The month of January is all about fresh starts. And, is there anything fresher than a brand new job? Not if you ask us.
If this is the month you plan to land yourself a new gig, you’re in luck. From amazing cultures and brag-worthy perks to supportive management and plenty of room for growth, these 20 companies are all awesome. And, the icing on that cake? They’re all hiring right now.
So, it’s time to knock the cobwebs off that resume of yours and score yourself the job of your dreams. How’s that for a fresh start?
Empowering people to experience the world is the Booking.com mission. It’s why they tell their customers, “Whatever you want to do, wherever you want to go, you can book it with us.”
If you’re eager to join a company that’s growing fast, you’ve found your place at Booking.com. With over 1.2 million room nights booked every day, this company expects to only get bigger and better this year. Constantly adding new properties and products means that Booking.com is looking to add plenty of new people to its diverse and international team to help support that rapid growth.
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.
Everybody knows and loves Target as a store, so it only makes sense that the retail giant is just as lovable as an employer. From the progressive culture to the commitment to giving back to the community, team members often describe the company as a startup masquerading as a Fortune 500 company. To put it simply, with a career at Target, you’ve hit the bullseye. Pun very much intended.
Success Academy is the highest-performing free public charter school network in New York City, operating 46 schools and serving 15,000 students in Manhattan, Brooklyn, Queens, and the Bronx.
At Success Academy, everyone works together to make school a better place for the entire community. And, with such an important mission, the organization is growing and expanding like crazy. Success Academy opened seven new schools this past August, and has plans to open even more this year—meaning there are plenty of open positions to be filled to help support that impressive growth.
Esri is the world leader in geographic information system (GIS) software development and believes The Science of Where can transform society by unlocking data's full potential in every organization.
From the flexible and laid back culture to the team potlucks and employee sports leagues, there’s plenty to love about working at Esri. Perks aside, it’s the opportunity for professional growth and advancement that employees appreciate most. And, with over 200 positions currently available, its easy to see that team members aren’t the only ones experiencing growth—the company is right there with them.
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.
The company’s leadership goes to great lengths to encourage staff, and it all begins in the first interview. Current SiriusDecisions employees remember feeling an unprecedented level of support from the folks conducting their interviews way back when, and it’s not uncommon for the process to include a meeting with a co-founder. Ready for that meeting? Apply to one of the company’s numerous open positions now.
Synaptics is a human-interface company. Founded in 1986, Synaptics developed the first touch-pad and has been instrumental in enabling the ecosystem of ubiquitous personal devices that exist today.
With over 1,600 patents, 1,700 employees, and a $1.7 billion market-value, Synaptics has done some big things. But, the company isn’t planning on slowing down anytime soon. With the ever-expanding market for personal electronics, the need for human-interface technology will only grow as technology improves and more markets open up. Needless to say, Synaptics is currently adding tons of driven and passionate people to its expanding team.
Mohawk Industries designs, manufactures, and markets top-of-the-line woven and tufted broadloom carpets and rugs for residential and commercial use.
When talking about Mohawk, there’s one word that crops up again and again: innovative. As the world’s largest flooring manufacturer, Mohawk is dedicated to challenging the status quo and exploring new product offerings. Another word you’ll hear frequently from employees? Family. “Mohawk feels like a family-run business, even though we’re a Fortune 500 company,” says Rebecca Richeson, Director, Operations Logistics.
Tripwire is a leading IT automation and security provider, strengthening business operations around the world with enterprise-class solutions that detect, prevent, and counter cyber threats.
There’s no shortage of perks when you’re a Tripwire employee. The company constantly treats and trains its people—providing free coffee blends and brews for caffeine connoisseurs, scheduling flexibility to plan goals, and offering advanced industry education and technology certifications. Oh, and we haven’t even mentioned the chili cook-offs, potlucks, and intense Xbox and Playstation engineer gaming sessions.
G5 delivers digital marketing expertise to companies in the property management sector—providing best-in-class experiences and the tools to optimize results across search and social media.
Growth has become a core pillar of what it’s like to work at G5. “The growth opportunity that G5 has is second to none of any of the tech companies that I have worked with,” adds Katie Gibson, Director of Go-To-Market Programs. With five consecutive years on Deloitte’s list of North America’s fastest growing technology companies, G5 is poised for even more rapid advancement—and, as a result, is eagerly adding to its team.
Trustwave helps businesses fight cybercrime, protect data, and reduce security risks through managed software services and technologies.
“One of the best parts about working here is that if you’re sitting in a board room, you can’t tell the CEO from the interns,” explains Rachelle Felix-Blackmon, Manager, Customer Relations Management. That open door policy and collaborative environment is just one of the many, many things Trustwave employees love about the company. Have we mentioned the inter-office workout groups and emphasis on work-life balance?
19. DMC Atlanta
DMC Atlanta specializes in direct sales and marketing acquisitions for top cable and satellite, retail, and telecommunications companies across the country, focusing on a relationship-based approach.
Founded in 2003 with just eight people, DMC Atlanta has grown to over 700 employees in 50 offices around the country. But, the company is nowhere near finished—evidenced by the numerous positions currently available. With an emphasis on fun in the office and an incredibly supportive management style, DMC Atlanta knows what it takes to keep employees happy—while also pushing them to be their very best.
MedStar National Rehabilitation Network is a rehabilitation provider, offering comprehensive inpatient, day treatment, and outpatient hospital and healthcare services to support patient recovery.
Every single employee at MNRN is dedicated to the purpose of helping patients recover, learn, and prepare to take care of themselves and live better daily lives. And, the company’s hard work definitely doesn’t go unnoticed. “More advocates see the need for rehabilitation, and so the MNRN network is constantly growing,” shares Jaisie Stevens, Outpatient Physical Therapist.
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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