11 Companies Hiring Like Crazy in 2016
New year, new you!
If your new year’s resolution is to land an exciting new job, you’ll definitely want to take a look at these companies that decided their new year’s resolutions are to start hiring–a lot. All of these workplaces have major plans to grow next year and want great people like you to be a part of it.
So without further ado, go find your dream job!
GLG gathers top professionals from around the globe to share their expertise with clients in every industry. Through one-on-one conversations, group roundtables, and direct mentorship, users at more than 1,400 client companies in 40 countries are able to gain insights that allow more informed outcomes of critical business decisions.
GLG is currently hiring associate classes for February and July, plus a slew of other positions in research, compliance, business development, and more!
Dropbox’s mission is to build a home for everyone’s most important information and bring it to life. Dropbox makes it easy for millions of people at home and at work to access, share, and collaborate on their files so they can be more productive.
Dropbox is in hyper-growth mode, having grown by 28% in the past year, and is anticipating continued global growth in the new year. The company’s looking for innovative people with a passion for collaboration and simplifying the way the world works.
With a relentless mission to pioneer an advertising technology revolution, Rubicon Project has worked hard to hire great people, build innovative projects, and establish itself as an industry-leading platform. By engineering one of the largest and most distinct models of real-time cloud and big data computing, Rubicon Project enables publishers and applications to process trillions of digital ad transactions with record-breaking efficiency.
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. And the company is just getting started: Facebook is growing around the world, with roles in engineering, sales, account management, customer success, marketing, product, and operations.
Medallia is a cloud-based software platform that helps some of the largest companies in the world improve their relationships with their customers. The company’s innovative customer experience software captures customer feedback, analyzes it in real-time, and delivers it to everyone in the company to help create experiences that customers love.
The amazing sales team is hiring across the country (everywhere from Ohio to NYC) and is especially looking for regional directors, sales directors, lead generation representatives, and lead generation managers. Medallia is also hiring a ton of analysts in the very near future, and the finance team is expanding as well.
6. Gap Inc.
Doris and Don Fisher opened the first Gap store in 1969 with a simple idea–to make it easier to find a pair of jeans and a commitment to do more. Over the last 46 years, the company has grown from a single store to a global fashion business with five brands–Gap, Banana Republic, Old Navy, Athleta, and Intermix. Gap’s clothes are available in 90 countries worldwide through 3,300 company-operated stores, almost 400 franchise stores, and ecommerce sites, and it is still growing.
Stylight is an online stream full of fashion trends and inspiration. The site offers daily hand-picked selections of the world’s most popular products and brands from top fashion bloggers—as well as a detailed search function that allows customers to shop across any number of websites with a variety of filters, such as brand or color.
Stylight has a big team in Germany (and is hiring!), and it’s looking to build out its NY team in the new year.
ThoughtSpot has built the world’s first search-based, data analytics solution for businesses, enabling users to ask questions, analyze company data, and build reports and dashboards—all in seconds—using ThoughtSpot’s browser-based search interface. For each question, ThoughtSpot uses input from a variety of connected data sources to calculate one answer, making it easy for users to find the information they need in real time.
ThoughtSpot has doubled in size every year and will double again in 2016, looking to add 50 people to the engineering team as well as more people across the board.
Bozzuto is a private real estate services company with four operating divisions: development, construction, property management, and home building. Bozzuto leads the industry by delivering residential living experiences that embolden communities. The company focuses on its employees’ professional growth to ensure it sustains its hallmark of quality resident service, innovative designs, and extraordinary community experiences.
Expedite Financial is a modern consumer lending platform that uses technology to make it easier for creditworthy borrowers to access the money they need to buy homes. Founded in 2014 by Jeff Foster and Lukasz Strozek, Expedite is re-imagining the entire financing process from the ground up so that borrowers are empowered to make informed financial decisions, leading to financially healthy lives.
As a startup, Expedite is looking to double in size during the first half of the year, especially in engineering.
11. Dow Jones
Started in 1882, Dow Jones has delivered over 125 years of authoritative and ever-evolving journalism—innovatively bringing readers current events, issues, and insightful business information unfolding worldwide via print, web, mobile, multimedia, proprietary databases, and conferences. One of the largest news-gathering operations, Dow Jones’ well-respected brands include The Wall Street Journal, Dow Jones Newswires, Factiva, Barron’s, MarketWatch, and Financial News.
Want to see how your company can be featured on a list like this? Email email@example.com.
About The Author
As an Associate Editor for The Muse, Alyse is proud to prove that yes, English majors can change the world. She calls many places home, including Illinois where she grew up and the small town of Hamilton where she attended Colgate University, but she was always born to be a New Yorker. In addition to being an avid writer, Alyse loves to dance, both professionally and while waiting for the subway.