Zillow announced Thursday that it will hire more than 2,000 employees across the country this year, which would increase its workforce by 40 percent.
Most of the new roles would be working in the tech, mortgage and loans, and product and software development functions, Zillow said. The new roles would be a mix of field and on-site roles.
“While we boldly reimagine how to buy and sell homes for today’s digitally minded customer, Zillow is seizing the opportunity to reimagine how we work,” says Dan Spaulding, chief people officer at Zillow. “Our Distributed Workforce Model is a more inclusive, more personalized, more flexible, more efficient way of working. We are broadening our pipelines to attract more underrepresented talent and are providing career development opportunities that may have not otherwise existed for our employees.”
The jobs, as they come available, will be listed on the Zillow careers page.