State Farm

Industry: Insurance

About State Farm

State Farm and its affiliates are the largest providers of auto, home and individual life insurance in the United States. Its nearly 19,000 agents and 58,000 employees serve more than 83 million policies and accounts. State Farm is ranked No. 36 on the 2019 Fortune 500 list.

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Why Work at the Company?

State Farm offers the stability and track record of an industry leader, people with passion for doing work that matters, and rewards to help build a career. Our commitment to customers makes us the No. 1 insurer of cars and homes in the United States. This same commitment to our work force is how we got here and how we stay here. Our 97-year track record highlights State Farm as an employer of choice committed to providing career opportunities that last a lifetime. From diverse backgrounds and talent, to meaningful work and comprehensive benefits. Search jobs and apply at statefarm.com/careers.

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