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Better Jobs With Companies That Care – April 6, 2017

Need help steering your career? (Who doesn’t). Thankfully, companies like Viacom have folded mentorship into their employee support system so you don’t have to go it alone. PowerToFly is here to help you on your journey, too. But don’t sleep on the first step - complete your profile on PowerToFly and apply to companies that care today!


FEATURED COMPANY THAT CARES: THRIVE GLOBAL

Are you jaded by your daily grind? Thrive Global is looking to change that. They recognize that a company can only be as good as its team, so they offer organizations science-backed solutions to discourage the stress and burnout that accompany our typical workday. Joining Thrive means reaping the benefits of such policies. In their sleek SoHo office, you will receive a range of wellness benefits, generous PTO and health, dental, and vision insurance. Thrive takes companies that care to a whole new level.

Check out additional open positions from companies that care, too! And for even more great opportunities, be sure to check out our jobs page.

Apple - Data Tools Training and Support Specialist - Santa Clara, CA

Apple - Sales Planning Lead, U.S. Consumer - Santa Clara, CA

LiveSafe, Inc. - Backend Engineer - Arlington, VA

LiveSafe, Inc. - DevOps Engineer - Arlington, VA

LiveSafe, Inc. - Software Engineer in Test - Arlington, VA

LiveSafe, Inc. - Backend Integration Engineer - Arlington, VA

LiveSafe, Inc. - Product Marketing Manager - Arlington, VA

LiveSafe, Inc. - Sales Engineer - Arlington, VA

Amazon.com - Email Marketing Manager - Seattle, WA

Amazon.com - Software Engineer - Austin, TX

Thrive Global - Sr. Rails Engineer - New York, NY

Thrive Global - Technical Project Manager - New York, NY

Help Scout - DevOps Engineer - Remote

Zapier, Inc. - Design Team Manager - Remote

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