AARP Overview

  • www.aarp.org
  • Washington, DC
  • 1001 to 5000 Employees
  • 1958
  • Nonprofit Organization
  • Membership Organizations
  • $1 to $5 billion (USD)

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Turn 50 and the doors of the AARP will open for you, as they have for 40 million current members. On behalf of its members, the not-for-profit AARP acts as an advocate on public policy issues such as health care and financial security, publishes information (the monthly "AARP ...

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AARP Reviews

4.0
79%
Recommend to a Friend
78%
Approve of CEO
Jo Ann Jenkins
Jo Ann Jenkins
230 Ratings
5.0
Former Employee

"Great work environment"

Sep 22, 2022 - Intern

Pros

- Employees care about the mission of the organization
- The company has great benefits

Cons

None come to mind as of now.
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Diversity & Inclusion at AARP

3.9
(102 Reviews)

Diversity & Inclusion FAQs

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How is diversity at AARP?

...life balance, Culture fosters diversity, cooperation, and inclusion, Pension on top of 401K is unheard of nowadays...Read More

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AARP Interviews

Experience
Positive66%
Negative17%
Neutral17%
Getting an Interview
Applied online48%
Employee Referral16%
Recruiter15%
Difficulty
2.7
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  1. Associate State Director - Community Engagement Interview

    Anonymous Employee in United States
    No Offer
    Negative Experience
    Application

    I applied online. The process took 6 days. I interviewed at AARP (United States) in Aug 2022

    Interview

    Was emailed on a Tuesday to set up an initial interview for the following Thursday as I was leaving for vacation. Had to email the Talent Advisor three times to receive a time and link for the interview which was provided at 6pm the night before. The Talent Advisor was 15 minutes late to the call and tried to insinuate that I was mistaken regarding the time (though Microsoft auto-populates across timezones). The interview was not an interview but the Talent Advisor telling me I scheduled too far out and in the six days between their initial contact and the first interview they made their final decisions. The Talent Advisor then lectured me on “hopping on it” and scheduling interviews “in a shorter timeframe.” It was a frustrating and messy process that I don’t think is indicative of AARP as a whole but their contractors and chapters working from false - and messy - urgency.
    Interview

    No questions because the “interview” was to say they made their decision the night before.

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AARP Awards & Accolades

  • Best Places to work in ITComputerWorld2017
  • Top 50 Companies for DiversityDiversityInc2009

Pledges & Certifications

  • Diversity Commitment

    Has programs that support a diverse and inclusive workforce

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AARP FAQ

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What is paid time off like at AARP?

...Uses a lot of contractors, little time off, lack of upward mobility...

March 21, 2022

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People Also Ask about AARP

Employees rate AARP 4 out of 5 stars based on 815 anonymous reviews on Glassdoor.

To get a job at AARP, browse currently open positions and apply for a job near you. Once you get a positive response, make sure to find out about the interview process at AARP and prepare for tough questions.

Overall, 79 of employees would recommend working at AARP to a friend. This is based on 581 anonymously submitted reviews on Glassdoor.

66 of job seekers rate their interview experience at AARP as positive. Candidates give an average difficulty score of 2.7 out of 5 (where 5 is the highest level of difficulty) for their job interview at AARP.

82 of employees think that AARP has a positive business outlook. This is based on anonymous employee reviews submitted on Glassdoor.

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