Job searching can feel overwhelming at times, but we're here to help. That's why we've compiled this list of 20 great companies that are all hiring right now.

So keep reading, get your resume in order, and apply at one of these amazing companies.

1. State of Connecticut

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State of Connecticut culture
Working at State of Connecticut

Employing thousands of public servants dedicated to providing a safe and thriving environment for Connecticut's inhabitants, the State of Connecticut is studded with numerous educational, cultural, and recreational services that positively impact citizens and businesses. In fulfilling that mission, successful employees at the State of Connecticut enjoy staying in tune with their community, making an impactful contribution to society, and creating a prosperous future for the state.

As the largest and most diversified employer in Connecticut, employees can do almost anything working with the State of Connecticut. Operating in a large range of industries—from biochemistry to information technology, engineering to law enforcement, nursing to social work—it's easy for prospective employees to find a career path that resonates with them.

2. Booking.com

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Booking.com culture
Working at Booking.com

A lot can be done at Booking.com. Users can search and book any kind of accommodation, from over 28 million listings in more than 130,000 destinations. They can find fun things to do while there. And when it comes to getting around—whether that’s to and from the airport, or a set of wheels to explore with—Booking.com has that covered too.

Booking.com is a welcoming, accepting, and collaborative environment where everyone works together to succeed. Employees feel confident that their teammates will always support them. And, should an employee have a goal of moving up within the company, their manager will help them establish a plan and see it through.

3. Rain Bird

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Rain Bird culture
Working at Rain Bird

Rain Bird Corporation—and its subsidiaries around the world—design, manufacture, and market top quality irrigation products serving farms, golf courses, sports arenas, commercial developments, and homes in more than 130 countries around the world. They craft innovative water-saving irrigation products that make beautiful landscapes and golf courses and grow productive agricultural crops while advocating for the Intelligent Use of Water.

Rain Bird values different ideas and points of view. They put a deliberate effort on hiring highly qualified candidates who come from a diverse range of backgrounds and represent different nationalities and ethnicities in their company locations around the world. Diversity and respect for individual differences are part of Rain Bird's core corporate beliefs and values.

4. Brilliant Earth

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Brilliant Earth culture
Working at Brilliant Earth

Brilliant Earth is one of the largest e-commerce jewelers in the United States and the leader in ethical origin fine jewelry. Founded in 2005, Brilliant Earth has been featured in Time, Forbes, the Today Show, and Vogue. The company is passionate about cultivating a more ethical, transparent, and sustainable jewelry industry.

Brilliant Earth team members are mission-minded individuals who strive to make a positive impact, and are passionate about creating beautiful jewelry. At Brilliant Earth, people are celebrated for their victories—both big and small—and are positively influenced by their colleagues to put their best foot forward every day.

5. Lockheed Martin

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Lockheed Martin culture
Working at Lockheed Martin

Founded in Bethesda, Maryland in 1912, Lockheed Martin has become an industry leader in both the global security and aerospace areas. The company’s team of experts research existing advancements and technologies, then design and develop their own unique products and services that support missions spanning from the depths of the sea to the far reaches of outer space.

At Lockheed Martin, employees maintain what is termed a 9/80 work schedule, meaning they work nine hours a day for 80 hours and then take every other Friday off for an extended weekend. Employees enjoy this program for the flexibility it provides in terms of work-life balance, allowing for more travel and planning of personal errands that might otherwise be difficult to complete.

6. LiveRamp

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LiveRamp culture
Working at LiveRamp

LiveRamp is on a mission to connect the digital and physical world—helping companies to leverage the power of identity resolution to create innovative products and services that improve the world. As a team, LiveRamp is building expertise in a technology that will solve colossal problems for many industries in the coming years. As individuals, they're gaining experience that's not only relevant to improving the consumer experience with marketing, but experience that will also be equally valuable in the medical, energy, connected homes, self-driving cars, and a multitude of other industries. And given the company's values and culture, LiveRamp is proud to solve these problems in a high integrity way that’s great for customers and respectful of real people.

Something that LiveRamp isn’t short on is company traditions. From around the world happy hours where individuals get to learn about each other's cultures to industry events that bring together various customers and partners, there's always something big going on to get involved with.

7. Trustwave

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Trustwave culture
Working at Trustwave

Trustwave employees are excited to provide their clients with smartly managed cybersecurity services that help protect people’s privacy, fight cybercrime, and reduce online risk overall. Trustwave’s comprehensive and impressive portfolio of offerings includes in-depth security testing, expert consulting, customized technology solutions, and extensive cybersecurity education. Trustwave is the global security arm of Singtel, Optus, and NCS.

Trustwave knows that a healthy body is the first step to a happy spirit, so it’s important to the company that its employees focus on their fitness. From inter-office workout groups and personal trainers to cross-departmental softball and kickball competitions, there are always ample opportunities for Trustwave employees to enjoy a little exercise with fellow friends and co-workers.

