The 5 best tech companies to work for in 2021

by Guest Author on April 26, 2021

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By J. Silver

Looking for your next move in the tech industry? With optimism about COVID-19 vaccines running high and the tech sector continuing to grow at a blistering pace, there’s no better time than now to make it happen.

Data analytics, project management, and software development are among the hottest careers in tech, but there’s something for people from all backgrounds. And with remote work becoming a permanent option for many companies, everyone’s giving the tech industry a look.

Here’s a list of the five best tech companies to work for in 2021. All of these companies allow employees to work remotely – so polish up your resume and apply to join one of these hot tech employers.

DocuSign is the electronic signature technology pioneer that helps customers manage their agreements. Today, the company is the world’s top choice for signing documents, with hundreds of millions of people using its products in more than 180 countries. DocuSign prides itself on having accessible leadership, practicing transparency, and creating an equitable space for employees.

Products/Features: Agreement Cloud, Electronic Signature, Contract Lifecycle Management, Contract Analytics, Document Generation, and more
Headquarters: San Francisco, California
Founded: 2003
Open positions: 1,300+ (careers page)

Dropbox, Inc. is a file hosting service that creates smart workspaces to keep your life and work organized. The company serves more than 600 million users in 180 countries. Its key to success is celebrating talent and kindness. “When we’re kind and humble, the drive to create great things together comes naturally,” the company says.

Products/Features: Dropbox Plus, Dropbox Professional, Dropbox Business, Dropbox Enterprise
Headquarters: San Francisco
Founded: 2007
Open positions: 90+ (careers page)

Fast Announces $20 Million Series A Funding Led by Stripe to Launch Universal One-Click Checkout

Fast makes it faster, easier, and safer to log in, signup, and pay for things online with one-click login and one-click checkout products. Fast is the newest of the tech companies on this list, but it’s already making a huge impact. This hot fintech has raised more than $120 million and was recently named one of the 10 most innovative finance companies of 2021. Fast aims to capture a large share of the multitrillion-dollar e-commerce market, which has grown exponentially during the pandemic. US e-commerce sales surged by 32.4% in 2020 and are projected to reach $1.2 trillion by 2024, meaning the sky is the limit for Fast.

Products/Features: Fast Login, Fast Checkout
Headquarters: San Francisco
Founded: 2019
Open positions: 50+ (careers page)

HubSpot develops and markets a full platform of inbound marketing, sales, and customer service software. More than 100,000 people use HubSpot’s tools in more than 120 countries. HubSpot celebrates not having an inner circle, autonomous work, diverse perspectives, and humanity. In December, Comparably named HubSpot the best company for women in 2020.

Products/Features: Marketing Hub, Sales Hub, Service Hub, CMS Hub
Headquarters: Cambridge, Massachusetts
Founded: 2006
Open positions: 300+ (careers page)

 

Slack Technologies is the software company behind Slack, a communication platform that simplifies work life with its hub of features including group chats, direct messaging, automated tasks, and more. Slack is building a diverse team of curious creatives whose job is to make everyone’s work life easier. The company’s core values are empathy, courtesy, thriving, craftsmanship, playfulness, solidarity.

Products/Features: Channels, Slack Connect, messaging, voice and video calls; apps and integrations; task automation; and more
Headquarters: San Francisco
Founded: 2009
Open positions: 200+ (careers page)

Guest article written by: J. Silver

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Naved Khan April 29, 2021 at 16:55

Thanks for the article, Dropbox is my dream <3
Naved Khan recently posted… 7 Reasons Why Online Education is Actually Better than Traditional Education

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