is especially in need of a Salesforce System Administrator and a Director of Finance-Controller.

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8. Stripe

In a lot of ways, payments is the last hard infrastructural problem of the internet. Stripe puts powerful instruments in the hands of people around the world so that they can execute their ideas more effectively. From public launch to public company, companies of all sizes are building their businesses on Stripe. Though the company has many open roles, it is especially in need of Sales Development Representatives.

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9. Tile

When it comes to finding misplaced things, Tile—launched in 2012—leads a successful search party. With Tile’s highly capable tracking app, users can attach durable Tile tagging devices to their items that matter most—from wallets to laptops to house or car keys—then locate possessions quickly and effectively if missing—so all is not lost.

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10. Ditto

Ditto is a software start-up that has invented an innovative new way for users to try on eyeglasses virtually—without the stress of a visit to the eyewear store. The company is continually growing and building new features, and it recently launched a new subscription-based eyewear rental program for fashion-forward customers—the first of its kind.

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Want to see how your company can be featured on a list like this? Email sales@themuse.com.


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