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Better Jobs With Companies That Care About Women - May 24, 2017

We’re always on the hunt for things we love. A blogger, a speaker, or a publicist putting haters to (WELL deserved) shame, we want to let you in on the things we’re passionate about (read on here). Know what else we’re passionate about? YOU. And getting you into the best professional situation of your lifetime. But there’s only one place we can start; check out the great companies that care about women below, sign up and apply, right away.


FEATURED COMPANY THAT CARES: GITLAB

Founded in 2012, Gitlab is a completely remote company. Trust us, it’s even more amazing than it sounds. But back to the important stuff. Gitlab helps you program, test, and deploy code as part of a team, and ultimately build a better product. Just ask anyone who works there, being a remote company doesn’t stop them from working well together. (An annual retreat doesn’t hurt either!) On top of that, their benefits include PTO, medical, dental, and vision insurance, bonuses and stock options. Plus, y’know, a little thing like being able to spend more time at home with those you love (for better or worse).

More great opportunities from companies that care about women below, and on our Better Jobs page.

Adobe - Cloud Operations DevOps Engineer (San Jose, CA / San Francisco, CA / Seattle, WA)

AdRoll - Solutions Engineer (San Francisco, CA)

Amazon, Inc. - Software Development Manager, Amazon Tickets (Seattle, WA)

Amazon, Inc. - Software Development Manager, Amazon Development Centre (Edinburgh, Scotland, UK)

Apple - Director of Customer Success, FileMaker (Santa Clara, CA)

Apple - Senior Project Manager, SAP FICA/RMCA/FICO (Santa Clara, CA)

Bloomberg L.P. - Senior Software Engineer, Build Workflow (New York, NY)

Bloomberg L.P. - Senior Software Engineer, Real Time Market Data and News Feeds (New York, NY)

Complex-Verizon Hearst Media Partners - IT / Technology Support Technician (New York, NY)

Hearst Digital Media - Software Engineer, PHP Engineer (New York, NY)

Hearst Newspapers - Frontend Developer (New York, NY)

Karat, Inc. - Software Engineer (Seattle, WA)

Lyft - Software Engineering Manager (Seattle, WA)

Nationwide Mutual Insurance Company - Test Automation Developer Lead (Columbus, OH)

Time, Inc. - Senior Software Engineer (Flexible)

Viacom - Data Visualization Engineer (New York, NY)

Viacom - Director, Product Management, Data Platforms (New York, NY) 

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