15 Companies That Will Help You Pay Your Tuition•
We’ve shared a bunch of tips on how to better approach the company research and interviewing stage of the job search, but there’s another crucial job-related topic that many job seekers constantly have on their minds that can’t be ignored: education costs.
In fact, when it comes to the cost of education, Americans today are more burdened than ever before; over 40 million people owe money for student loans, and that total debt equals over $1.44 trillion.
Education costs also don’t necessarily stop after college. Many people, whether out of desire or necessity, also take on more education costs to further their education once already in the job market.
So given that there are so many costs associated with education, wouldn’t it be awesome to be able to work at a company that can directly help with tuition costs?
To our surprise, tens of thousands of the companies reviewed on kununu DO offer tuition assistance to their employees (whether a company offers “tuition assistance” as a job perk is part of what reviewers share with us on our platform).
A snapshot from the benefits section of Comcast’s kununu profile.
While I’m sure you’re dying to read through endless rows of company names on this excel spreadsheet I have here (there are 29,154 rows!), I figure the next best thing was to share a handful of the company names you might recognize.
Here are 15 companies that offer tuition assistance, according to their own employees:
- The Coca-Cola Company
- Delta Airlines
- General Electric (GE)
- Roche Bros.
- Capital One
- Mayo Clinic
- Hewlett Packard
- The Home Depot
If you want to learn about more companies and what perks & benefits they offer, go ahead and browse through companies here. (And if you’re up to it, feel free to share info about your own company anonymously here)
Are there other topics around the job search process that you wish more people talked about? Hit us up at @kununu_US, we’d love to know!
Linda Le Phan is the Content Marketing Manager at kununu US, a place where job seekers can get an authentic view of life at a company and where employers have a trusted platform to better engage talent. When she’s not writing about the modern workplace, company culture, and life & work hacks, she is probably going out to get an iced coffee (even in Boston winter), raiding the snack drawer, or jamming to kununu’s Spotify playlist.