Calling all NYC ladies! We’re giving you some extra fuel to help you save time as you job search (and because being stuck in a job search rut is pretty much the worst). These 17 companies care a whole lot about bringing more women onto their teams — and they’re hiring like crazy our favorite city!
1. Among the top companies rated by Fairygodboss users, PwC is looking for women to fill positions in tax, IT, technology consulting, management consulting, M&A, and more. "It is a great company for women who are looking to grow in their careers,” says an employee. “The firm is committed to an inclusive work environment and are continuing to help break the glass ceiling for women in leadership."
2. Madison Logic is a quickly growing NYC-based company that may be perfect for you — especially if you’re into marketing and all things digital.
3. Deloitte, another company rated among the best by Fairygodboss users, wants to hire women in tons of roles. The firm’s devoted to serving clients in four key business areas: audit, risk and financial advisory, consulting and tax.
4. Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center has a mission everyone can get behind: curing cancer. And they’re hiring a ton (yes, even in non-clinical roles)! "If you are looking for a supportive and team orientated environment, you should consider working at MSKCC," one employee says.
5. Accenture has been rated among Fairygodboss users as one of the top companies for women, one of whom says it’s a “great place to work for every women. Certainly consider this great employer." The leading global professional services company provides a broad range of services and solutions in strategy, consulting, digital, technology and operations to clients in more than 120 countries. Working at the intersection of business and technology, Accenture helps clients improve their performance and create sustainable value for their stakeholders.
6. Fairygodboss members have great things to say about Dell — so it’s no surprise that this company ranks as one of the best places for women to work. One employee says that “Dell is very focused on being a diverse employer for the right reasons — encouraging different perspectives. It is a very supportive environment for women, and flexible work is facilitated and encouraged."
7. Salesforce, a company employees say is “a great place to work and very supportive of women’s equality,” has been called one of the World's Most Innovative Companies according to Forbes, and one of Fortune's 100 Best Companies to Work For eight years running. Plus, they’re hiring like mad.
8. Dow Jones produces leading publications and products, including the flagship Wall Street Journal, America's largest newspaper by paid circulation; Factiva; Barron's; and MarketWatch. "Go for it,” one employee advises. “It's a great place to work for a woman (or man for that matter!)"
9. Employees say West Monroe is “very open company that is built on creating future leaders” — and the consulting firm is pretty passionate about bringing more women onto their team!
10. Fidelity Investments aims to help its customers — whether individuals investing their life savings or businesses managing their employee benefits programs — live the lives they want. One woman who works there says, "I've worked here for 5 years and never run into any issues when it comes to equal treatment. Several executive leadership roles are held by women and the company culture is very welcoming to everyone."
11. ZS is hiring in a variety of consulting roles, and employees are not shy about their love for the company. “I have always felt very supported at ZS and love that they truly stick to their values. I think they provide a great work life balance and opportunities for career advancement,” one says. Another loves that “ZS is full of smart, humble, and kind people which you cannot say for many companies. They also take the time to specifically support women through programs like the Women's Leadership Initiative.”
12. Fitch Ratings is known among employees for having “great benefits and most departments have flexible work arrangements as needed to balance work and family life.” They’re looking to hire (a lot) of women in finance roles!
13. Fairygodboss users consider PepsiCo one of the best companies for women; they say “your career and your time is yours to manage” and that the work is “challenging but rewarding.”
14. OnDeck is a fintech company known for its commitment to teamwork and fun. Women say it has a “great maternity leave policy, very relaxed vacation/work from home policy,” and is a “passionate” place to work with “great culture.”
15. IBM is looking to fill all kinds of different roles — so chances are they’ll have a job that appeals to you. Added bonus: women who work there say it’s a “great place to work” with “many opportunities for mentoring.”
16. If creativity is your thing, be sure to check out open jobs at Time Inc. (the company that publishes some of your favorite brands, like InStyle and Real Simple). One employee gives us the scoop on why you should try to get an in: “Your opinions are valued, there are a lot of upper management role models and the culture is strong.”
17. Johnson & Johnson is devoted to advancing the health and well-being of not only its customers, but its employees as well. "This is a great place to be,” one woman writes about working at J&J. “Women raise other women up."
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