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comScore Overview

Reston, VA
1001 to 5000 employees
Company - Public (SCOR)
Business Services
$1 to $2 billion (USD) per year
comScore, Inc. (OTC: SCOR) is a leading cross-platform measurement company that precisely measures audiences, brands and consumer behavior everywhere.

comScore completed its merger with Rentrak Corporation in January 2016, to create the new model for a ... Read more

Mission: Our mission is to deliver the most precise understanding of audiences, brands and consumers everywhere.
Content today is viewed anytime, anywhere.

Our expertise in unifying billions of pieces of proprietary data, encompassing digital, TV, movie ... Read more

Company Updates

  • We're ever grateful for his vision and leadership that brought comScore to the forefront of cross-platform measurement. Best of luck to Magid going forward. THANK YOU MAGID!

    Dr. Magid Abraham Resigns as Executive Chairman of the comScore Board of Directors

    RESTON, Va., July 22, 2016 /PRNewswire/ comScore (SCOR) today announced that co-founder Dr. Magid Abraham has resigned as executive chairman of the comScore board of directors. He will remain on the comScore board through the remainder of his term, which expires in 2018.

  • comScore and Opera Mediaworks Receive Advertising Research Foundation’s David Ogilvy Award!

    comScore and Opera Mediaworks Receive Advertising Research Foundation's David Ogilvy Award

    comScore (NASDAQ: SCOR) announced today that the company was awarded a David Ogilvy Award at Advertising Research Foundation's (The ARF) Re:Think 2016 conference. comScore and client, Opera Mediaworks, received a gold award in the mobile insights category for joint research entitled, "The Impact of Native Mobile Video Ads on Key Brand Metrics."

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comScore – Why Work For Us?

comScore is a leading internet technology company that measures what people do as they navigate the digital world - and turns that information into insights and actions for our clients to maximize the value of their digital investments.

We know digital

We’ve been driving digital innovation and shaping the digital landscape since 1999.

We are big data

We handle almost 2 trillion interactions each month from 172 different countries. That’s almost equal to 40% of the monthly page views of the entire internet. 

We give clients an analytics advantage

Our Analytics for a Digital World™ enable faster, actionable insight from all forms of digital data. As digital becomes increasingly pervasive, complex, and multi-platform, clients worldwide rely on comScore industry expertise and audience, advertising, enterprise analytics for better answers to bigger questions. Clients can leverage comScore data (global panel & census network) with their own data (web, mobile, video, CRM, etc.) for unmatched clarity into where their business has been and where it needs to go.

Whether you are an enterprise, agency, publisher or network operator we can help you grow.



Digital touches every aspect of our lives. The digital age makes it possible for people to connect with others whether they are nearby or around the globe, learn about breaking news, go shopping, manage their bank accounts from anywhere and much more. In fact, there is not much that is done without the help of digital technology these days.

comScore was created in 1999 to measure how consumers use the Internet. We were the first to figure out how to measure Internet-powered technologies and their impact on consumers, the market and the world.


Today, we are a trusted and independent digital media analytics company, and the scorekeepers in the biggest technology era of all time. Our products and services help clients understand how their audiences consume content and ads across screens – meaning desktops, smartphones, televisions, tablets, wearables and more – know if their advertising is working, and leverage data where they want and need it. Ultimately, we make audiences and advertising more valuable, and help our clients discern the true value of media.


Our data and technology are well-established crucial components in measuring and analyzing the rapidly evolving digital media world, and are widely deployed at a broad range of publishers, enterprises, agencies and mobile operators, both in the US and around the globe.

As digital technology forces the world to continually re-think every aspect of business, comScore is at the center of these changes and trends. It is a tremendous responsibility, and an awesome privilege and opportunity to be a leader in this ever-changing industry.

We need people who can think big and are ready to explore and define the next great frontier.


-Serge Matta, CEO

EXPERIENCEnew thinking every day

Selecting an employer is an important step that will have a significant impact on your life and career. What often attracts students and recent grads to comScore is our unique mix of start-up culture and established leadership. What WE need are thinkers. Creative problem solvers. People who never accept face value, but instinctively dig deeper to find the story. People whose wheels never stop turning. Bring that, and prepare for amazing results.

EXPERIENCEthe real world in action

The work you’ve done in the classroom will prepare you well for the training and refinement you will experience the first year at comScore. You will gain exposure to sophisticated technologies, methodologies, and high-profile client partnerships. You will work with massive data volumes, navigate custom distributed systems, and formulate the insights that have made comScore a respected leader in digital media analytics. Hear why recent college hires and interns chose comScore and discover what you might expect in your first year:


EXPERIENCEimmersive comScore training

As a recent college graduate hired by comScore, you'll have the opportunity to ramp up in a dynamic, employee-driven training program that will prepare you for your role within the company. Interactive presentations, group projects, and open discussions with company leaders will immediately give you the tools you need to achieve success. In addition to formal new employee training, comScore periodically conducts in-house seminars for management and leadership training.

What's best is that you will be training alongside managers and mentors, many of whom started their careers at comScore as recent graduates, just like yourself. 


Top 5 reasons to intern with comScore


Learn about the latest innovations in digital measurement and big data while exploring comScore with an eye towards full time opportunities here after graduation.


Want to learn about Hadoop, JavaScript, SQL or hone your client facing skills? Get hands-on business experience and opportunities to work with all levels of comScore employees.


Hear from executives in informal settings like our Lunch and Learn discussion series or go find someone and talk to them. Take advantage of your time here.


Network with other interns at team events and through employee organizations like comScore Cares.


And learn tons!

Working together to make a difference:

Our work reaches beyond the walls of comScore and even the clients we serve. comScore Cares is an employee-driven philanthropy initiative that encourages and empowers comScorians around the globe to make an impact in our respective local communities, whether that be through participating in charitable events or volunteer programs.

Recent projects include hosting bake sales for Feeding America and the St. Jude’s Children’s Hospital, putting together gift packages for Angeltree, blooddrives at the office, Lee Denim Day, Movember contests and more. Additionally, comScore actively participates in industry-related benefits and sponsorships.


comScore’s Young Professional Group is an organized community that provides comScore employees who are young in their careers with opportunities for professional development through learning and social events. 


What are the Goals of the Group?

  • Help new hires feel more connected to the company and other young professionals through learning and social events.
  • Offer learning opportunities throughout the year to create an environment of continuous learning and professional development.
  • Identify individuals in the company that new hires can reach out to for questions and support.
  • Provide young professionals the chance to share their knowledge with newer employees through a mentorship.

Benefits of joining the Young Professional Group:

  • Make a smoother transition into the workforce.
  • Gain a mentor and a network of peers.
  • Further your development as a professional.
  • Gain career development opportunities and guidance.
  • Increase your network of resources


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    "Solid Company"

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    Positive Outlook

    I have been working at comScore full-time (More than a year)


    Unlimited PTO, Exposure to Big Data and large scale problem solving. Leadership in most parts of the company is pretty strong.


    Leaders of different parts of the organization rarely agree and often pursue objectives independent of one another. Hours can be long, but that is becoming more rare. Change can be slow, but it does eventually happen. Pay is below average.

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comScore Interviews



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    I applied through an employee referral. I interviewed at comScore.


    I had 30 min phone interview and after that in person interview.
    asked all resume based questions and few basic SQL questions.
    Tell me about yourself.
    Describe a difficult work situation / project and how you overcame it.
    Why should we hire you?

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comScore Awards & Accolades

  • Industry shaper, World Economic Forum, 2010
  • Top Intern Employers, CollegeGrad, 2009
  • Top Entry Level Employers, CollegeGrad, 2009
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