Are you looking for a new job? We know the job search process can be challenging. That's why we've compiled this list of 23 awesome companies that are all hiring right now.

So read on, practice your elevator pitch, and land your next job at one of these great companies.

1. Asurion

Asurion helps people protect, connect, and enjoy the latest tech. From software engineers developing the latest and greatest mobile apps to technical support experts solving everyday problems, Asurion helps customers unlock the potential of technology.

Great leadership characterizes Asurion’s management style—which means leaders provide excellent guidance and real-time feedback. Titles aren’t important, and employees consider themselves part of a network—not a hierarchy. This even playing field encourages collaboration, autonomy, and unique coaching that prepares career blueprints for individuals.

2. Zynga

Zynga aims to connect people through social gaming experiences, and is known for developing some of the world's most popular programs. From FarmVille, Zynga Poker, and Words With Friends to Hit it Rich! and CSR Racing, the company’s creations are played by millions of people around the world each and every day. As mobile and web gaming surpass even email in terms of time spent online, Zynga is poised to take over the industry. Incredible opportunities are available in the group’s U.S., Canada, U.K., and India offices.

Any creative endeavor takes courage and vulnerability to undertake, and at Zynga, employees thrive in an environment that encourages risk-taking, honest dialogue, and constructive criticism. Employees are rewarded through a “thank you” note system, and even the office space—with its bright, open environments balanced with private work rooms—contributes to the feeling of openness at Zynga.

3. TOMS

TOMS’ One-for-One business model provides shoes and other services to children and people in need around the world, One-for-One, for every product purchased. Since its inception in 2006, the organization has helped restore eyesight, given shoes, provided clean drinking water, supported safe birthing services, and promoted youth bullying prevention and response programs for millions of people, globally.

Employees at TOMS are given the autonomy to complete various types of projects within their departments and across the company. Staff is encouraged to think creatively to achieve the desired outcome, and during the course of each assignment, each person is encouraged to approach their manager or anyone else in the company to ask questions and receive complete support.

4. eMarketer

Established in 1996, eMarketer is the first place to look when you need data on digital. eMarketer offers data and insights essential to effective performance in the digital world, with a focus on understanding how consumers spend their time and money and how marketers can best communicate with them via digital channels.

Collaboration is at the core of eMarketer's culture. Team members pride themselves on building strong working relationships both within their own teams and cross-functionally. Workplace culture is inclusive of all employees and ranges from weekly chats with the CEO to intramural sports teams.

5. Banfield Pet Hospital

Founded as a veterinary practice in 1955, Banfield Pet Hospital, a subsidiary of the Mars corporation, has grown to nearly 1000 hospitals in 42 states, as well as DC and Puerto Rico. Together with its clients—and the millions of pets treated each year—Banfield is working to shape the future of veterinary medicine.

Managers at Banfield work as guiding factors when it comes to leading their teams. They work with their staff to outline what issues need to be solved—but how those solutions are accomplished is left to the discretion of team members. Banfield believes that having faith in associates motivates them to take ownership and deliver excellence.

6. SmartBear

SmartBear is behind the software that powers over 20,000 of the world's most innovative organizations. More than six million people use its tools to build, test, and monitor great software, faster.
SmartBear's high-impact tools are easy to try, easy to buy, and easy to use. The tools are backed by a team of people passionate about helping people create software that transforms the world.
Those tools are SmartBear tools. That team is SmartBear.

For SmartBear management, it’s important to understand each team member on a professional and personal level—not a blanket approach. Team members are given complete ownership of their day-to-day tasks because SmartBear is confident that the people brought on board will strive to reach the goals set out by leaders.

7. PagerDuty

PagerDuty is a leader in digital operations management. In an always-on world, organizations of all sizes trust PagerDuty to help them deliver a perfect digital experience to their customers, every time. Teams use PagerDuty to identify issues and opportunities in real time, and bring together the right people to fix problems faster and to help prevent them in the future. From digital disruptors to Fortune 500 companies, over 12,000 businesses rely on PagerDuty to help them continually improve their digital operations—so their teams can spend less time reacting and more time building for the future.

PagerDuty takes learning and growth seriously—it's a workplace where people can grow their careers and chart a path that aligns with their specific goals. At PagerDuty, teams are encouraged to own what they build while managers provide employees with the support needed to grow in whatever direction they choose.

8. Good Apple

Good Apple is a nimble, boutique media agency focused on targeted digital media planning and buying in the independent media marketplace. By establishing deep publisher relationships with clients, the company is able to create innovative and efficient campaigns that integrate analytics, improve results, and draw in the audiences most likely to engage with client brands.

