The world is at a major turning point: technology is enabling entirely new forms of business operations, business models, industries and outcomes. At IBM, you can invent things you've never thought possible, lead in this new era of technology, and solve some of the world's most challenging problems.
This is our vision for the future, our belief in the rise of you. Do your best work ever, and let's put smart to work.
Today and every day, we create a staggering amount of information: formulas, tweets, field notes, legal opinions, photos and more. But the programmable computers of the past couldn’t make sense of all that information. Cognitive systems like IBM Watson can. It lets us do things we’ve never done before. Outsmart obstacles. Spot diseases before patients display symptoms. Predict trends before they’re trending. Answer questions before they’re asked.
At IBM you really do have the opportunity to change the way the world works. See how you can put smart to work.
A guide for new hires
An early start at career success begins with Your IBM, our new-hire training program. You'll learn how IBM works, how to maximize your contribution to the company, how to successfully navigate within IBM and connect with your colleagues — and have fun in the process!
Planning your career
As the world changes and as we change with it, IBM’s differentiator is you!
At IBM, you’ll turn vision into reality for our clients with the modern tools you need to do your work, be responsive to clients, and to act with speed and agility. To help you identify opportunities, construct a skills road map and mark your progress, IBM offers easy-to-navigate career Web sites and tools. Here are just a few examples of the top-notch career development opportunities you’ll have at IBM:
"The employees of IBM represent a talented and diverse workforce. Achieving the full potential of this diversity is a business priority that is fundamental to our competitive success. A key element in our workforce diversity programs is IBM's long-standing commitment to equal opportunity...."
— Virginia M. Rometty, IBM Chairman, President, and Chief Executive Officer
At IBM, women help lead the way. Successful women are part of our legacy. Here you'll find innovative leadership programs to help accelerate your career, and many more opportunities to develop new skills and contribute to the advancement of your field. See why IBM is the best place for women in technology to work.
Follow a few of IBM's most dynamic technical women through a typical workday: A Day in the Life
Who are today’s generation of “hidden figures”?
Individuals with Disabilities
IBM's long-standing commitment to people with disabilities began in 1914 when IBM hired its first disabled employee, 76 years before the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA). A number of first-of-a-kind technology innovations that transformed the assistive technology landscape and provided people with disabilities with unprecedented access to technology, resulted from IBM’s early and often pioneering efforts. Among these innovations were the first Braille printer (1975), a talking typewriter for people who are blind (1980) and a talking display terminal (1981).
Veterans are an integral part of our workforce. They are represented in the executive ranks, management, and throughout every business unit or division in IBM. We view our veterans as essential and invaluable contributors. Learn more
Not sure which direction to take?
Participate in IBM's job matching capability powered by Watson. Provide your resume or curriculum vitae (CV) and let Watson match you to current IBM jobs that you can apply to today. You can also provide feedback on how well we did providing jobs that fit you to help Watson learn and provide even better matches in the future! To get started, click here
What’s it really like?
Hear from some of our own graduates and interns, from across the globe, on why they love working at IBM….
I worked at IBM part-time
Very easy to work with (Finance Department)
A bit conservative; not tech-savvy
I applied through an employee referral. The process took 3+ months. I interviewed at IBM (London, England) in May 2016.
Long process, kept stalling. 2 telephone interviews, 4 face to face. Good people. Took several months. HR are very rigid and process driven, they seem disconnected and impersonal. HR need to get a human face!
Reasons for Declining
Role was sold well initially but there seemed to be a lack of commitment. Initial offer was below current package, revised offer was still below. Not sure why they bothered.