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  • A look back: Jeanne Thompson talked to Eliza, Director of Workplace Solutions, Thought Leadership, about her journey to authenticity.

    Coming Out at Work: One Woman's Journey to Authenticity

    Eliza Badeau felt like she was living a double life. When she first joined Fidelity as a graduate intern in 2010 she was excited to be at the firm and dressed the part.

  • Fidelity's Head of Talent, Andrea Hough, shares our perspective on career vitality.

    How Fidelity Investments made 'career vitality' a talent must

    Career vitality, according to Head of Talent at Fidelity Investments Andrea Hough, is your ability to grow in your current role. Fidelity takes this growth seriously with programs that allow employees to take on challenging assignments to create opportunities for career growth. "Our people can follow their passions and see where they lead.

  • If you're looking for a career in which working hard and flexibility are valued, consider Fidelity.

    5 Reasons Women Love Working at Fidelity

    There's more to who we are than what we do professionally. That being said, what we do professionally does account for a pretty significant chunk of our day-to-day lives. With the average American working 44 hours a week, according to the Bureau of Labor Statistics, that means our careers account for about 2,288 of our waking hours annually.

  • Go behind the scenes with the Side of the Desk #podcast squad in our newest episode! Learn about our day jobs, career paths, and how we feel as women in financial services.

    ?Side of the Desk: Meet the Podcast Squad on Apple Podcasts

    ?Ever wondered who makes the Side of the Desk? Go behind the scenes with the women who drive this podcast. Hear about our day jobs, our career paths, and how we feel as young women in financial services. This episode is hosted by Annabel, Farrah, Hanna, Lucie and Maggie.

  • Since 2015, Fidelity’s personal finance teacher training program has reached more than 1,800 teachers and, in turn, 185,000 students nationwide. We do this by partnering with organizations like Jump$tart Coalition, who bring together the financial literacy community to foster learning and collaboration!

    Financial Fridays: Fidelity | Jump$tart Coalition

    Fidelity Investments has a long-standing commitment of providing financial education to our customers, helping them make better personal finance and investing decisions to meet their unique life event goals. This commitment extends beyond our customers. It goes deep into the communities where our associates live and work.

  • Fidelity Associate Samantha shares her personal story of working to overcome $55,000 in student debt with Fidelity's help. Hear her story via The Dallas Morning News

    In hot labor market, Dallas-area companies dangle a new perk: Paying off employees' student loans

    Samantha Brace had racked up $55,000 of college debt by the time she graduated from the University of Texas at Arlington. So when she got married a year after graduating, she figured she'd have to postpone plans to move into a large, family-friendly house.

  • Our newest podcast just tackled one of the hottest career topics: work-life balance. Listen in as we share the authentic experience of being a professional in today's ever-changing workforce.

    ?Side of the Desk: Bringing your Personal Self to Work on Apple Podcasts

    ?Fidelity associate Laura, a Marketing Manager, started the Weekend Inspo. Originally meant to be a casual weekly newsletter, she's grown Weekend Inspo internationally and created a new community by encouraging coworkers to bring their personal lives into the office. She was also chosen to be part of...

  • Ever wonder how Kathy Murphy became Head of Fidelity's Personal Investing business unit? Hear the story about how a change in her family's situation caused her career pivot.

    Fidelity's Kathy Murphy: Her Dad's Death Changed Her Career Path

    She never planned to wind up in financial services.

  • Lorna Martyn, SVP and Head of Technology for #FidelityIreland, shares her inspirational story about becoming a female technologist.

    "You can't be what you can't see"

    When I graduated from university in the 1990s, conversations around diversity and inclusion were very few. Indeed, having graduated from a Computer Science program, where approximately 50% of the participants were female, it never occurred to me (or my contemporaries) that we would face a different situation in the workplace, where we might be a minority or our progression paths might differ from our male counterparts.

  • In our newest Side of the Desk podcast episode, we host Diversity & Inclusion Leader Angela Clark! Tune in to learn how you can be more inclusive in your life.

    ?Side of the Desk on Apple Podcasts

    ?This podcast shares the authentic experience of being a professional in today's ever-changing workforce. We highlight employee stories, mentorship successes, and accomplishments to empower all of us to reach our highest potential. Join the conversation around office life hosted by FidelityJobs and...

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