It’s here—the month of love, candy hearts, and flowers.

But, if you’re not really feeling the traditional romantic vibe, how about you use this month to find a job that makes you swoon? Turns out, it’s actually the perfect time to feel love struck, because these 20 companies are all more than worthy of your adoration. And—bonus!—they’re all hiring right now.

So, submit an application and save yourself the stress of trying to find those last-minute dinner reservations. After all, there’s really nothing better than finding a brand new gig that makes you feel all warm, fuzzy, and heart-eyed. Hey, Hallmark, where’s the card for that?

1. BMW of North America, LLC

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BMW of North America, LLC culture
Working at BMW of North America, LLC

The BMW Group manufactures, distributes, markets, and sells first-class automobiles in dealerships across North America, including the distinguished Rolls-Royce and premium MINI Cooper brands—delivering sophisticated and thrilling driving experiences.

BMW is an iconic vehicle brand. But, to its employees, the company is better known for being an amazing place to work. With everything from supportive leadership and a generous benefits package to fun office traditions and plenty of perks, BMW knows how to keep its team members happy and engaged in the office.

3. Galileo

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Working at Galileo

Galileo designs and runs an evolving series of innovative educational summer camp programs for kids Pre-K through 8th grade—encouraging explorative learning and failing without fear.

If there’s one thing that inspires and motivates Galileo’s team, it’s the belief in the company’s mission and the people behind it. Leaders recognize how invested every employee is in the progress of the company and provide everyone a seat at the table for big decisions. “The future of Galileo belongs to everyone here—it’s not just a group of executives behind an iron curtain,” shares Viva Asmelash, Associate Director of Staff Outreach.

4. Grubhub

Grubhub company profile
Grubhub culture
Working at Grubhub

Grubhub is the nation's leading online and mobile food ordering and delivery marketplace dedicated to connecting hungry diners with local takeout restaurants. The company’s online and mobile ordering platforms allow diners to order from more than 125,000 takeout restaurants in over 2,400 U.S. cities and London. The Grubhub portfolio of brands includes Grubhub, Seamless, LevelUp, Tapingo, AllMenus and MenuPages.

GrubHub never fails to recognize that employees have lives outside of work, and prioritizing work-life balance is a core part of the GrubHub culture. But, the company still tries to make life inside of the office sweet too. If you ask us, the delicious cake from GrubHub’s on-site restaurant and team happy hours on the office’s private rooftop deck don’t sound too bad.

5. Allstate

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Allstate culture
Working at Allstate

Through its commitment to growth and innovation, Allstate is establishing itself as a leader of new technology in the insurance space. The company places a strong emphasis on professional development and career planning. Its culture of embracing opportunities and exploration makes it easy for employees to try new things and find out where they want to take their career. With opportunites around the globe, Allstate is hiring in an array of areas from marketing to product to pricing to corporate relations and beyond.

Is there anything better than having a boss who genuinely wants to see you succeed? Allstate doesn’t think so, which is why the company’s leaders make sure to get to know each of their employees’ strengths and motivations. Once they know the passions of the team and how staff works best, Allstate managers are able to pair their employees up with opportunities to succeed. Ready to feel that supported? You’re in luck—Allstate is currently hiring for over 500 (yes, we said 500) open positions.

9. Argen Corporation

Argen Corporation company profile
Argen Corporation culture
Working at Argen Corporation

A family-run company, Argen is dedicated to improving people’s lives through innovative services and products for dentistry. With a foundational business as the world’s largest manufacturer of precious metal dental alloys, Argen has made strategic investments in 3D printing and other technologies, positioning itself as the ultimate provider of digital solutions to dental labs of all sizes.

Argen is in the business of creating smiles, so it’s no surprise that the company’s employees are a happy bunch. When it comes to what they love most, many cite the warm, welcoming, and familial culture as their favorite thing about Argen. “We look at everybody who works here as part of the family,” says one of the company’s Manufacturing Engineers. “It’s very unique to be in a business this large that still feels like a small business.”

10. Appian

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Appian culture
Working at Appian

Appian builds a world class low-code application development platform that enables businesses to rapidly develop powerful and unique software applications with flexible visual models instead of clunky custom code. The apps created on Appian’s platform help companies drive digital transformation and competitive differentiation.

At Appian, employees never feel stuck. They know there’s plenty of room to learn and advance within the company. And, when a team member does move up the ranks, there’s never a fear of micromanagement. Leaders and managers are given a lot of freedom to oversee their teams while also getting the support and feedback they need to grow and make a real impact.

