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Comcast Overview

Philadelphia, PA
10000+ employees
Company - Public (CMCSA)
Cable, Internet & Telephone Providers
$10+ billion (USD) per year
Comcast Corporation (Nasdaq: CMCSA) is a global media and technology company with two primary businesses, Comcast Cable and NBCUniversal. Comcast Cable is one of the nation’s largest video, high-speed internet, and phone providers to residential customers under the ... Read more

Mission: Comcast is working to shape the future of media and technology. We strive to create the best content and constantly pursue innovation to delight our customers.

Company Updates

  • Dana Strong Joins Comcast as President, Consumer Services.

    Dana Strong Joins Comcast as President, Consumer Services

    Dana Strong will be responsible for the go-to-market strategy of the residential business of Comcast Cable. She will oversee Comcast's Xfinity brand and products, including its video, broadband, voice, home and mobile products as well as the consumer sales and marketing, digital, and data intelligence groups that support the strategy and growth of the Consumer business.

  • “Our goal is to raise the bar for the modern-day Olympics viewing experience across platforms, and experiment with new features and functionality that will surprise and delight our customers in exciting new ways.” - Matt Strauss, Executive Vice President, Xfinity Services

    Comcast Unveils Unparalleled Winter Olympics Viewing Experience For Xfinity TV Customers Across Platforms

    Comcast today unveiled the most live, mobile and technologically advanced Olympics experience that will be available to Xfinity TV customers on the TV and across platforms for the Winter Olympics PyeongChang 2018.

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Comcast – Why Work For Us?


At Comcast, your career options are endless. We recognize that our employees are vital to our success and we're constantly on the lookout for dynamic individuals who can bring a unique style to our group. If you share in our passion for teamwork, our vision to revolutionize industries and our goal to lead the future in media and technology, we want you to fast-forward your career at Comcast.

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At Comcast, you'll work alongside best-in-class innovators in a fast-paced and rewarding environment - but that's not all. Full-time employees are eligible for a number of benefits and special perks, including:

Medical, Dental and Vision benefits are available to you and your family on the 91st day of employment. Comcast also offers contacts to help you and your family make informed health care decisions and connect with health management programs including Doctor on Demand, Second Opinion, and Centers of Excellence.

Programs like Doctor on Demand, Second Opinion, and Centers of Excellence help you find medical care quickly.

Our 401(k) program offers a generous company match. We also have discounted stock purchase opportunities for employees throughout the year. Comcast also offers complementary personal finance counseling from professionals – from budgeting to long-term planning.

Maternity management, adoption assistance, child and elder care resources, help buying a car/home, going back to school, fitting wellness into your lifestyle.

Comcast employees in serviceable areas enjoy free XFINITY TV and Internet services, as well as deeply discounted Voice and Home options – an annual savings of about $3,000.

Employees enjoy discounted tickets to the Universal Orlando and Hollywood theme parks, as well as 20% off Fandango gift cards. We also offer Comcast employees the opportunity to get discounts and cash back on nearly 800 products and services.


Comcast recognizes the importance of individual growth in our employees and is dedicated to helping you reach your personal and professional goals. We dedicate significant resources – including tuition assistance for approved undergraduate and graduate courses – to help provide our employees with the tools they need to thrive.


As part of our partnership with the U.S. Chamber of Commerce Foundation's "Hiring Our Heroes" initiative, we've committed to hiring 10,000 veterans, reservists, and spouses or domestic partners of active military across all levels of our organization by 2017. Are you ready to join our mission?


Diversity and inclusion is recognized, celebrated, and supported at Comcast. We believe that an inclusive culture both engages and empowers employees. Today, the Comcast family is stronger than ever thanks in no small part to the rich diversity of talent and perspectives brought to the organization.

Comcast proudly supports several Employee Resource Groups, which empower employees and support an inclusive company culture. The groups include:

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    Current Employee - Marketing Communications Coordinator in Chicago, IL
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    I have been working at Comcast full-time (More than 5 years)


    Great work environment and focus on leadership growth/ development. Amazing benefits and support a good work life balance.


    Not compensated competitively after 5 years. Lots of changes end of year throughout departments.

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Comcast Photos

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Comcast photo of: Members of Out @ Comcast volunteer at the LGBTQ Home for Hope on Comcast Cares Day.
Comcast photo of: Welcome to the Xfinity Store
Comcast photo of: Silicon Valley Innovation Center
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Comcast Interviews



Getting an Interview

Getting an Interview





    Leadership Role - Viper Denver Interview

    Anonymous Interview Candidate in Denver, CO
    No Offer
    Negative Experience
    Easy Interview


    I applied through an employee referral. The process took 6 weeks. I interviewed at Comcast (Denver, CO).


    Tips for the next person - If you want to get the job, do these things:

    1. Your resume should be very technically focused. A number of people during the interview process said "We only hire very smart people". Yes, This should be the expectation, but what they really meant was that smart = technical. Which was reinforced by countless technical questions that seemed to be purposely vague to see how much you know. This behavior is expected in a purely technical role. This interview was a very senior leadership role.

    2. During the initial screening with HR/recruiter, you want to be humble, honest and kind. Again, this should be the norm, but keep reading. Once you get a face to face, you need to be the same humble, honest, kind person with potential staff, and then with peers you need to bring your arrogance. I literally had more years of experience in this exact job than the peer interviewers, plus more patents, and the highest degree of anyone in the room. Yet still the peers came in hot and tried to pull me down verbally with their vague technical questions. I mistakenly continued to be humble, open and honest and that was the killer of the interview for me.

    Now, here are my tips for Comcast.

    1. You have a staff morale problem in Viper - Denver. Your inability to lead, keep prioritization remotely consistent, motivate, and protect the staff is obvious to them. You're going to have a turn-over problem in 6-12 months. I was told as much directly by staff. I would have told you this directly, except when I asked for feedback on myself after the interview you ignored me.

    2. The culture in Comcast corp. like any big company comes along with politics. You saying to me over and over again "We only hire really smart people" and meaning "we only hire people who are very technical and we equate that with smart" is short sighted. Over the years I have seen Denver Comcast teams take this same exact approach in thinking they can simply get by on their intelligence alone. All of those groups have been broken up by Comcast corp. So, either keep touching the hot stove and expect a different result or,,, get smart.

    Interview Questions

    • Comcast - Pick any technical question and leave out a few key points. Then when the person being interviewed asks clarifying questions, just repeat the question at least 3-4 times. Be as condescending as possible so it puts the person in a defensive position.   2 Answers
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Comcast Awards & Accolades

  • Top 50 Companies for Diversity, DiversityInc, 2013
  • Industry Diversity Champion Award, National Association for Multi-ethnicity in Communications (NAMIC), 2013
  • Top 50 Organizations for Multicultural Business Opportunities,, 2013
  • Top 50 Employers(#9), Careers and the disABLED Magazine, 2013
  • Champion of Diversity, New York Urban League, 2013
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