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What it does: Being the global leader in business and financial data, news, and insight, it delivers business and market data, news, video, and analysis to the world. 

Mission: believes in the power of data to bring clarity to the increasingly complex world. It tries to put innovative technology and information resources in the hands of more people so that they can make more informed decisions. 

Size and presence: Bloomberg’s worth is approximately $22.5 billion and it has remained a private company since its inception. It has 176 offices across the world with over 19,000 employees working for it under different departments. 

Best known for: providing financial software tools such as equity trading platforms, analytics, data services, and news to financial companies as well as organizations around the world. Also, it is known for having a non-hierarchical office with no private offices. 

The good bits: Bloomberg helps businesses and organizations turn data into insights so that they can solve problems big and small. It offers its employees a wide range of professional development opportunities combined with training and service. 

The not-so-good bits: Given that the company’s core business is providing financial software tools and enterprise applications to worldwide clients, employees have to give their best every day, every time. 

The Bloomberg Story 

Bloomberg L.P. is a private financial, software, data, and media company based in Midtown Manhattan, New York City. The company was co-founded by Michael Bloomberg with Thomas Secunda, Duncan MacMillan, and Charles Zegar, and a 12% ownership investment by Bank of America. It was founded in 1981 to provide financial software tools and enterprise applications. 

The main products of the company include Bloomberg Professional Services, Bloomberg News, Bloomberg Radio, Bloomberg Television, Bloomberg Markets, Bloomberg Pursuits, Bloomberg Entity Exchange, Bloomberg Government, Bloomberg Law, Bloomberg Opinion, Bloomberg Tradebook, BloombergBeta, Bloomberg Innovation Index, Open Bloomberg, Bloomberg Quicktake, and Bloomberg New Economy Forum. 

In 1981, the company acquired Salomon Brothers, and Michael Bloomberg, a general partner, was given a $10 million partnership settlement. Bloomberg has designed in-house computerized financial systems for Salomon Brothers. He used this partnership buyout to start Innovative Market Systems (IMS). Later, he developed and built his computerized system to provide real-time market data for financial calculations and analytics. 

Today, Bloomberg has offices in 167 locations around the world and the company is known for its non-hierarchical corporate culture. 

Culture & Vibe 

Bloomberg’s culture is all about collaboration and transparency where everyone has the same sized desk with no titles and no offices. All employees sit at similar white desks and use a custom-built Bloomberg computer terminal. It has a unique and mindful work culture where employees are encouraged to be as creative as possible. 

The company has invested a good amount of money to make their offices empowering spaces. It hires people who are hard-working, creative, smart, and collaborative. It provides a work environment that inspires the employees to be their best. 

Recruitment Process 

The selection process at Bloomberg consists of the following steps…

  • Application Submission 
  • Pre-recorded video interview 
  • Phone interview 
  • Video conference interview
  • Technical Round 
  • HR Round 
  • Assessment Day or super day 

The roles like Analytics & Sales, Customer Support, Client Financial Services, Data, and Supply Chain need the candidates to go through a thorough process. It began with applying along with an updated resume through the company’s careers page. Applicants will be asked to complete a few questions related to the role before the applications are sent for assessment. 

The online assessment may take around 25 minutes and it will help the company to measure a variety of qualities. The pre-recorded interviews expressing the personality and interests may be required for some roles. 

The assessment day or super day will be hosted at a Bloomberg office and it includes interviews with Managers or Team Leaders, skilled-based assessment, group activities, building tours, job simulations, and networking. 

Career Prospects 

Bloomberg welcomes different points of view to create the most innovative solutions and that’s why it looks for a diverse workforce. The company hires multi-talented people and each employee is provided with a range of learning opportunities. 

Bloomberg Early Career Programs are designed to help graduates get hands-on experience in their preferred field. On the other hand, the Apprenticeships are designed for UK school leavers and career changers. There are also internships for students to encourage learning by doing. 

Recent graduates and candidates with a few years of experience are welcomed for full-time jobs at Bloomberg. The company also provides career opportunities to veterans who want to change their careers into corporate roles. 

Most full-time roles at Bloomberg are training programs and consist of both classroom and on-the-job training. Most career opportunities at the company fall into four functional areas including Analytics & Sales, Engineering, Data, and Customer Support. 


The average estimated annual salary at Bloomberg is $120,223, or $57 per hour and it includes base and bonus. Whereas, the estimated median salary of employees is $112,326, or $54 per hour. A Group Engineering Manager at Bloomberg gets the highest salary of around $330,000 per year while an Admin Assistant gets the lowest remuneration of around $49,234 per year. 


Apart from salaries, here’s what Bloomberg’s employees get…

  • Comprehensive medical, dental, ad vision plans 
  • Physical and mental well-being programs 
  • On-site health services 
  • Retirement savings plan 
  • Gender-neutral parental leaves
  • Family planning assistance 
  • Eldercare 
  • Employee Assistance Program (EAP) 

Social Contributions 

Bloomberg Philanthropies consist of all of Michael R. Bloomberg’s giving and work to improve the lives of millions of people in more than 940 cities and 173 countries. The Bloomberg Philanthropies invested to reduce health and wealth disparities in black communities. It is also fighting illegal dumping with the help of art and giving public health professionals and local leaders the tools to fight against pandemics and save lives. 

Moreover, the company supports arts and culture to improve communities along with taking actions to protect the planet. The Founder’s Projects aim to improve lives worldwide and ensure safer, longer, and healthier lives. 


Turner Construction and Bloomberg LP construction scandal were the two biggest controversies in the life of Bloomberg. Between 2010 and 2017, a ‘pay-to-play’ scheme went along between two Bloomberg executives, two Turner Construction executives, and vendors and subcontractors involving Bloomberg’s office’s interior construction. 

The company’s construction manager was sentenced to two years in prison in July 2020 for tax evasion and accepting bribery. Later in September 2020, the Director of Global Construction at Bloomberg was found guilty of evading taxes and receiving bribes. He was sentenced to prison for three years and two months in January 2021.

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