Employees in Asana's San Francisco office

There’s no doubt about it: Opportunities to work in tech abound. You could join a technology-centric company like Esri, or find a technical role in a completely different kind of business, including media (The Washington Post), banking (Capital One), and vacation rentals (Vrbo).

On this list, you’ll find a mix of employers from a range of industries who are hiring for both tech and non-tech roles, from front-end developers to account managers.

Whether you’re an experienced data scientist or someone looking to break into tech, read on to learn more about these 17 companies and their latest job openings.

1. Asurion

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Working at 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.

2. Asana

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Asana culture
Working at 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.

3. E*TRADE

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Working at E*TRADE

More than 30 years ago, E*TRADE—a financial services organization—pioneered the online brokerage industry by executing the first-ever online trade placed by an individual investor. Since then, the company has continued to challenge conventions and put customers first. Today, E*TRADE advocates for all investors through its powerful technology and professional guidance.

4. Quantcast

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Working at Quantcast

Online audiences are far from homogeneous, and Quantcast helps its clients take advantage of that through innovative technologies and large-scale data analyses. Started in 2006, Quantcast’s mission is to build the audience platform to radically simplify advertising on the open internet. With Quantcast's tools, clients can effectively monetize their digital media marketing spaces and tailor advertising to appeal to the preferences of individual users.

5. Allstate

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Working at Allstate

More than just an insurance company, Allstate is a consumer-focused, data-driven company that’s constantly redefining what it means to be protected. Through its commitment to growth and innovation over the last 88 years, Allstate is establishing itself as a leader of new technology in the industry. 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 opportunities around the globe, Allstate is hiring in an array of areas from marketing and product pricing to software engineering and data analytics to corporate relations and beyond.

6. Capital One

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Working at Capital One

Daring to dream, disrupt, and deliver a better way to bank for customers, Capital One brings ingenuity, simplicity, and humanity to the financial industry. The financial services company provides domestic credit and debit cards and offers financing, deposits, and lending activities, delivering great value to people across the country.

7. Yext

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Yext culture
Working at Yext

The customer journey starts with a question, and every day consumers search for answers about brands. However, they are increasingly served false or misleading information from sources other than the brand. Yext, the search experience cloud company, exists to help brands regain and maintain a direct relationship with their customers. With a mission to provide perfect answers everywhere, Yext puts businesses in control of their facts online by delivering brand verified answers straight from the source—wherever their customers are searching.

8. Esri

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Esri culture
Working at Esri

Esri is the market leader in geographic information system (GIS) software, location intelligence, and mapping. Its technology combines the science of geography with the power of GIS—think high-tech maps—to make the world work better. By enabling customers to design more efficient cities, deliver clean water and electricity, fight crime, slow climate change, and stamp out disease, Esri is helping create the maps that run the world and shape the future.

9. Squarespace

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Squarespace culture
Working at Squarespace

Squarespace empowers millions of people—from individuals and local artists to entrepreneurs shaping the world’s most iconic businesses—to share their stories and create an impactful, stylish, and easy-to-manage online presence. Squarespace’s team of more than 950 is headquartered in downtown New York City, with offices in Dublin and Portland.

10. Vrbo

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Vrbo culture
Working at Vrbo

Vrbo, a world leader in the vacation rental industry, is the place to book beach houses, cabins, and condos with more than two million places to stay in 190 countries. The site makes it easy to find and book the perfect vacation rental for any getaway, often for less than the cost of traditional hotel accommodations. Vrbo is part of the Expedia Group family of brands.

11. NAVEX Global

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NAVEX Global culture
Working at NAVEX Global

NAVEX Global provides clients around the world with ethics and compliance software, content, and services that help protect organizations, their people, and their bottom line. NAVEX Global’s software suite draws from the largest ethics and compliance community in the world, creating one-of-a-kind opportunities for employees to take on diverse data projects, learn new skill sets, and create cutting-edge technologies.

12. The Washington Post

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Working at The Washington Post

Founded in 1877, the 67 Pulitzer Prize-winning Post is one of the world’s most storied media and media technology companies. Purchased by Amazon founder Jeff Bezos in 2013, and named the eighth most innovative media company in 2018 by Fast Company—and still on the list today—The Post has emerged, disrupting the era in journalism by positioning itself as the leader in technology.

13. WW

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Working at WW

WW is a global wellness company and the world’s leading commercial weight management program. It inspires millions of people to adopt healthy habits for real life. Through its engaging digital experience and face-to-face group meetings, members follow a livable and sustainable program that encompasses healthy eating, physical activity, and positive mindset. With more than five decades of experience in building communities and a deep expertise in behavioral science, WW aims to deliver wellness for all.

14. Wealthfront

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Wealthfront culture
Working at Wealthfront

Wealthfront is reimagining how people invest their money by turning the banking industry on its head. Through its automated investment service that puts consumers first, the company is paving the way for a new generation of savers to achieve their financial goals. Wealthfront believes this is a once-in-a-generation opportunity to change an industry and build something new—something different—something better.

15. Lord Abbett

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Lord Abbett culture
Working at Lord Abbett

As one of the oldest money management firms in the country, Lord Abbett has provided generations of clients with a quality investment experience, helping them to reach their financial goals. The privately held firm, founded in 1929, is known for its active, team-based approach to asset management, its long history of asset management expertise, and its suite of intelligently designed products, which seek to deliver long-term investment performance.

16. Kenna Security

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Working at Kenna Security

Founded in 2010, Kenna Security delivers a SaaS cybersecurity platform that helps enterprises quantify and manage cyber risk. The Kenna Security Platform uses machine learning algorithms to correlate global threats with customer’s internal applications and technologies to measure their true risk, predict attacks, and prioritize remediation. Kenna Security has clients across all verticals and sizes—from the financial industry, to airline carriers, to retail, and more—and helping those clients reduce their risk is a rewarding experience for employees.

17. BlackLine

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BlackLine culture
Working at BlackLine

BlackLine is a software company that automates and controls the financial close processes for midsize and large organizations, helping accounting keep pace and support the business in a fast-changing world. The company’s platform delivers deep, proven, end-to-end functionality that ensures finance transformation success for their customers, now and in the future. When you join their team, you become part of a unique and diverse culture that works hard, plays hard, and supports your personal and professional growth.



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