8. Jackson Hewitt

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Jackson Hewitt culture
Working at Jackson Hewitt

Jackson Hewitt® is always seeking to improve its financial products, promotions, and partnerships so clients get more. Jackson Hewitt is an innovator, a top-20 retailer with nearly 6,000 locations, and on a mission to change the face of the tax industry.

Jackson Hewitt is proud to offer free tax training as well as continuing education for tax preparers all across the country. With nearly 6,000 locations to choose from, there's likely a Jackson Hewitt storefront or Walmart location nearby. Jackson Hewitt's tax preparers enjoy not only robust training and education, but flexible scheduling and various rewards too.

9. Liberty Mutual

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Liberty Mutual culture
Working at Liberty Mutual

When people feel a sense of security, they're free to relax, venture out, and live their life to the fullest. That’s the feeling Liberty Mutual aims to bring to the world every day. Since 1912, Liberty Mutual has been a global leader in property and casualty insurance, with a passion for protecting and preserving people’s lives and dreams in more than 30 countries—and that absolutely includes its employees. Liberty Mutual's 50,000 person global team is made up of unique thinkers, visionaries, and doers who enjoy working for an evolving company with a deep sense of humanity and commitment to diversity, inclusion, and philanthropy. This means that employees are able to do what they love and go to work knowing that what they do truly matters.

Liberty Mutual's CEO David Long made a commitment to diversity when he signed the CEO Action for Diversity & Inclusion™, joining hundreds of other companies across the country whose mission it is to advance diverse and inclusive workforces. That top-down mentality has trickled throughout the entire organization—because when it comes to building a genuine sense of belonging, everyone has to be all in.

10. Gap Inc.

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Gap Inc. culture
Working at Gap Inc.

Doris and Don Fisher opened the first Gap store in 1969 with a simple idea—to make it easier to find a pair of jeans and a commitment to do more. Over the last 46 years, the company has grown from a single store to a global fashion business with five brands—Gap, Banana Republic, Old Navy, Athleta, and Intermix. Gap's clothes are available in 90 countries worldwide through 3,300 company-operated stores, almost 400 franchise stores, and e-commerce sites and is still growing.

Gap Inc. employees are given the autonomy to be hands-on decision makers from day one. The company's leadership assumes a supportive role and applies a collaborative management style. Gap Inc. empowers employees to speak up and take action, offering the guidance and insight to help them transform their suggestions into strategies.

11. VSA Partners

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VSA Partners culture
Working at VSA Partners

Design is not only a craft, but a tool for achieving business objectives—and VSA Partners is a master of both. The design-driven agency works across branding, design, and marketing to create unified customer experiences. The creative, strategic team offers end-to-end capabilities with pristine execution—and targeted results that help clients meet their business goals.

VSAers take advantage of a range of professional development opportunities. Whether it's conferences or internal Lunch-and-Learns, individuals from different departments are engaged with the industry's latest trends. There's a focus on allowing staff to engage with one another—while also keeping a pulse on what’s important to their clients.

12. BCG Digital Ventures

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BCG Digital Ventures culture
Working at BCG Digital Ventures

BCG Digital Ventures aims to insert startup-based innovation into the corporate world. The organization creates new profit pools for its corporate partners and transforms corporations into disruptive market forces by reinvigorating their current models with new designs and technology, sophisticated product management, and revolutionary business initiatives.

The BCG Digital Ventures New York office located at Hudson Yards is a unique and beautifully designed space. The company made it a point to avoid the stereotypical office and instead designed a space made for collisions. Whether it’s in headquarters or downstairs at the Highline Café, it’s a space meant for people across disciplines to meet and create together.

13. VIZIO

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VIZIO culture
Working at VIZIO

Since 2003, VIZIO has brought smart, innovative electronics to life—and to market—so people could experience the things they love with unparalleled quality. Today, the company's top-selling TVs, displays, audio devices, and other consumer electronics continue to align with the brand's mission of creating beautifully simple products that redefine "smart" while putting the consumer first. Beyond delivering innovative and quality electronics, VIZIO is creating career opportunities for engineers to work with a next generation data analytics platform, which is working to collect meaningful data and change how the industry works.

For a multi-billion dollar brand whose name is synonymous with technology and innovation, VIZIO has a collaborative, open, entrepreneurial culture that inspires employees to bring unique ideas to help drive the business forward—and create the best solutions for consumers. The products may be all about technology, but the company is all about its people—demonstrated by the fact that VIZIO promotes from within and encourages cross-functional teamwork.

14. CSC

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CSC culture
Working at CSC

CSC ® is the world’s leading provider of business, legal, tax, and digital brand services to companies around the world. From keeping businesses in compliance and streamlining operations, to protecting and promoting brands online, CSC uses expertise and a personal approach to create a competitive edge that helps clients perform at their best. Headquartered in Wilmington, Delaware, CSC has offices throughout the U.S., Canada, Europe, and the Asia-Pacific region.
Visit www.cscglobal.com/careers to learn more.

