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    Jo Ann Jenkins
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  • Founded
  • Company size
    1001 to 5,000
  • Revenue
    $1B to $5B (USD)
  • Industry
    Nonprofit & NGO
  • Link
    AARP website
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Employees at AARP have reported receiving these benefits. They will vary by role and location.

Retirement plan
Health insurance
Vision insurance
Dental insurance
Paid time off
Life insurance
Disability insurance

Rating overview

Rating is calculated based on 1.3K reviews and is evolving.



Tax Preparer/Counselor in Reston, VA
on February 29, 2016
AARP provided me with Best training to prepare taxes. They allow to balance between life and work. All counselors work voluntarily and happily. I recommend others to join AARP.
Senior Product Marketing Manager, Consultant Complete Contract in Washington, DC
on April 21, 2022
I loved working at AARP because it was collaborative working environment and people were great. I like the fact that tools and resources were readily available and there was an open-door policy at the executive level.
Senior Manager in District of Columbia
on April 14, 2022
People are friendly but management can be demanding and lack transparency. Great benefits, PTO, volunteering opportunities. The work can be very demanding.
Data Entry Clerk in Lakewood, CA
on March 12, 2022
I like working here. It's peaceful enviornment. I wish they hired me as a permanent full-time employee. I don't like being a temp, makes me worried about my future.
Intake Specialist in Houston County, TX
on February 27, 2022
I was a part of the SCSEP program so the compensation was very low. I was there before the pandemic, and now I understand some changes have taken place. Toward the end of my employment there, I left for better compensation my manager became very ill. Otherwise, it was a very rewarding place to work making a difference, helping others.

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