395 Software Engineers from IBM submitted salaries.
Current CEO: Samuel Palmisano
Founded in 1911 as the Computing Tabulating Recording Corporation, IBM (International Business Machines) is now ranked by Fortune as the 18th-largest company in the United States. The company is a global concern that employs more than 450,000 people in more than 200 countries. IBM is best known for its manufacturing computer hardware and software, but it also offers an extensive range of services in areas such as infrastructure, hosting, consulting, and even nanotechnology.
With nine research laboratories worldwide, IBM has a strong commitment to research and development and holds more patents than any other U.S.-based technology company. Its employees have won the Nobel Prize, the Turing Award, the National Medal of Technology, and the National Medal of Science.
IBM has a long history of valuing and rewarding its employees, who are known affectionately as “IBMers.” In 1914, the CEO at the time, Thomas J. Watson, set out to improve workers’ spirits. He did this by establishing employee sports teams, arranging family outings, and creating a company band. IBM was also one of the first employers to provide benefits such as paid vacations to its employees. Currently, IBM employs 105,000 workers within the United States and prides itself on its career development policies. Many employees find their careers developing in ways they never anticipated.
IBM recruits workers for the following major lines of business:
As you would expect from a leading technology company, IBM has many open jobs available through our jobs page. Also feel free to register to set up job alerts for IBM, so you can receive emails daily when new positions open. Representatives from IBM are also often found at career fairs and informational sessions on college campuses.
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