Are you dealing with a serious case of wanderlust? Do you sit at your desk daydreaming of all of the different places you wish you could explore?
Well, don’t let your career be the one thing that prevents you from getting out there and changing up your scenery.
We found 20 awesome companies that are hiring all over the country—and even across the globe! So, apply for one of their numerous open positions, pack your bags, and prepare to fuel your passion for adventure.
For more than 170 years, New York Life has been helping families and individuals with investment, retirement, and life insurances plans and policies.
With multiple locations across the country and hubs in New York City and the surrounding metro area, as well as in Atlanta and Dallas, it’s no surprise that New York Life Technology is the largest mutual life insurance company in the country. Each location and the company’s emphasis on collaboration provide the opportunity to create and deliver meaningful results that help drive business forward.
Being part of the New York Life team gives employees the opportunity to apply plenty of ingenuity to an industry leader focused on long-term growth for clients, the company, and the people who work there.
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.
Dun & Bradstreet has offices all over the globe. And, of all the perks enjoyed by the company’s team members, a favorite is the ability to work remotely from anywhere in the world. Staff members can exercise the option to telecommute on different occasions. For example, if the family is in town—or out of town—employees are free to work in the way that works best for them. You’re never chained to your desk.
DigitalOcean offers cloud space server solutions—created by developers, for developers.
DigitalOcean is driven largely by remote employees, but the company still finds ways of bringing its all-inclusive culture to the employees that are pushing the company forward from the comfort of their own homes. Out-of-office team members are always invited to any company outings—and are often the initiators of planned events—and they receive regular deliveries of surprise snacks packages or movie tickets to enjoy.
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.
From San Francisco to Sydney, Atlassian has offices across the globe. But, as fun and welcoming as the Atlassian offices are, there’s still one thing that the company makes sure to emphasize for its employees: adequate work-life balance. “To be able to seamlessly move from life outside of work into a workday—it’s kind of a beautiful thing,” shares Rabya Valla, Customer Advocate Manager.
CARFAX is the nation’s leading provider of vehicle history information, helping millions of people shop, buy, own, and sell their cars with more confidence.
CARFAX has teammates across the United States and Canada. But, regardless of where you end up working, there’s one common thread in all CARFAX offices: the awesome culture. From Friday lunches and happy hours to an environment that allows each employee to feel like a valued member of the company, CARFAX employees are always quick to cite the culture as one of the best parts of their jobs.
Slack provides a real-time messaging, archiving, and search system that brings company and social communications together all in one place.
Slack has been growing at a rate that can only be described as rapid. In fact, new hires have more than tripled the employee count. But, the company doesn't plan on slowing down—as evidenced by the numerous open jobs Slack is currently hiring for. From Tokyo to San Francisco, the company is eagerly looking to add more go-getters to its growing team across the globe.
7. Capital One
Capital One is a nationally recognized and high-tech business banking company, offering better customized consumer and commercial lending and deposit financial services.
With offices in Chicago, Dallas, Washington, DC, and all around the world, there’s plenty of opportunity to get your foot in the door at Capital One. What does the company look for when hiring? Entrepreneurial-spirited self-starters with the confidence to ask for help and the initiative to drive solutions from start to finish. Once you’re in? Prepare for plenty of perks—including on-site gyms, cafeterias, TV rooms, treadmill desks, and unlimited snacks.
CA Technologies uses software to give customers a competitive advantage, increasing productivity through differentiated user experiences to help customers achieve new growth opportunities.
“It’s a family culture. Everyone really supports each other—and that’s what makes me want to be here,” shares Jason, VP of Operations. Despite the fact that CA Technologies works across the world, the company manages to maintain a tight-knit feel for all employees. Whether they’re talking about quarterly goals over a round of drinks or volunteering for charitable causes, employees are more than just colleagues—they’re friends.
9. Pure Storage
Pure Storage offers enterprise, all-flash storage solutions that provide the power, reliability, and simplicity businesses need to tackle the most demanding industry and IT problems.
Currently hiring from Dublin to Cape Town, Pure Storage is headquartered in Mountain View, California. And, there’s plenty that employees love about working in that particular office—including the group arcade game competitions at 4:30 each day. But, what’s one thing they enjoy most? The scenery. “I had never been to the Bay Area before my interview, so I didn’t realize that Mountain View literally meant we could see mountains from our office window,” says Miranda Steele, Software Engineer.
Transunion offers clients around the world complete credit protection, from credit alerts and reports to credit scores and more, all accessible from one easy-to-use platform.
Headquartered in Chicago, TransUnion works across the globe for 500 million customers, at 45,000 companies, in 33 countries around the world. And, there’s plenty more to look forward to. “Our new global acquisitions have me really looking forward to the future,” shares TC Chandamany, Technical Systems Engineer. But, regardless of how much the company grows, TransUnion still manages to maintain that tight-knit, small office vibe for employees.