11. Zappos

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Working at Zappos

Zappos, a subsidiary of Amazon, is a leader in online apparel and footwear sales, striving to provide shoppers the best possible service and selection. Zappos carries millions of products from over 1,000 footwear and apparel brands. Established in 1999, the company is located in Las Vegas, NV and has approximately 1,500 Zapponians committed to delivering WOW service each and every day.

Team members at Zappos appreciate the fact that they’re able to show their true colors in the office. The company encourages employees to be themselves—so they know there’s no need to hide their quirks or awkward dance moves. “We love people who are genuine, who love to be expressive, who feel free and comfortable in their own skin, and who can show energy and passion in what they love to do,” says Lisa Marshall, User Experience Designer.

12. Medallia

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Medallia culture
Working at Medallia

Growing quickly, with a global footprint that spans Silicon Valley, Austin, Washington D.C., New York, London, Paris, Sydney, Buenos Aires, and Tel Aviv, Medallia values its people for each of the aspects that make them whole. The company believes that people should not be defined only by a job title—nobody is just an engineer or just a salesperson. The team has different backgrounds and celebrates different cultures—and, just like its product, Medallia honors each of the experiences that build its people.

What does Medallia look for when hiring new employees? A growth mindset—which is the belief that you can dramatically develop your talents. The company believes that anyone can learn from their mistakes, buckle down, and maximize their own talents—and it invests in employees to help them realize their potential.

14. Prezi

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Working at Prezi

Founded in 2009, Prezi is a cloud-based presentation software tool that helps users connect powerfully with their audiences. Unlike standard presentation slides, Prezi’s zoomable canvas shows relationships between the big picture and fine details, putting ideas into context and engaging viewers in a unique and visually exciting way.

Prezi employees feel empowered by the fact that their managers trust them completely. Instead of having someone constantly looking over their shoulder, everyone on the team is given the freedom to do their jobs well on their own. The weekly happy hours, competitions at the pool table, and Monday evening yoga classes don’t hurt matters either. Ready to join them? Prezi is currently hiring for a ton of open positions.

15. PulsePoint

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PulsePoint culture
Working at PulsePoint

PulsePoint is the leading global authority in programmatic technology, content marketing, and health activation. With the most intelligent health-centered view of the customer, PulsePoint has pioneered radical health personalization™, accelerating the discovery and activation of patients and providers for real world outcomes.
PulsePoint’s core competencies include proprietary data capabilities, natural language processing, and reach across digital devices. On the strength of these capabilities, PulsePoint manages a successful programmatic exchange and content marketing distribution platform for all industry verticals.

PulsePoint is always looking for people who are the best at what they do—regardless of what it is they do. The company believes that anyone with something unique to offer—and anyone with skills, passion, and dedication—is encouraged to apply. Simply put, PulsePoint finds room for talent. And, with quite a few open roles currently posted, they won’t have to look too far to find exactly where you fit in.

18. Label Insight

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Label Insight culture
Working at Label Insight

Label Insight aims to assist consumers in understanding what’s in the products they use and consume on a daily basis. By providing software solutions that create complete product transparency through data science, the organization is able to transform the way brands and retailers interact with and share important product data.

Professional development is an important part of life at Label Insight. Managers act as mentors to assist in setting and reaching goals, and employees are free to attend conferences and classes that might make their skill sets stronger. The company also has a mentorship program (with a monthly allowance for coffee, lunch, or to purchase learning materials!) to facilitate the career growth and development of employees.

19. Unilever

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Working at Unilever

On any given day, 2.5 billion people use Unilever products to look good, feel good, and get more out of life. From nutritionally balanced foods to indulgent ice creams, luxurious shampoos, and everyday household items, the company develops a diverse range of products from more than 400 brands. Whatever the brand, Unilever is deeply committed to creating sustainable products that improve health and wellbeing.

As one of the World’s Most Admired Companies, Unilever operates in dozens of countries on every continent—except Antarctica. Whether it’s working on an international rotation, working across global teams, or studying abroad with the company’s Tuition Assistance Program, Unilever truly delivers a global experience for employees. 

20. Goldman Sachs

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Goldman Sachs culture
Working at Goldman Sachs

At Goldman Sachs, your skills and experiences will create a world of possibilities for our clients. From the latest IPO and market insights to investments in clean energy and infrastructure, each one of our teams contributes to innovations that drive progress around the world. Make things possible at Goldman Sachs Careers

Think a career on Wall Street is formal, cut-throat, and conservative? Think again. The team at Goldman Sachs genuinely enjoys having fun together—both in the office and out. Employees partake in everything from parties to celebrate personal milestones to rock climbing classes and karaoke at the local bars. Want to see for yourself? Apply for one of the company’s hundreds of open positions.

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Updated 6/19/2020