Better Jobs With Companies That Care - April 26, 2017
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FEATURED COMPANY THAT CARES: VERIZON
Telecommunication giant Verizon wants YOU. Yup, you read that correctly. Their reach is massive, and they’re looking at some of the best and brightest minds (aka you) to help them continue to prosper. What’s in it for you, you ask? Wellllll, have you ever thought of heading back to school? Check, they’ve got tuition assistance. Starting or adding to your family? Check, excellent parental leave policies. Secure your financial future? Check, 401k, bonuses and profit-sharing. All the boxes are checked off and more - what are you waiting for?
Here are more great opportunities from companies that care about women. For even more, be sure to check out our jobs page. It's ok, feel free to be greedy.
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