Nov 21, 2016 08:42 AM EST

Facebook Jobs Available: Social Media Giant Offers Employment in One of the 'Best Places to Work' this 2017!

Facebook is one of the most popular social media platforms of today's generation. It was Founded by Mark Zuckerberg on February 04, 2004, with his colleagues from Harvard University. Since its launch in 2006, the social media site became widely popular, and with its growth came the need for more people and more jobs..

Now, on its 12th year on the industry, Facebook posts job opportunities. Via a report from CNBC, the site was said to offer jobs this coming 2017. Careers needed are for Technical, Engineering, and Recruiting teams.

The company raised 31% of its headcounts last quarter. There are already 15,700 employees who are hired by the site.

One of the major requirements before working on the social media giant is that you must have an excellent way of thinking when it comes to solving real problems. Those who can think critically and could influence every one of his or her decisions. Facebook is not just about coding and programming, it also requires genuine ideas as to how to improve the site.

Benefits of working for the site are free meals and 16 weeks of parental leave. Salaries are also high for Technical ($121,800 per year), and Engineering ($110,400 per year). Therefore, a lot of people are eager to be part of the company. It is also believed to be one of the "best places to work" as it was given 4.5 star by Glassdoor; an employment website.

As the job opportunities in the said fields becomes relevant to everyone, Facebook is also looking for someone who can make a big impact in the future regarding on the importance of technology. It is not only a social media site that connects you and your family and friends. It is also a company that continues to expand, improve, and evolve as years goes by.

An per an article from TNW, Facebook is also trying to make a "LinkedIn-like" feature to have an easy access on finding jobs.

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