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Comcast Careers
Careers - Office Perks
 Endless Possibilities
Office Perks
Endless Possibilities
Now more than ever, Comcast is where careers are established, developed, and transformed. Comcast employees deliver quality entertainment and a range of products to millions of customers—so you could find yourself working on the Olympics one day and developing an innovative new product the next. Continued education is also a major benefit, from trainings at Comcast University to financial support for degree advancement.
Careers - What Comcast Does
 Comcast 101
What Comcast Does
Comcast 101
Since its founding in 1963, Comcast has grown to become the largest broadcasting and cable provider in the world. The company is an industry leader with multiple businesses in radio, TV, movies, sports, theme parks, and more. As Comcast continues its rapid growth into the digital world, the company's on a mission to shape the future of media and technology.
 
 
“If you’re thinking about working for Comcast—don’t think about it. Just do it. One of the really interesting things about Comcast is having so many different companies within the Comcast Corporation. There is room to move—not just up but laterally.”
-Leslie
Principal Software Engineer
 
“If you’re thinking about working for Comcast—don’t think about it. Just do it. One of the really interesting things about Comcast is having so many different companies within the Comcast Corporation. There is room to move—not just up but laterally.”
 
 
“As Comcast grows, the company’s strategic needs become more ambiguous. If you want to work at Comcast, be adaptable and prepared for change. As our company grows in scale and complexity, it’s more important to be flexible.”
-Greg
Director, Strategic Development
 
“As Comcast grows, the company’s strategic needs become more ambiguous. If you want to work at Comcast, be adaptable and prepared for change. As our company grows in scale and complexity, it’s more important to be flexible.”