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How to find Jobs in Companies you love ?

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For finding the job and the companies you love, you could use Glassdoor.
Glassdoor is the world's most transparent career community that is changing the way people find jobs, and companies recruit top talent.
Glassdoor holds a growing database of 6 million company reviews, CEO approval ratings, salary reports, interview reviews and questions, office photos and more. Unlike other jobs sites, all of this information is entirely shared by those who know a company best — the employees. Add to that the latest jobs and the ability to see Inside Connections at companies via your Facebook network — no other community allows you to see which employers are hiring, what it's really like to work there according to employees, and who you may know at a particular company all in one place. Glassdoor is also available via its mobile app on iOS and Android platforms.  -Glassdoor
Glassdoor is headquartered in Sausalito, California and was founded by Robert Hohman, Rich Barton and Tim Besse in 2007.

Glassdoor strives to be the most trusted and transparent place for today's candidate to search for jobs and research companies. We follow these simple principles and guidelines to ensure the most authentic, transparent, and valuable information is available to job seekers while balancing fairness to employers.

  • They never edit or alter content submitted on their site, no matter how minor.
  • They never suppress, filter, or delete content simply because it is negative/lower-rated, or positive/higher-rated.
  • They apply the same standard of review for all content (whether or not the content concerns an employer client of Glassdoor).
  • They use technology filters & algorithms to detect fraud and gaming, and require email verification or a valid Facebook account for all members submitting content.
  • They stay neutral in all cases of dispute and do not act as the finder of fact.
  • They believe in the principle of anonymity — everyone has a right to voice their opinion or be heard without fearing retribution or other unwanted attention.

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