Instagram inspire creativity

Instagram was released by Kevin Systrom and Mike Krieger in October 2010. In September 2012, Facebook's Mark Zuckerberg bought Instagram for $1 billion.
With over 500 million users, Instagram allows people to share photos and videos instantaneously.
January 2011, hashtags were introduced to help users find things and people they were looking for.
June 2013, Instagram began allowing videos to be shared in addition to normal photos.

Why work for Instagram?

  • Since Facebook now owns Instagram, the real question is why work for Facebook?
Menlo Park Campus, CA
  • Creative freedom is given to employees no matter what level they work.
  • New ideas are welcomed and encouraged to be shared.
  • Employees at Facebook/Instagram Headquarters at Menlo Park live in a "work neighborhood," not a cubicle.
"Capture and share the world's moments"

Environmentally-friendly cost saving benefits for employees include:

  • Passes and reimbursement for public transit
  • Daycare and adoption fee assitance
  • On campus fully equipped gym for employees
  • 3 FREE meals a day
  • Health, dental, and vision benefits
  • 21 paid vacation days + 11 paid company holidays
  • One of very few companies who give earned merit bonuses
Most liked Instagram of 2015:

In conclusion, working for Instagram would allow you to explore your creative side. You will never be bored, and each day will bring something new and exciting into your life.

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Caroline Carney

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