11. FTD Companies
FTD Companies is a floral and gifting company that strives to inspire, support, and delight customers as they express life’s most important sentiments.
FTD Companies is spreading beauty and happiness all over the world—literally. The company provides floral and gift products to consumers primarily in the United States, Canada, the United Kingdom, and the Republic of Ireland. Want to join in on the mission of inspiring and delighting customers? With positions open from California to Illinois, you’re sure to find something (or somewhere!) that strikes your fancy.
12. Digital Trends
Digital Trends aims to demystify technology and make the digital world less intimidating. The company seeks to publish content that everyone can enjoy and understand.
With sweet digs in both Portland and New York City, the awesome culture is something that remains consistent between Digital Trends’ different offices. “The culture here is very casual and open. It’s an easygoing environment, but we work hard and are very effective at what we do,” says Alana Wolfman, Senior Digital Producer. The team works hard and plays hard—including enjoying some microbrews and Nerf gun wars together on Fridays.
WAXIE Sanitary Supply is one of the most trusted names in the cleaning community, helping clients keep their facilities healthy, safe, clean, and green.
The company has 20 inventory centers strategically situated across the Western United States. And, with a job in one of WAXIE’s many offices, you can have your cake and eat it too—quite literally. Once a month, employees enjoy what the company calls “Cake Day.” Used to celebrate any birthdays falling within the given time period, the organization orders a whole bunch of cakes and pies to be delivered to the office.
14. The Select Group
The Select Group connects great companies with quality talent in the technology and engineering sectors across North America.
“It’s amazing to work for a company that invests so much in its employees—to create leaders from within,” says Will Sadler, Senior Delivery Manager. The company definitely places a high value on the growth of its people, offering goal-setting guidance, outside coaching, and training and development programs—in order to help the team be their best personal and professional selves. And, with 11 locations across the United States and Canada, there’s plenty of room to advance your career at The Select Group.
With a passion for design, tireless attention to detail, and a commitment to creating authentic culture, Bunkhouse creates properties that have earned a unique place in the hearts of visitors.
Bunkhouse’s properties are considered “of the place” in which they reside. Through donating to local organizations—including animal rescues, local schools, health clinics, music and art organizations, and more—the company’s properties all have a special bond with the community. Want to bond with a new community yourself? Apply for one of Bunkhouse’s numerous open roles now!
Deloitte is the largest professional services network in the world—providing audit, tax, consulting, enterprise risk, and financial advisory services.
As one of the largest professional services organizations in the United States, Deloitte places a huge amount of emphasis on offering continuous learning opportunities to ensure that employees feel encouraged and educated—which empowers them to tackle new challenges. “I felt so well supported when I first started that I’m excited to pass it on to the new hires,” says Susie Dillon, Business Analyst.
17. Work Market
Work Market is changing how businesses and freelancers connect, with software tools that automatically match independent professionals with companies by skill set.
With a mission of helping other companies unlock new levels of productivity, engagement, and growth, it’s no wonder that Work Market places a huge amount of emphasis on hiring the best talent for its own New York and Canada offices. Once you’re in, expect a high amount of trust and encouragement. Leaders hold bi-weekly one-on-ones to discuss issues and goals—and assist employees in creating long-term professional growth plans.
Hewlett Packard Enterprise helps customers go further faster by using technology to slash the time it takes to turn ideas into tools that transform industries, markets, and lives.
Even though the company works across the world, HPE prides itself on maintaining a fun and close-knit culture for all its team members. From chili cook-offs to time spent volunteering together, employees genuinely enjoy spending time together. And, this engagement really matters to the company—HPE has even dedicated an entire department to create events targeted at different demographics.
19. Cox Enterprises
For over 100 years, Cox Enterprises has pushed the envelope in digital, print, commercial telecommunications—and now as a key partner with Techstars in Atlanta’s startup ecosystem.
Headquartered in Atlanta, Cox Enterprises has approximately 60,000 employees and brand offices located all across the nation. While the company is undeniably massive, Cox still holds true to the belief that employees should be supported both in and out of the office. With management that encourages team members to try new career paths and an employee relief fund that provides financial assistance when needed, Cox knows that supported employees are the happiest.
SiriusDecisions empowers clients to make strategic choices by offering well-researched and actionable solutions to some of the toughest challenges faced by top sales, product, and marketing teams.
SiriusDecisions takes office culture seriously. Even though the company has offices all across the globe, collaboration and connection are key parts of what makes the team tick—and there are ample opportunities for both. “We have a saying here that you win together and lose together. People take that very seriously,” says Ray Provo, Account Executive.
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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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