When you think of November, you likely imagine pumpkin pie, family time, and lazy days spent watching football. And, we can’t blame you—those are some of our favorite things about this month too.
But November is good for a lot more than stretching out for a turkey-induced nap—it’s also the perfect time to land an awesome new job.
From interns to executives, these 20 companies are hiring for all sorts of positions. Score a gig at one of these places, and we know exactly what you’ll say you’re thankful for when it’s your turn at that Thanksgiving table.
1. Northrop Grumman
Northrop Grumman helps do the work that matters. Whether the company is developing the next generation of cyber-secure technology or pioneering a new kind of information network, they're doing it as one team on a single mission of helping enhance global security.
Northrop Grumman is destined for big things—and the company does whatever it can to ensure that its growing team of employees follows suit by offering tons of opportunities for professional growth. “There are so many opportunities to learn here,” says Lauren Mazzoli, Cyber Software Engineer. “Whether it’s training or graduate courses, the managers really encourage you.”
3. Cornerstone OnDemand
As a company that’s focused on helping businesses recruit and retain quality talent, you can only imagine that Cornerstone dedicates an equal amount of time, attention, and consideration to building its own amazing team.
The company is always searching for potential applicants who meet the company’s “cool” criteria. For Cornerstone, that means being a deep thinker, an interesting person, and someone who has passions in life. Sound like you? Well, you know what to do.
Founded in 1999, TRIOSE works hand-in-hand with hospitals and healthcare companies nationwide to reduce business costs without compromising patient care. From freight, large cargo, and courier management to 3PL consulting, a team of experts is available to assist in benefiting budgets—and ultimately a client’s patients—every shipping step of the way.
The company actively seeks candidates who are comfortable taking initiative and who are excited to excel in their roles. “The most important quality for a potential candidate to possess is the desire to do well in their job,” explains Nicole Gehr, Billing Specialist.
Facebook's mission is to give people the power to build community and bring the world closer together. Through its family of apps and services, Facebook is building a different kind of company that connects billions of people around the world, gives them ways to share what matters most to them, and brings people closer together. Whether creating new products or helping a small business expand its reach, people at Facebook are builders at heart. Its global teams are constantly iterating, solving problems, and working together to empower people around the world to build community and connect in meaningful ways.
The Facebook team is an integrated, transparent community of pioneers encouraged to be their authentic awesome selves at work. And, that’s not just something the company preaches—Facebook puts its money where its mouth is with inclusive hackathons and weekly, no-holds-barred Q&A sessions with CEO Mark Zuckerberg.
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T-Mobile is a place for collaboration, creativity and fast-paced change. As the Un-carrier, and America's most loved wireless company, their 50,000 plus customer-obsessed team members are united in their mission to build the future of technology and change wireless for good.
The benefits of working at T-Mobile are more numerous than the company’s hundreds of open positions, from personalized growth plans and generous paid time off to financial aid for child care, adoption, and surrogacy and awesome deals on T-Mobile plans and products. The company is currently hiring for hundreds of open positions. So, get in while the gettin’ is good!
Trustpilot provides a community-driven review platform where consumers can access authentic business reviews and engage directly with the companies they have done or might do business with.
Achieving the company’s mission is a team sport, and every individual and department plays a key position. “Being part of a growing company is cool in itself, but the best part is the collaborative spirit and energy everyone has to make it a real success," shares Marjan Horsbøl, Head of Tech Communications and Delivery Management.
Vanguard is one of the world's largest investment companies. After 40 years, the organization’s structure remains unique in the industry. Vanguard is client-owned, meaning fund shareholders own the funds, which own Vanguard. Today, the company is widely recognized as a leader in low-cost investing and a steadfast advocate for the interests of investors. Vanguard’s core purpose is "to take a stand for all investors, to treat them fairly, and to give them the best chance for investment success."
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No matter what level you enter the company at—from intern to executive—Vanguard will be sure to invest in your professional development and make sure you succeed. “When I first started here, I actually wasn’t very good at my job, but Vanguard gave me the help and opportunities I needed to get better,” shares Mike Boteilho, Talent Selection and Learning Manager.
