- Adobe is hiring for over 1,600 roles, according to Brian Miller, chief talent officer.
- Roles are open in engineering, sales, finance and operations, marketing, and customer experience.
- Insider used H1-B salary data to attach expected salaries to dozens of open roles.
Adobe consistently ranks as one of the best places to work.
The software company has been named one of Fortune’s, Glassdoor’s, LinkedIn’s, and Indeed’s top-rated employers, and has yet to encounter the workplace and company-culture scandals of its tech peers.
After reaching a record high annual revenue of $15.79 billion, the company has 1,665 full time job openings listed on its careers page, many of which offer salaries well over $100,000.
“We hire globally across all functions and roles including AI and machine learning engineers, data scientists, cloud and mobile engineers, researchers, and sales representatives,” Brian Miller, chief talent, diversity & inclusion officer, said.
Many Adobe workers make life-long careers at the company — with Comparably reporting the software company ranks in the top 5% of companies its size in retaining quality employees.
“I’m sure somebody might be unhappy with a role at Adobe, but the gross majority of us, I would say we are earning and learning in our roles,” TJ Rhodes, a hardware research scientist and engineer who has been at Adobe for five years, previously told Insider.
Using federally disclosed data on Adobe’s 2021 H-1B visa holders, Insider was able to determine the salary of employees holding the same job titles as those listed on the company’s careers page. While these salaries are based solely on foreign workers employed in the US, the data can still provide insight to all job seekers looking to make a competitive wage. (To research more roles or companies, job seekers can explore Insider’s salary database.)
Below are the five job categories (engineering, sales, finance and operations, marketing, and customer experience) with the most openings at Adobe right now, and how much job seekers can expect to make on each teams.