According to team members, since Good Apple Digital is still a boutique media agency, employees have the unique opportunity to show off their individual talents and have them noticed by their managers. As opposed to other offices—where people might wait two or more years to be promoted—the company bases a Good Apple’s growth on merit and performance—not time.

9. BAE Systems

BAE Systems turns defense, aerospace, and security blueprints into tangible realities by partnering with government agencies and other forces in the industry. From delivering technology and cyber solutions to equipping the military with superior resources and optimizing aircraft and intelligence, BAE Systems tackles each project and delivers end results that transcend what previously seemed impossible.

BAE Systems balances fun with giving back by finding ways to blend the two—which means every office 5k or community service event is packed with laughs and an honorable mission. In addition to military and veteran support initiatives and other community service efforts, BAE Systems employees also regularly bond at happy hours, trips to pro sports games, and sporadic office celebrations.

10. 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.

11. 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.

One cool thing about working with a travel organization is the opportunity to embrace the industry as an individual. Employees at Booking.com can take advantage of each deal they close—creating even more incentive to bring the best prices to the public—and are even rewarded with the display of their coolest travel photos posted in company conference rooms all around the world.

12. Viventium

Viventium creates customized, easy-to-use human capital management solutions—including payroll, HR, talent acquisition, and time and attendance—that bring clients unbeatable analytics and timely business insights. Viventium's three pillars of software, service, and power of choice drive its commitment to delivering remarkable service to its clients, with every employee working toward that goal. In this way, Viventium can detect potential problems, as well as areas for improvement, in order to alert businesses about issues before they actually arise.

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At Viventium, mentor-mentee relationships abound, rather than managerial-employee relationships. Leadership and employee, or peer-to-peer, everyone takes personal pride in passing on whatever knowledge they have in an area another is looking to learn. Pairs often schedule one-on-one meetings to discuss challenges and offer advice on moving forward personally and professionally.

13. First Media

First Media is an industry-leading publisher providing content for the savvy millennial woman. Comprising several multi-platform brands, First Media helps women live happier, more fulfilled lives. Its brands—Blossom, So Yummy, Blusher and BabyFirst TV—have all established massive, incredibly loyal female audiences. As a result, First Media regularly produces the most viewed and shared content in the world—Blossom and So Yummy are the number one and number two pages on Facebook in terms of views per post, and BabyFirst is viewed by 60 million US TV homes. Through these platforms, First Media is able to offer brand partners highly customized campaigns with unparalleled results.

First Media values creativity above all else. The company's expansive reach means that employees' hard work doesn't go unnoticed—it gets published for millions of people to see in a short amount of time, and for a lot of team members, that's the most fulfilling feeling in the world.

14. Empyrean

Empyrean is a top-tier HR tech and service company that supports a business’ imminent need to deliver compliant health and welfare benefits across a broad range of employees. The organization offers state-of-the-art technology and professional human resource domain expertise to help reduce costs and provide higher levels of service to each client’s employees.

Through its company-wide program, Empyrean Shares, each employee can make a difference with up to eight paid hours per year to volunteer for select charitable causes. People from all across the organization come together to research and arrange different philanthropic efforts for employees to participate in—which have included food and toy drives, mentor programs, and volunteer days with Habitat For Humanity.

15. Goosehead Insurance

Founded in 2003, Goosehead Insurance is changing the face of the insurance industry, making the search for great coverage a piece of cake. As one of the largest independent U.S. insurance agencies, Goosehead is committed to finding the best possible coverage and rates—and because it works simultaneously with different carriers, Goosehead finds clients multiple options and excellent deals.

Employees at Goosehead are a true team. Not only do they support each other around the office and work together toward a common growth goal, they also choose to spend their free time together as roommates, running-mates, gym-mates, and friends. They enjoy each other’s company in and outside of the office, and never tire of meeting up for a night on the town, volunteering in the community, or carpooling to work.

16. Wealthfront

Wealthfront is reimagining how people invest their money. By building an automated investment service from the ground up to put the client first, Wealthfront is paving the way for a new generation of investors to achieve their financial goals. The company believes this is a once-in-a-generation opportunity to change an industry and build something new—something different—something better.

Wealthfront has the fastest growing source of data on how people make real-world investing decisions. Investors don't always act rationally and analyzing the data Wealthfront gathers allows them to better assist their clients when they're making choices with their money. Wealthfront uses data both to optimize their existing products and motivate the next generation of innovation.

