IBM, short for International Business Machines, is the largest information technology company in the world. Annual revenue is in the billions.
IBM now focuses on advanced information technologies. Customers range from small businesses to the world's largest organizations, including governments.
Headquartered in Armonk, New York, IBM has offices throughout the world. Subsequently, IBM jobs are available in several countries.
IBM jobs include internships, and entry-level and contract jobs. Technical jobs are plentiful and include those in IT, technical services, research, engineering and science. IBM jobs of significance typically require at least a four-year degree or equivalent experience.
IBM often earns a spot on one or more annual lists of best companies to work for.
IBM Jobs (Global)
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IBM Job Interview Tips (USA)
IBM pay includes base pay, performance bonuses, awards and other earnings. Typical performance bonuses range from 2 to 8 percent of eligible pay.
IBM benefits vary by country. In the USA, they include the following for eligible employees.
- Medical, dental and vision health insurance
- Life, disability and long-term care insurance
- 15 vacation days after one year
- 12 holidays and personal days off
- Flex hours and telecommuting
- 401(k) plan
- Stock purchase plan
IBM Pay and Benefits (USA)
In 2005, IBM employed more than 200,000 college graduates. Nearly 54,000 possessed post-graduate degrees.
IBM values the following.
- Dedication to every client's success
- Innovation that matters, for our company and the world
- Trust and personal responsibility in all relationships
IBM says that it has been the leader in corporate workforce diversity since its founding. It's committed to creating a diverse workforce and is proud to be an equal opportunity employer.
Life at IBM (USA)