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  • "At Gallup, they set you up for success because they want you to be your best." Learn more about what Lauren's life is like as a Workplace Associate Consultant at Gallup:

  • "It's so important to me to get to know my clients both as professionals and as people. I work to understand the context of their business and what really matters to them, including their values, mission and vision for the future." Learn more about what Christopher's life is like as a Business Development Consultant at Gallup:

  • "Helping people understand their strengths as a positive and see where there are blind spots is the best part of my job." Learn more about what life at Gallup is like for Hesham, a Senior Consultant:

  • "I was surprised how quickly I was given an opportunity to prove myself. People at Gallup expect you to be great because we hire incredible people." Learn more about what life at Gallup is like for Senior Workplace Consultant Mara:

    Mara Hoogerhuis

    Meet Mara, a Senior Workplace Consultant at Gallup.

  • Want to know what it's like to be a Senior Managing Consultant at Gallup? Get to know Sean from Irvine:

    Sean Kaschanchi

    Senior Managing Consultant Irvine, California "My goal at work is to always deliver on what we've promised the client, ensuring that we are creating the best solutions that are going to solve their biggest problems." Q: What's your typical day like at Gallup?

  • Ready to design and develop innovative technology that changes the lives of millions? If so, join Gallup, and put your greatest strength to work. To get started, check out available opportunities on our Careers website.

    Careers in Information Technology

    Learn more about the IT roles at Gallup.

  • Interested in a career that gives you an opportunity to change the world? Check out our Careers website and learn more about what it's like to work at Gallup.

    Change the World

    At Gallup, we change the world a little to a lot every day. Delivering the latest analytics and advice, our associates help leaders and organizations solve their most pressing problems.

  • Starbucks closed 8,000 stores last week for anti-bias training, but developing an inclusive culture takes more than just one day.

    Starbucks After Anti-Bias Training: Will It Last?

    On April 17, Starbucks announced that it would close 8,000 U.S. stores on May 29 for a day of diversity and inclusion training for nearly 175,000 employees. The training is a response to an incident that many have called racist -- Starbucks' Executive Chairman Howard Schultz called it "reprehensible at every single level" -- in which a white manager in Philadelphia requested that the police remove two black men from the store.

  • Internships are the key to success in community college. 40% of recent associate degree graduates who had a relevant job or internship while in school had a good job waiting for them after graduation.

    Internships Help Community College Grads' Job Prospects

    by Ashley Artrip and Zac Auter Story Highlights 20% of two-year graduates had a job/internship related to their studies 40% of graduates with relevant internships found a good job quickly WASHINGTON, D.C. -- Forty percent of recent associate degree graduates who had a relevant job or internship while in school had a good job waiting for them after graduation.

  • Male or female, the majority of German managers fail to engage their employees. The fix? Leaders must turn their focus toward talent.

    Who Makes a Better Boss, Him or Her?

    It's a trick question: Gender doesn't matter, talent does. About a third of all German workers would prefer to work for a male boss. Sexist? Sure. But gender doesn't dictate good people management skills, talent does. And German companies rarely recognize managerial talent in men or women.

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