6 Companies That Want to Hire You Now
Here at The Muse, it's our job to give you an insider look at the best workplaces around.
And today, we're giving you a tour of our newest partner companies. From the name behind the tastiest sandwiches around to a style brand that lets you work whenever and wherever you'd like, these six companies are pretty awesome (and all hiring, too!).
In 2010, H.Bloom set out with the mission to introduce innovation into the floral industry. Now the fastest growing floral and plant service in the world, H.Bloom creates high-quality, hand delivered bouquets and installations for individuals and businesses alike.
Washington, DC and New York
Founded in 2008, 2U partners with top-tier universities to make selective graduate degree and undergraduate programs available to students online. 2U provides universities with the technologies, infrastructure, and capital they need to transform their on-campus programs into high-quality, web-based programs and gives its students access to the tools they need to be successful in their courses.
'wichcraft is an innovative sandwich service like no other. For over 10 years, 'wichcraft has been at the forefront of the farm-to-table movement, sourcing ingredients from artisan producers and local farmers. Known for crafting sandwiches with fresh, high-quality ingredients, 'wichcraft puts a chef’s expertise into its menu of sandwiches for breakfast, lunch, or dinner.
Founded in 2003, Bionest Partners is a strategy consultancy company specializing in the life sciences. Working with everyone from startups to mid-sized biotech companies to big pharma firms, the company's expert consultants advise clients on strategic, financial, and operational issues around the world.
5. J. Hilburn
Want to try your hand at entrepreneurship? J. Hilburn has a simple, yet brilliant business model that allows independent stylists to earn income, sell custom products, develop relationships, and learn without large start up costs, typical brick and mortar overheads, or minimums. Stylists don't need a degree in fashion or sales, either—J. Hilburn provides training and offers extensive support as well as the freedom to choose your own hours.
Thinkful teaches students how to code through mentorship, from programming fundamentals to building web and mobile apps. The Thinkful learning experience includes a curated curriculum, a dynamic online community, and one-on-one training with a mentor to support students as they learn. As part of a growing network of professional engineers and learners, students gain hands-on, real-world experience by coding a portfolio of projects from scratch.
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