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Fidelity Investments – Why Work For Us?

Fidelity Investments has a rich and proud history of making financial expertise accessible and effective in helping people live the lives they want. We offer a wide range of  investment management and administration expertise to a diverse set of customers – from people investing their own life savings, to businesses needing help managing their employee benefit programs to advisors and brokers needing innovative product and technology solutions to invest their own clients’ money.  Just as we work to help our clients, we do the same for our associates by creating a collaborative, innovative and customer-centric work environment where people can thrive and grow their careers.

Our associates are one of the most compelling reasons to work here and are central to our success as an organization. We provide the opportunity to develop your talents and pursue your passions across a large, diversified company that prides itself on our standards of doing business:

Responsibility – Making sound judgments for the long term benefits of our clients

Integrity – Acting in good faith and taking pride in getting things just right for our customers and company

Compassion – Treating every moment as an opportunity to improve the lives of our customers, colleagues and communities

Expertise – Using insights to drive results and solve complex challenges for our clients and organization

Our commitment to the community is another reason our associates feel proud to work at Fidelity.  We believe our expertise can make a big difference.   As such, we offer robust volunteering opportunities to support education and financial literacy as well as an employee charitable match program that helps associates make more of a difference for the causes they care about. Every year, thousands of Fidelity employees volunteer their time to help make a difference in communities around the country.

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A job at Fidelity can open up a world of career possibilities. Fidelity offers employees the opportunity to build careers, to develop professionally, and to explore endless opportunities and career paths through the company.  Most companies and business units at Fidelity hire employees to work in several different career areas, including:

  • Retirement Services
  • Investment, Support & Trading
  • Payroll & Benefits Outsourcing
  • Client/Customer Service
  • Technology
  • Marketing/Advertising/Media/Communication
  • Sales & Relationship Management
  • Product Development & Management
  • Finance & Accounting
  • Branch Offices
  • Operations
  • Corporate Services
  • Business Analysis/Project Management
  • Administration

Fidelity serves a national audience of retail and corporate clients through its regional centers. While each location has a distinctive regional character, they all embody Fidelity's values and culture. View our location map here.

Fidelity is committed to treating every moment as an opportunity to improve people’s lives and this promise extends to the benefits we offer to support our associates and their families. 

Health & Insurance

Designed to support our associates and their families through life’s ups and downs, these benefits include heath related resources, life and disability insurance and more.


The strengths that we bring to serving our retirement customers are also applied to our relationship with our associates as we help them save for the long term. 

Work/Life Programs

We take the wellbeing and success of our associates very seriously.   In doing so, we offer a comprehensive array of work and life programs including commuter benefits, tuition reimbursement and employee assistance programs.

Training and Development

Ensuring associates are able to acquire a diverse set of experiences and skills is important to their professional development and the growth of our business. Associates may choose from more than 300 courses on a wide array of topics.

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    Large, privately held firm with values that are reinforced at all levels of leadership. Career opportunities are ongoing and the vast majority of people at the firm will help you progress if you're willing to do the work. Fidelity provides exceptional benefits with options based on personal needs and various family situations. While pay and bonus structures are sometimes criticized, being patient will pay off for those who are willing to wait.


    Fidelity retail is open 24 hours, causing scheduling conflicts for some candidates Career tracks within the firm can be limited due to licensing requirements, or lack of licensing flexibility in the groups

    Advice to Management

    Continue listening to the people talking with the customers. Review the regional pay practices more often, especially during tight labor markets in order to attract and retain the best and brightest.

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    I applied in-person. The process took 6 weeksinterviewed at Fidelity Investments.


    I applied to Fidelity with a referral, so I got an interview with the hiring managers in a week. I got an email from an employee there who said she would bring me around for a tour before I would have the interview. When someone did come to get me from the waiting room, it wasn’t the woman who said she would meet with me. That was fine; it just seemed weird that she said she would be the one and then sent someone else to give the tour. I thought the interview went well. There were two people asking me questions from my resume and about the aspects of the job. It seemed great. They positively commented on my responses and seemed engaged in everything I had to say. I thought, with my experience and the mood of the interview, I had a good chance. When they brought walked me out, they said I’d hear from someone in HR the next week since these were the final interviews and they were making their decisions promptly. Next week, I didn’t hear anything. I’d sent e-mails to the people who interviewed me, but I didn’t get any response from them. The interview was four weeks before the hiring class started for the position. I didn’t get any calls, emails, carrier pigeons. Nothing. It was like I hadn’t even applied. A week after the hiring class started, I contacted the person from HR that emailed me about getting the interview. No response from that individual. I tried again the next week. I finally got a response – the first one in six weeks – and it was extremely curt and insensitive. Just that they made their decision and I could apply next time. I was told that if I didn’t get the job, I’d get an email explaining their decision and what I can do next time. Just things to help me for other interviews. I didn’t get anything of the sort. So I stressed for six weeks, thinking maybe I’d hear something, just to be told that I wasn’t good enough with no further explanation. I know Fidelity is a great company to work for. But their process of hiring and responses leave much to be desired. I don’t think I’ll apply for a while, and if I do, I’ll do it with a grain of salt. Just be wary that Fidelity takes a while to get back to you when it comes to hiring, and I wish they’d work on this so the people they don’t immediately accept become dejected.

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Additional Info

Headquarters Boston, MA
Size 5000+ Employees
Founded 1946
Type Company - Private
Industry Finance
Revenue $2 to $5 billion (USD) per year
Competitors Charles Schwab, Vanguard, Citi

At Fidelity, we are focused on making our financial expertise broadly accessible and effective in helping people live the lives they want— from the 23 million people investing their life savings, to the 20,000 businesses managing their employee benefits programs, to the 10,000 advisors and institutions needing innovative technology solutions to invest their clients’ money. To do this well, as a privately held company, we place a high degree of value in nurturing a work environment that attracts the best talent and reflects our commitment to being an employer of choice.

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