17. Chick-fil-A

Chick-fil-A is a nationwide chain of quick-service restaurants known for a particularly delicious chicken sandwich. With the guiding principle of serving others, the company has experienced a remarkable 50 consecutive years of growth since its founding in 1967. Today, Chick-fil-A is focused on continuing to innovate and improve in order to serve and nourish communities. The company believes that work should be full of life, that employees should be able to connect the dots between what they do and why it matters—which is why Chick-fil-A takes great care of its employees while offering a warm, familial workplace environment.

When it comes to staff, Chick-fil-A is looking for diverse candidates who bring a variety of skills and mindsets to the table, all with the goal of serving people. The company seeks individuals of character and integrity who are passionate about collaborating with a team and synthesizing different ideas in pursuit of a greater purpose.

18. Comscore

Headquartered in Reston, Virginia, and with more than 30 offices spread across 20 countries, Comscore employs over 1,700 creative professionals dedicated to the collection, analysis, and synthesis of data to measure what matters, making cross-platform audiences and advertising more valuable. Comscore is the trusted partner for planning, transacting, and evaluating media across platforms. Comscore is pioneering the future of cross-platform media measurement, arming organizations with the insights they need to make decisions with confidence.

ComScore knows that in addition to working on really challenging, innovative projects together, co-workers—who are first and foremost friends—enjoy spending time together in a more causal setting. That’s why the Portland office hosts all kinds of hackathons, happy hours, corn hole competitions, video game tournaments, and events. It knows that the family that plays together, stays—and invents—together.

19. Veeam

The world is undergoing an intelligence revolution. Companies are using data to make better and faster decisions, and there are massive amounts of it that can no longer be contained in data centers—that’s where Veeam Software comes in. Veeam is a leading intelligent data management company that has offices in over 30 countries and is experiencing unprecedented growth—for good reason. They offer seamless data flow across multi-cloud infrastructures and ultimate data access, protection, and recovery management.

Veeam Cares is an employee-driven, company-supported program that empowers employees to help friends, strangers, and anyone who needs assistance. Every Veeam employee is given 24 hours a year to volunteer for a nonprofit of their choice. Through the program, Veeam team members have upgraded the grounds of a cancer center in Russia, empowered economic growth in Cambodia by funding piglets, and more to change the world for the better.

20. Palo Alto Networks

At Palo Alto Networks, employees are winning the battle against cybersecurity threats. The organization drives an innovative vision of prevention different from anywhere else—forcing the industry, and the world, to change the way it thinks about protection. With a culture that embraces authenticity, collaboration, and ground-breaking innovation, the team at Palo Alto Networks is unlike any other in the world as it protects the digital way of life.

Cybersecurity is an ever-changing field, one in which time is of the essence and mere seconds are critical. That’s why Palo Alto Networks is structured so that employees can quickly and efficiently deploy new solutions for digital security. The company encourages an environment where thoughtful risk-taking is encouraged in order to achieve high execution speeds and continuous innovation.

21. Ellevest

Ellevest exists to close the investing gap with an innovating digital investing and planning platform for women. This mission goes beyond just marketing to women—the investment advice tool was shaped around 200 hours of women’s interviews and 500 different economic scenarios. By fusing research into every decision, the startup is assembling a company for the long-term—with meticulous attention to detail in everything from the platform’s interface to its daily operations.

Ellevest is an early-stage company led by a team of seasoned leaders. For a fast-growing startup, Ellevest minds the details, especially when it comes to creating an environment where a diverse team of people can thrive. Ellevest considers culture to be much more than its wine fridge and beautiful office. When it comes to hiring, the team looks for a culture add—rather than fit—to ensure diverse perspectives are at work leveling the playing field in finance.

22. Asana

Asana is a leading work management platform, helping more than 70,000 organizations and millions of users across 195 countries organize and manage all of their work, including AB-InBev, Airbnb, KLM Air France, NASA, Overstock.com, Uber, Viessmann Group, and Vox Media. Asana has been named a Top 5 Best Place to Work by FORTUNE three years in a row, and one of Glassdoor’s and Inc.’s Best Places to Work. Headquartered in San Francisco with offices in New York, Dublin, Sydney, Vancouver, and Reykjavík, Asana is always looking for curious, collaborative people to be a part of our inclusive culture and help us achieve our mission.

Asana gives its employees autonomy to manage individual work schedules, allowing all Asanas to have a life outside of their careers—and giving working parents free time to tend to family responsibilities. By placing an emphasis on passions instead of punching the clock, Asana enables its teams to work diligently yet flexibly at a healthy pace, supporting an enjoyable work-life balance without burn out.

23. GEICO

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.

GEICO works hard to strike a balance between work and play—and it even makes a point to support its associates’ post-work passions. Love to run? GEICO sponsors a number of races each year in locations across the country, and it covers registration for interested employees—allowing them to race for free as they pursue the thrill of victory.



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