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Bloomberg Jobs Overview Providing information, insight, and data to the world allows Bloomberg to inspire people to ...

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Bloomberg Jobs Overview

Providing information, insight, and data to the world allows Bloomberg to inspire people to help change the world. The company is headquartered in Midtown Manhattan, though there are 192 offices around the world. Bloomberg was founded in 1981 by Michael Bloomberg, along with Duncan MacMillan, Thomas Secunda, Charles Zegar, and Merrill Lynch.

Bloomberg had a $9 billion revenue in 2014. The company employs 15,500 people throughout its numerous offices. Bloomberg owns a number of subsidiary companies, including:

  • Bloomberg News
  • Bloomberg Markets
  • Bloomberg Law
  • Bloomberg Beta
  • Bloomberg Innovation Index

Bloomberg Job Opportunities

Because of the large number of holdings, there are Bloomberg jobs available in a number of fields. The company offers entry-level positions, experienced positions, and even internships at many of its offices.

It's important to ensure that you have the right experience for the job you're applying for. For example, those who are interested in Bloomberg jobs in journalism should have a degree in communications, journalism, or a similar field. However, those considering a job with Bloomberg Law should have experience in law and a law degree. If you're considering an entry-level position, you will not need to have nearly as much experience or education.

Bloomberg Work Culture

Bloomberg prides itself on responsible citizenship. Because of this, volunteering is a part of the culture of the company. At Bloomberg, you'll find that there is a distinct non-hierarchical system. All employees are treated equally and work in the same type of office. In fact, even executives don't have their own separate offices. The company offers a number of benefits, including career development, wellness programs, and paid time off. Openness and transparency are cornerstones of the Bloomberg work culture. Because of this, they have open work spaces, glass conference rooms, and even a 24-hour food pantry available to employees.

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