WORK IN VERMONT
Socially responsible companies. Innovative businesses. Opportunities to stand out.
In Vermont, your work will have meaning.
Many of our most iconic companies—such as Ben & Jerry’s, Keurig Green Mountain, Vermont Teddy Bear, Burton, Orvis, Cabot Creamery, Seventh Generation, and National Life—all focus on more than just their bottom line. Whether it’s a commitment to environmental sustainability, matched charitable giving, or a progressive maternity and paternity leave policy, Vermont companies often gain national attention for the way they enhance the lives of their employees and communities. Vermont is home to Vermont Businesses for Social Responsibility, the country’s oldest and largest state-based business association dedicated to social responsibility and has the largest number of Certified B-Corps per capita.
Additionally, Vermont is becoming increasingly well-known as the home of startups to watch. The state is currently ranked #2 on the Main Street Entrepreneurship index and Burlington ranked #9 among the nation’s most innovative tech hubs. According to a recent report by the Vermont Technology Alliance, Vermont’s tech business sector generates over 77,000 jobs representing a quarter of Vermont’s total employment and 30% of Vermont’s private employment.
Our growing tech sector combined with the success of Vermont’s iconic companies make Vermont a place that is brimming with opportunities for work.
DID YOU KNOW?
Vermont's #1 export is microchips.
“I came to Vermont, worked at a company, got to know it, got to know the people there. By the end of the summer, leaving Vermont was not something that I wanted to entertain.”