• MathWorks Voted #22 in Best Places to Work Survey

    February 28, 2014 by

    MathWorks logoIt is important to most of us that we enjoy our work but difficult to know when you’re looking for a job whether we’ll be happier working for one employer versus another. A great way to know if an employer offers a great place to work is to ask the people who know the organizations best — their employees. For the past six years, Glassdoor has awarded its Employees’ Choice Awards to honor the 50 best places to work.  For 2014, the 22nd best place to work was MathWorks.

    As an American private corporation, MathWorks is known for providing software for mathematical computation.  MATLAB and Simulink are two of the company’s biggest products, which are related to programming language.  Tools from the company are not just applied in industry and government, but are also featured in teaching and research at higher learning institutions globally.  Headquartered in Natick, Massachusetts, MathWorks has around 2,800 employees around the world; 70% of them reside in Natick.

    Why work at MathWorks?  You will be surrounded by passionate people who want to make quality products that help other people.  Also, you can be challenged and have the opportunity for personal growth.  Employees at MathWorks share the following core values:

    • Continuous Improvement and the Pursuit of Excellence
    • Respect and Invest
    • Rational Workplace
    • Learning and Self-Improvement
    • Credibility and Integrity

    As a result of these values, a positive and reasonable workplace is created for workers to thrive for themselves and the company.

    College students and recent graduates are welcome at MathWorks.  Recent graduates can find entry level jobs in computer science; those with advanced degrees can pursue these positions in engineering.  Internships are available for students to gain work experience in fields, which include public relations, marketing, finance, operations, and technical support.

    Sources: Glassdoor, Wikipedia, MathWorks

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