Not all jobs — or employers — are created equal. That’s why we’re pointing you toward some companies that are doing exceptional things to make their employees happy. They’re also hiring now — and they’re particularly interested in bringing on women like you.
West Monroe is all about attracting and retaining more women in tech. Women say the company “not only sets goals to provide a great place to work for all employees, but really puts these goals into action.”
PwC has consistently been ranked as one of the best places to work (whether or not you’re a parent!) They make it easy for employees to commit to their family and personal life while also maintaining a satisfying career.
Dell is leading the way in workplace flexibility -- in fact, they’re aiming to have 50% of their employees to work remotely by 2020.
Accenture has long been known for its commitment to cultivating female talent. There are some amazing women leading the company, and their “Getting To Equal 2017” campaign is all about closing the gender gap.
Dow Jones has a rich history of committing to diversity and innovation -- and it’s known for being a family-friendly employer.
Fidelity believes in prioritizing diversity for the right reasons -- and they’re known for their female- and family-friendly culture.
Target has been ranked by women -- mothers and non-mothers alike -- as a supportive place to work -- and its tech teams have some particularly impressive women in the mix!
GE has recently set some amazing goals to hire more women — they’re pretty serious about closing the STEM gender gap.
PepsiCo prioritizes supporting women in all stages of their career. Whether you’re starting out or considering returning to work after taking time off, see whether PepsiCo has the right job for you.
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