Sure, maybe April showers bring May flowers. But, do you know what else the wonderful month of April brings? Jobs—lots and lots of jobs.
Look no further than these 20 companies that offer awesome cultures, brag-worthy perks, supportive leadership, and plenty of room for growth. And—the best part—they all have tons of open roles on their teams right now!
So, brush up that resume of yours and put yourself out there. Something tells us April is going to bring a lot more than just some springtime blooms…
For more than 170 years, New York Life has been helping families and individuals all across the country with investment, retirement, and life insurances plans and policies.
New York Life might be a company that’s been around for well over 100 years, but that doesn’t mean you should expect the same-old, same-old. The fact that technology is constantly evolving drives the business forward, and the company is always on the lookout for ambitious tech professionals whose ideas will help shape its future. It's a unique opportunity to apply startup ingenuity to an industry leader that’s focused on long-term growth—for clients, the company, and employees.
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.
Of all the perks enjoyed at Dun & Bradstreet, a favorite is the ability to work remotely from anywhere in the world. Staff members can exercise the option to telecommute on different occasions. “There’s trust between management and their teams—if you give it your all and get your job done, that’s what matters,” shares Deniz Olcay, Product Marketing Manager.
Sinclair Broadcast Group is one of the largest and most diversified television broadcasting companies, connecting people around the country with quality news, sports, and entertainment content.
When it comes to what employees enjoy most about working for Sinclair Broadcast Group, it’s tough for them to pick just one highlight. With a fun atmosphere and plenty of office traditions, a high level of transparency, and an emphasis on constant learning, each one of Sinclair’s thousands of team members genuinely love what they do—as well as the company they do it for.
eMoney Advisor builds process-simplifying technology solutions that allow financial firm advisors to follow industry trends and build better relationships with their company clients.
With a fun culture, trusting leadership, and an emphasis on celebrating wins (not to mention the conference rooms with bean bag chairs and video games!), eMoney employees always look forward to their time at the office. “I never dread coming into work here. There’s always something to be excited about on the drive in,” says eMoney’s Relationship Manager.
Revcontent transforms native advertising into an art form with fully responsive, custom widgets that enrich users’ site visits with premium partner content to generate revenue.
If autonomy is your thing, you’ll fit right in at Revcontent. Employees like to say that everyone on the team is the CEO of their own company—because leaders champion a work methodology based on leveraging personal strengths and having freedom. Combine that with the consultative leadership style that provides individuals with resources—but no strict instructions on using them—and you have an incredibly empowering and encouraging place to work.
10. Public Outreach
Public Outreach is a leading face-to-face donor recruiting agency known for developing and maintaining successful individual and monthly giving programs operating in Canada, the U.S., and Australia.
“At Public Outreach, we know what it feels like to go to work and do something you really love every day, and then come home knowing that, because you worked really hard, the world is not just someplace different, but someplace better,” explains Brendan Carroll, Boston Office Fundraising Manager. Indeed, staff find themselves working on all sorts of pressing issues on any given day—a great advantage for someone looking to get into the nonprofit sector.
AppNexus powers the advertising that keeps the internet running—providing an innovative platform to help companies efficiently reach their audiences.
AppNexians are passionate about—and thrive in—a culture of learning and teaching. The company’s employees constantly challenge themselves to improve, and they love to share knowledge to help empower those around them. Are you nodding your head and thinking, “You just described me!”? Apply for one of the company’s numerous open roles now.
Tamko is one of the nation’s largest independent manufacturers of residential and commercial roofing, decking and railing products, as well as waterproofing, cements, and other protective coatings.
TAMKO is a company that believes in constant improvement by continuously improving its people. Employees are encouraged to seek out continuing education opportunities that suit them personally and professionally while also benefitting the company as a whole. “TAMKO has helped me discover talents that I didn't know I had,” says Michele Damer, Corporate Strategic Pricing Analyst.
NextCapital provides leading financial technology services—delivering personalized and world-class investment portfolio management to investors everywhere.
One thing you’ll never feel at NextCapital? Stuck. Employees always have a voice that is heard and a foot in the door when it comes to advanced career opportunities. Team members who understand the company's vision and goals can often climb the ladder progressively, and NextCapital works hard to present employees with tons of chances to explore new roles.
15. Philips Lighting
Philips Lighting is the global leader in lighting products, systems and services, transforming how lighting is used to enhance the human experience in the places where people live and work.
The culture at Philips Lighting is structured around the idea of collaboration and support, empowering employees to make an impact every day. Another thing Philips believes in? Ensuring that all employees maintain adequate work-life balance. “My work-life balance is the best it has ever been in my career. My managers help me prioritize. They ask me about my family. That matters, and it drives me even more,” explains Shaquinta Morgan, System Architect Director.
Amplify is a new kind of educational company, dedicated to reimagining the K-12 learning process through the creation of digital products and services that empower teachers, students, and parents.
Aside from simply building tech tools for teachers to utilize in the classroom, Amplify team members go above and beyond to also educate kids on their own time. Employees volunteer for company-initiated programs like Robotics Ed and Citizen Schools, where they teach tech tools like coding or stop motion animation to inner city children. And, it’s that exact community-mindedness that makes Amplify such a special place to work.
Since 1962, this world-famous retail store has combined the affordability of a discount chain with department store-quality merchandise, prioritizing innovation and philanthropy every day.
Target is a huge company. But, many employees state that it still manages to feel like a startup. An ethos of enthusiasm and an emphasis on delivering high-quality work pervade the Target workplace. Empowerment is a huge part of the management style—as long as they’re doing good work, team members are encouraged to work in whatever way suits them best.
19. Hanna Andersson
Hanna Andersson lets kids be kids. Crafting high-quality children’s clothing, Hanna Andersson is one of the fastest growing and most prominent premium children’s apparel and lifestyle brands.
Hanna Andersson is committed to the happiness of its employees, going so far as to establish a “Happy Hannas Committee” for the corporate office, which puts together regular happy hours and annual events for the team. Outside of the stuff the committee plans, employees also enjoy on-site gym facilities, bi-weekly boxing classes, a dog-friendly office, and lunch from local food trucks.
Scribd is an online media company, building the world’s best way to read with an extensive library of ebooks and subscription services for readers around the world.
You won’t find a formal hierarchy on Scribd’s cross-functional Technology Teams. Instead, the company opts for a combined effort. There’s no traditional structure of bosses and employees, meaning the entire team is committed to elevating each other and pushing Scribd forward.
“A great fit for Scribd would be someone who puts the ‘we’ before the ‘I’,” advises Freya Sampson, Social Media Manager, “It’s a culture of building each other up.”
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Kat is a Midwest-based freelance writer, covering topics related to careers, self-development, and the freelance life. In addition to writing for The Muse, she's also the Career Editor for The Everygirl, a columnist for Inc., and a contributor all over the web. When she manages to escape from behind her computer screen, she's usually babying her rescued terrier mutt or continuing her search for the perfect taco. Say hi on Twitter @kat_boogaard or check out her website.More from this Author
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New York Life is the largest mutual life insurance company in the country and offers a collaborative and caring workplace where an innate drive to excel is matched by a sense of responsibility to help communities and people prepare for their futures. New York Life is looking for the ambitious tech professionals whose ideas will help shape its future. Learn more about what it’s like to work at New York Life Technology and check out open jobs.