Stripe helps businesses around the world process payments and continues to add to their workforce.

Could Stripe be the right career opportunity for you? Check out these job openings and facts about the company.

Who Is Stripe?

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Stripe is a software platform that helps businesses with their online payment processing.

Stripe's products power payments for online and in-person retailers, subscriptions businesses, software platforms and marketplaces, and everything in between. Stripe also helps companies beat fraud, send invoices, issue virtual and physical cards, get financing, and manage business spend.

Stripe has customers in over 120 countries and some of its prominent customers include Amazon, Salesforce, Spotify, Uber. Lyft, and Slack.

The company was founded in 2011 is dual headquartered in San Francisco, California and Dublin, Ireland. Strip also has other international offices and a large remote workforce.

Who Is Stripe Hiring For?


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Common job openings at Stripe include account associates and executives, application and software engineers, human resources and recruiting, financial analysts, paralegals, just to name a few positions.

The Stripe interview process typically begins with a phone screen, followed by a more in-depth interview that includes a coding exercise or some other assignment.

Why Work At Stripe?

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Stripe currently has over 2,500 employees and, with businesses evolving with the global economy, the company anticipates a lot of work and growth ahead.

Borders are not an obstacle for those interested in working at Stripe, because since the company's customers are global, it's committed to having a global workforce. This means opportunities at multiple international offices and remote work opportunities.

All new employees go through two weeks of in-depth onboarding, but from there Stripe encourages employees to take initiative and learn how to do other things outside their normal domain of expertise. The company holds several trainings by internal and external experts on everything from Learning to Code to Thinking Like a Lawyer, according to Stripe's website.

Stripe has a score of 4.2/5 on job review site Glassdoor.com

Other benefits and perks at Stripe include:

  • Remote work stipends
  • Wellness benefits
  • Free meals at Stripe offices

Careers At Stripe

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