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You can be yourself

At Nielsen, individuality is respected, differences are celebrated and all associates have a voice.

Diversity and Inclusion are not just an important part of our culture, but are critical to our growth, strength and ability to innovate.

Bring your unique experiences, perspectives and creativity to help us provide outstanding service to our clients around the world!

You can make a difference

Nielsen studies consumers in more than 100 countries, giving our clients the most complete view of trends and habits worldwide. No other organization in the world knows more about consumer behavior and what people are watching and buying.

We are also passionate about giving back to communities where we live and work through our many Corporate Social Responsibility Programs.

A world of opportunity awaits in and outside the office—make an impact for your client, team, community and beyond!

You can grow with us

We want everyone to innovate, take risks, learn and grow!

Associates have many opportunities to develop as an individual, as part of a team and as a leader. And in a dynamic business like ours, the ways to continue grow and build your career are ever-evolving.

Nielsen values outstanding performance and contribution. Be recognized, rewarded and promoted based on your impact to your team and the organization!



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About Nielsen

Nielsen N.V. (NYSE: NLSN) is a global performance management company that provides a comprehensive understanding of what consumers Watch and Buy. Nielsen’s Watch segment provides media and advertising clients with Total Audience measurement services across all devices where content — video, audio and text — is consumed. The Buy segment offers consumer – more... 

  • "The Women In Nielsen (WIN) employee resource group offers numerous opportunities for myself and my colleagues to #PressforProgress. We have partnered with our counterparts in Europe to launch a mentorship program where members can be mentees/mentors to another associate in a different region. We hold talks featuring speakers from our local Human Resources team to educate staff about growth and development opportunities within the company. From these efforts, we have seen our members raising their hands and taking part in their regions to ensure that we continue to develop women in our organization." - Belinda, Senior Operations Manager, Johannesburg, South Africa #experiencenielsen
  • “I have telecommuted from my home two to three days per week during my last 26 years at Nielsen. I was one of the first people in Nielsen Australia who was offered flexible work options. It has been a perfect way for me to work in the company, as I live over 100km from the Sydney office. Nielsen supplies ways of working that allow us to manage work and life very well. All of my team work as flexibly as I do. This has definitely enhanced their value to the team and to the company.” - Phil, Consumer Panel Services (CPS) Pacific Technology Lead, Australia #ExperienceNielsen
  • "Over the past few years, myself and other members of the Women in Nielsen employee resource group in India worked to ensure that our company policies are supportive of women at all stages in their career. In partnership with our local and global Human Resources teams, we are in the process of using data to modify our processes to ensure that women are being offered the right opportunities in areas such as training, mentoring and career development. We’ve also modified maternity policies, provided flexible hours and work from home options, and began offering childcare services as a benefit to our associates." - Radhika, Executive Director, Client Business Partner, Kolkata, India #experiencenielsen
  • "The World Economic Forum recently reported that closing the Global Gender Gap will take 217 years at its current pace—a number that hits extra close to home when I think about my own young daughters. We can and must accelerate the pace of change with a #PressforProgress today and everyday thereafter." - Chris, President, FMCG and Retail #experiencenielsen #IWD2018 (Photo of family illustrated by Chris)
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