Being genuine is a core company value—CSC employees take a direct, open, and honest approach with each other—and leaders offer real-time feedback. Applicants should be prepared to answer questions about integrity, problem-solving, and working on a team—but the best advice for someone interviewing is to come prepared, and be authentic.

15. CSAA Insurance Group

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CSAA Insurance Group culture
Working at CSAA Insurance Group

CSAA Insurance Group, a AAA insurer, creates AAA Members for life by fulfilling its promise to be there when members are in need. It’s one of the top personal lines property and casualty insurance groups in the United States, offering automobile, homeowners, and other lines of insurance to over 17 million people. CSAA Insurance Group employees are deeply committed to exceptional customer service. Frontline claims and service insurance professionals dedicate their careers to helping AAA Members with caring and personal service. During catastrophes—from devastating wildfires to severe storms across the nation—employees from every department get involved.

Employees at CSAA Insurance Group enjoy all kinds of exciting job perks. Every person receives an extra 24 hours of paid time off to volunteer with an organization of their choice, tuition reimbursement programs are available for all, and the company runs a Vitality Program that allows people to qualify for extra benefits based on their physical wellbeing.

16. The Medici Group

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The Medici Group culture
Working at The Medici Group

The Medici Group is a strategy firm that helps companies innovate and teaches them how to continue innovating by explicitly leveraging the diversity of their team. The firm’s approach shows organizations how they can innovate faster, from ideation and evaluation to selection and execution, by activating the diverse experiences, skills, cultures and perspectives of their employees. The firm is passionate about rewriting the ways companies do business—enabling clients to grow new revenue streams, develop leaders, and increase their speed and agility.

Diversity is a core value at The Medici Group, and is reflected in the team. Medicians hail from all corners of the world with prior careers in teaching, public health, luxury goods, finance, fashion, tech, and performing arts, among others. At any given moment, there might be three languages being spoken in the kitchen, game design happening in the conference room, and laughter in the lounge.

17. Epsilon

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Epsilon culture
Working at Epsilon

After scoping out a brand’s ideal audience and creating messages to engage those customers, Epsilon helps connect with them for long-term business—with a sense of loyalty to match. The global marketing company factors in relevant data, technology solutions, and creative services to be an all-encompassing marketing shop that leads the way in successful modern marketing.

Though in-house breakfasts and an Executive Development Program sweeten the deal inside the office, a lot of the best perks are beyond the modern cubes—for instance, a lake on the property that makes for leisurely lunch strolls. There’s also numerous informal networking opportunities—and associates can also take advantage of volunteer opportunities to help get the team away from the office.

18. Glaukos Corporation

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Glaukos Corporation culture
Working at Glaukos Corporation

Since its release of iStent®, a device that can help reduce eye pressure and may reduce reliance on glaucoma medications, Glaukos has pioneered Micro-Invasive Glaucoma Surgery, or MIGS, in order to revolutionize the traditional glaucoma treatment and management paradigm. Glaukos combines solid research, creative engineers, and a flexible management style to create products that improve the lives of patients on a global scale.

Glaukos employees work hard, but they also find time to bond with their co-workers over shared hobbies, like volunteering, woodturning, bowling, and hiking—and by going out to together for lunch or trivia night. These outside interests and experiences help co-workers get to know each other better, which strengthens the team.

19. Braintree

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Braintree culture
Working at Braintree

Founded in 2007 in a small office in Chicago, Braintree has grown to three offices and five different cities around the world. Braintree works to help its clients accept a number of different methods of online payment—making it easier for merchants to expand their businesses. Braintree’s list of clients includes major companies such as Airbnb, LivingSocial, and GitHub.

Having fun with your co-workers and doing cool things is an integral part of the Braintree creed. The team often celebrates the company and each other with activities that include drinks, games, and even Taylor Swift dance parties. The yearly highlight of Braintree’s team bonding is the company retreat. This year’s event? An epic Six Flags excursion.

20. PVH

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PVH culture
Working at PVH

With a history dating back over 135 years, PVH is one of the most admired fashion and lifestyle companies in the world. PVH powers brands that drive fashion forward for good, including the iconic CALVIN KLEIN, TOMMY HILFIGER, Van Heusen, IZOD, ARROW, Speedo, Warner’s, Olga and Geoffrey Beene brands, as well as the digital-centric True & Co. intimates’ brand. With over 38,000 associates, PVH is deeply invested in providing an inclusive environment where every individual is valued. The core values—passion, integrity, individuality, partnership, and accountability—embody who PVH is as a company, guide company decisions, and inspire PVH team members.

Driven by a team of people who enjoy connecting with and motivating others, the culture of PVH is collaborative, innovative, and respectful. PVH believes in supporting and rewarding people who have unique ideas and the strength of character to bring them to life, so associates are consistently encouraged to uncover and embrace their leadership capabilities.



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