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Company Overview: Facebook
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- $5.1 billion (2012)
- Menlo Park, CA
- Mark Zuckerberg
- Facebook was founded by Mark Zuckerberg in 2004. After gaining immense popularity, the company began selling stock to the public on May 18, 2012. They joined the Fortune 500 list for the first time that year, coming in at number 462 on the list. Facebook earned $5.1 billion in revenue in 2012. The company now employs nearly 5,000 people.
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When it comes to ease of application, Facebook has shown up just about every large company on the planet. We've gone through the application process for hundreds of different companies, and Facebook's process is easily one of the very best. It's short, simple, and very applicant-friendly. Don't be surprised if you can complete the entire process in less than 5 minutes.
For this application guide, we applied for a position as a Content Manager at Facebook. While the application process should be very similar for all jobs, it's possible that yours may be a little bit different from ours depending on the position that you are applying for.
When you apply for a job at Facebook, you have two different options. The first is to simply email your cover letter and resume to an email address that will be provided to you. If you choose this option, make sure that you take some time to customize your documents for Facebook and the position that you are applying for. This is your chance to tell them why you want to work for the company, and explain exactly how your previous experiences have prepared you for the job. Make it count!
Your other option for applying is to use your Facebook account. While I have mixed feelings about connecting my application with my personal profile, it's definitely nice that you don't have to create an additional account just to apply as you do on most other employer sites.
If you choose to apply through your Facebook account, you will have to provide some personal information including your email address, phone number, street address, and website URL (if applicable). This is all very basic information, and you should be able to breeze through this section in no time. Most employers ask for every piece of information under the sun, so it's nice that Facebook asks for only the absolute minimum that they need.
After you provide your personal information, you will have the opportunity to upload your resume (in doc, pdf, or text format). Uploading your resume is required. As always, don't forget to take a few minutes to customize it for the position that you are applying for.
Once your resume is uploaded, your application will be complete. Make sure that you're satisfied with the information that you've provided, and submit it once you're happy.
Facebook does not provide automatic application updates at this time. If you have already applied for a job with the company and would like to know where you stand, you will need to try and contact the human resources department directly. This can be tricky to do. Be patient if you don't hear back, and most importantly, don't make a pest out of yourself. There's a fine line between being assertive and annoying (and you don't want to fall on the annoying side).
Facebook is an equal opportunity employer.
Jobs available at Facebook
There are far too many jobs at Facebook to list all of them here, but most can be organized into the following categories: software engineering, legal, administrative, finance, facilities, communications, public policy, product management, information technology, recruiting, user experience, infrastructure, data, analytics, business development, sales, and marketing.
Many people that Facebook is only a company for engineers, but that isn't true. In fact, there are opportunities at the company for people from many different areas of interests and levels of expertise. If you're patient and regularly check the job openings, chances are good that you will eventually find a position that just might make a great fit for you. Search jobs
Mark Zuckerberg is the founder, Chairman, and CEO of Facebook. Sheryl Sandberg is the COO.
Facebook is a publicly traded company (NASDAQ: FB). In 2012 they reported $5.1 billion in revenue, $538 million in operating income, $53 million in net income, $15.10 billion in assets, and $11.75 billion in equity.