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Our job application process

Tip: The length of the job application process (from applying to accepting a job offer) varies based on the role. It can be a lengthy process, so don't get discouraged if it takes longer than you expected.

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We listed our feature jobs. Find a job in line with your past work experience and career path. Choose a job that suits your passion and strengths.


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Employment Tests

Some tests are conducted as part of the job application process, and others will take place further along in the hiring process, after the interview and prior to a job offer.


Interview Process

If you are selected for an interview, you will be invited to talk to a recruiter, hiring manager, or employer online via Zoom or Google Meet. The company may conduct several interviews prior to offering the leading candidate the job.


Job Offers

When you receive a job offer, you're close to the end of the process. Once you have accepted a job offer, it's time for the new hire paperwork you'll need to complete to get on the payroll, which may include eligibility to work forms, tax withholding forms, and company-specific paperwork.

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“The best things about working here are the flexibility and the lack of micromanagement – everyone is treated as an equal and there’s no sense of hierarchy. I also love the multinational office environment – I get to work with talented people from numerous different countries, and of course they all have their own cultures, perspectives and opinions. ”

Coriss Ambady

Financial Analyst

“Two months ago, I successfully applied for a higher role staff position in a different department and I’m now a Business Analyst focusing on Environmental Management and Information Systems within the Aviation Sustainability unit, which has given me a completely new perspective on everything.”

Cory Zamora

Marketing Specialist

“Building my career here has been a very exciting experience, as my colleagues have significantly broadened my experience and taught me so much. I love to exchange ideas with them.”

Nikolas Brooten

Sales Manager


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What you'd do: This career involves listening to audio files and typing up exactly the language used by the speaker or speakers. Great typing skills and a detail-oriented nature will help make you a success in this field. Most projects are assigned with a deadline, not an hourly schedule, so as long as that is met, where and when you conduct the work is up to you.
How much you can make: Transcriptionists can expect to earn $16.93 per hour or $35,210 per year.
Education or experience needed: These jobs simply require a high school diploma.

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Virtual assistant

What you'd do: A virtual assistant does exactly what in-house administrative assistants do. They offer support to a professional—or team of them—scheduling appointments, making travel plans, and updating databases, from an off-site location.

How much you can make: $17.75 per hour or $36,920 per year

Education or experience needed: A high school diploma will help get you a virtual assistant role.

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What you'd do: Obviously, many public schools in the country have turned to remote learning during the coronavirus pandemic, but there are many longer-term options for teachers in districts who allow online instruction as an option to families in their districts. Tutors, especially those who instruct international students in English, have long worked at home or from the location of their choice. Both career trajectories offer many open positions and are looking strong for the long-term.

Pay: Teachers and tutors can expect to earn $27.75 per hour or $57,710 per year.

Education or experience needed: A bachelor's degree in education is required to become a public-school teacher; as long as you have above-average skills in the area in which you are instructing, a high school diploma is sufficient for tutoring.

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Software Developer

What you'd do: Technology is an industry with some of the more high-paying remote jobs. Software developers craft the interfaces—from software to apps—between computers and human beings. This career choice offers a high pay rate, low unemployment numbers, and remote-work friendliness. Software developer jobs are expected to be strong for the foreseeable future. For those without job experience, there are many free or low-cost training options out there.

How much you can make: Developers can expect to earn $51.44 per hour or $106,980 per year.

Education or experience needed: Bachelor's degree plus experience or post-graduate training is usually required for these gigs.

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Sales Representative

What you'd do: This is a job whose name accurately describes what it entails. Growing customer bases and increasing purchases are the purviews of sales professionals. This career includes contacting clients—both existing and potential—to boost your company's business and keep those customers happy. It's a job that can easily be done from a home office, pays quite well (bonuses for meeting or exceeding quotas are common), and is great for those who love interacting with people.

How much you can make: Experienced sales workers can expect to earn $34.45 per hour or $71,660 per year.

Education or experience needed: Sales representative jobs often require a bachelor’s degree.

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Online Marketer

What you'd do: This career choice is perfect for great communicators, as it involves helping brands encapsulate their message via search engine optimization (SEO), pay-per-click (PPC), traffic generation, as well as affiliated marketing. Online marketers are among the best remote jobs thanks to top-notch income, workplace flexibility, and a strong career future.

How much you can make: Experienced marketers can expect to earn up to $68.91 per hour or $143,330 per year.

Education or experience needed: Online marketing jobs will require a bachelor's degree.

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Medical Coder

What you'd do: This crucial health care job is one of the few that doesn't require you to work with patients. The work entails taking doctor's notes from patient appointments and assigning each a billing code that will allow practices to be paid by insurance companies. The work is well-paid and easily done from home.

How much you can make: Medical billing coders can expect to earn $19.53 per hour or $40,620 per year.

Education or experience needed: High school diploma

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Data Entry

What you'd do: This career entails entering facts and figures into databases. Businesses use the services of data entry workers to keep track of anything quantifiable—from sales figures to inventory to worker performance. Generally, these jobs are project-based, can be done on a flexible schedule, and job security is high.

How much you can make: Data-entry workers can expect to earn $17.52 per hour or $36,440 per year.

Education or experience needed: A high school diploma plus knowledge of database software can get you started in this field.

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Customer Service Representative

What you'd do: Pretty much every company that sells retail products—from blenders to broadband—has a support staff to help buyers with after-purchase questions or problems. Customer service jobs can easily be done at home, either over the phone or via Internet chat, hours are flexible, and you won't need a lot of training (but a patient nature certainly helps) before you begin.

How much you can make: Customer-service reps can expect to earn $17.94 per hour or $37,320 per year.

Education or experience needed: A high school diploma is all it takes to get your foot in the door as a customer service rep.

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To make the application process simple and accessible this page outlines the steps you need to take to make the best possible decision about your future career, and to find the role that aligns with your skillset and experience. We are consistent about our communications, so you know what’s happening at every stage in the process.

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We have tried to make the hiring process as transparent and convenient as possible.

Check your application status by logging into your candidate profile on our Careers portal. Stay updated by following us on Facebook, Instagram, LinkedIn or YouTube for more information. Note we're not able to make personal contact for every application submission.

You may expect two to three rounds of interviews, with one to two mid-​level and/or senior bankers at each round. Some positions may require additional rounds.

We usually make job offers a short time after final interviews are completed. A representative of Credit Suisse contacts you if we plan to extend you an offer.