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Reason #1 to work at Blue State Digital

Be part of a mission that’s literally written on our walls.

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Reason #2 to work at Blue State Digital

Surround yourself with people who impress you.

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Reason #3 to work at Blue State Digital

Change the world Monday through Friday — and have a life, too.

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Reason #4 to work at Blue State Digital

Work on the right side of history.

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Reason #5 to work at Blue State Digital

Make stuff you’re proud of.

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Reason #6 to work at Blue State Digital

No jerks allowed.

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The Perks

Time off for adults

Take whatever time you need to live a balanced and fulfilling personal life.

Better parental leave

When you work for us, we work with you to design a paid leave plan that devotes plenty of time to your new deliverable.

Don't stop learning

Go ahead, take that class. We invest in the professional development of every employee.

Grow your own way

Not everyone’s career path is the same. We offer opportunities to grow in directions that satisfy your interests.

Match your 401K

Saving for retirement may not be sexy now, but you’ll thank us later for matching your contribution.

Hack your own job

We give our employees opportunities to improve the way we work, at work.

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