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comScore Overview

Reston, VA
1001 to 5000 employees
1999
Company - Public (SCOR)
Advertising & Marketing
$1 to $2 billion (USD) per year
At comScore, we believe in measuring what matters to make cross-platform audiences, consumer behavior and advertising more valuable for our clients.

We are a recognized global leader in cross-platform measurement of audiences, advertising and consumer ... Read more

Mission: We are creating a new model for a dynamic, cross-platform world.

In today’s dynamic media landscape, measurement must evolve to keep pace with the challenges and opportunities of a cross-platform world. That’s why comScore’s New ... Read more

comScore – Why Work For Us?


We are at a cross-platform crossroads
With multiple platforms, channels and media types, it can be difficult to cut through the data clutter. A new measurement model is needed to unlock value for publishers, advertisers and brands. comScore is creating that new model.


 
Focus on the metrics that matter
The goal of advertising is and always has been to have an impact. While it’s critically important for an ad to be seen, viewability alone is not a measure of effectiveness. It’s time to shift our focus back to other metrics that matter so marketers can evaluate the true success of their efforts and media companies can prove their value.
 
 
Mobile First. Second Nature.
Accounting for more than 60% of digital time in the majority of global markets, mobile has changed how we consume content, communicate and connect – it’s our primary tool. And for publishers, advertisers and brands, its importance can’t be ignored.
 
 
Local measurement that’s truly local
With TV viewership information built from the ZIP code-level up across all 210 local markets, only comScore provides local stations and agencies with television measurement that truly represents their audience’s unique viewing behaviors.
 
 

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

Do you have creative ideas and do you like pitching solutions?
Bring it to life during comScore’s Hackathon!


The Hackathon is a fast-paced, live event where employees create teams
from offices across different continents to combine their intellect, creative
and technical skills to turn ideas into something real.

Individuals and teams are challenged to come up with original and creative projects; from the ideation and initial pitch, through working on and building the project with your team, to the final presentation to the judges.
Projects can relate directly to comScore, our products, and our data—or be something completely different and unique!

Winners will earn company wide recognition, awesome tech prizes and of course, bragging rights. 

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    Pros

    Amazing coworkers, who are smarter than you'll ever be.
    A lot of independence.
    You are held accountable for your actions.
    Exciting clients.
    Evolving needs and products.

    Cons

    Slumping morale after recent layoffs, and failing to meet some internal company goals.
    We aren't moving fast enough.

    Advice to Management

    Focus your energy where it is needed most, in advancing our products and evangelizing them within the community.

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comScore Interviews

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    Application

    I applied online. I interviewed at comScore.

    Interview

    Telephone screen with Human Resources/Recruiting; then telephone interview with direct supervisor; then telephone interview with direct supervisor's manager; then in-person interview with the general counsel. We'll see if I make it to the next step.

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