VIDEO: Career Advice from People That Work at AT&T

AT&T (No. 4 on the DiversityInc Top 50 Companies list) employees look forward to coming to work for one main reason: the people. The company’s unique culture and belief that everyone has a voice allows teams to accomplish incredible things. From the latest innovations in technology to impacting the community, working at AT&T is about challenging yourself to become the best version of you.


“This is a company that really values its employees and the development of talent.”

Vince Pai,

Director of Communications, Big Data

“The best career advice that I would give someone considering a job with AT&T is to just do it. Just apply. AT&T has great benefits and great resources, and you can always look forward to having the opportunity for progression in your career.”

Keshia Robinson,

Sr. Contract Sourcing Specialist

“You create a network of folks and you grow and you get a ton of opportunities later down the road.”

Alex Jones,

Sales Manager

“AT&T provides great opportunities for us to engage both in mentoring and within the community.”

Michelle Thomas,

Exec. Director, Corporate Compliance

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