Founded in 2010, L2 has rapidly become a trusted source of insights into the digital trends shaping industries today. With members that include Google, Proctor and Gamble, and Sofitel, L2 caters to a diverse array of brands looking to understand and bolster their digital footprints—giving brands a thorough understanding of their digital strengths and weaknesses.
L2 has been growing—and fast. But, the company maintains a tight grip on its awesome and close-knit company culture. “L2 is growing rapidly, but the startup culture permeates throughout. There’s freedom to take real responsibility for projects that will have a direct impact on the company and our clients. And there’s always plenty of support from talented colleagues,” explains Raj Das, Full Stack Engineer.
12. Arrow Electronics
Arrow is the ultimate technological enabler, working directly with partners, suppliers, and manufacturers to understand what’s possible and help them create it. They seek to bridge the gap between the possible and the practical. Arrow encourages its employees to live in the world that doesn’t quite exist yet—the world of Five Years Out.
Arrow blurs the lines between work and play by encouraging a lighthearted environment where all employees are also willing to lend a hand. Centralized trainings help the whole team think as a unit, and there are plenty of bonding initiatives which elevate employees’ relationships to that of friends, mentors, and ultimately, a great team.
Bonus: Arrow’s internship program is one of the best, and the company is currently seeking to fill many open spots for the summer.
13. Champion Realty
Champion Realty achieved its top-dog name by doing more than helping clients with buying and selling homes. In fact, it includes affiliated services that range from lending and settlement services to insurance—which makes things way easier for customers. In addition to providing Maryland with unrivaled service, Champion also focuses on making real estate better with new tech tools and streamlined processes.
Real estate teams tend to breed competition—but that’s a foreign concept for Champion, since the family-like atmosphere promotes sharing over one-upping. Relaxed leaders encourage individual goals, and then sweep in, adding structure to help achieve them.
Outbrain is the brains—and technology—behind those recommendations that can be seen throughout online articles, helping people digitally discover the content most interesting to them. Headquartered in New York City, with a global presence across 16 offices, Outbrain was founded to make advertising better. Top publishers—including CNN and ESPN—utilize Outbrain's technology to redefine their digital landscapes, while top marketers utilize the platform to interact with untapped audiences. Outbrain currently serves more than 275 billion—yes, billion—monthly recommendations to readers.
“What I love about the culture at Outbrain is that they really foster people with different backgrounds, diverse skill sets, and wide ranges of personal experiences,” says Natalie Chan, Senior Marketing Manager.
Bring your own experiences to the office and apply for one of Outbrain’s numerous open roles.
17. Sinclair Broadcast Group
As one of the largest and most diversified television broadcasting companies in the industry, Sinclair Broadcast Group connects people to content everywhere. With over 80 locations nationwide, Sinclair has affiliations with all of TV’s major networks and has a hand in owning, operating, and providing sales services for more television stations than any other company, in addition to being the leading local news provider in the country.
With thousands of employees and broadcasts that reach millions of people each day, there’s no denying that Sinclair is a huge operation. However, the company still makes sure that every voice is heard, that every employee gets a seat at the table when it comes to major decisions, and that all team members are encouraged to be the best versions of themselves.
AT&T is all about communication. So, is it any wonder that it’s a major point of emphasis for employees and management? The company’s leaders keep lines of communication wide open so any issue can be easily voiced and promptly addressed, and so every question can be answered.
The company also gives its employees flexibility to choose their individual work styles. “We are in control of how our projects are running,” elaborates Nancy Dominguez, Traffic Manager. “Deciding what’s best is left up to you.”
Standing for Government Employees Insurance Company, GEICO was originally founded in 1936 to provide quality insurance for government employees and military personnel. Today, GEICO has kept its tradition of exceptional service alive, but has expanded its coverage. GEICO serves over 14 million people across the U.S. and offers a diverse array of policies from auto to homeowners to identity theft insurance.
But it’s so much more than an insurance company—it’s truly a tech company at heart. GEICO's IT Organization is rapidly expanding to keep up with its growth in the digital space. As more and more customers interact with GEICO’s hi-tech digital properties—like automated phone attendants, mobile apps, and web pages—GEICO’s cutting-edge technologies continue to provide its customers exceedingly superior insurance services.
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