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If you’re interested working at a place where music, media, and technology intersect, then you should check out jobs at Pandora.

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Board Operator, Sports Play-by-Play
Washington, DC
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Board Operator, Sports Play-by-Play
Washington, DC
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In-Situ And Satellite Trace Gas Observations: Data Analysis And Modeling
Greenbelt, MD
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Facilities Technician
Columbia, MD
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Business Intelligence Consultant
Baltimore, MD
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Financial Analyst
Baltimore, MD
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Financial Analyst
Baltimore, MD
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Talent Coordinator
Baltimore, MD
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Senior Analyst, Billing Operations
Washington, DC
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Full-Time Sales Associate at Pandora Boutique, Dulles Town Center
Dulles, VA
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I used to listen to a lot more music. In fact, my first website was music related (I won’t go into any more detail because it’s embarrassing). I guess I got a bad taste in my mouth from the shutdown of all of the file sharing websites. As new services have popped up that make it easy to listen to music for free, I’ve started to listen again. One of those services is Pandora, which uses The Music Genome Project to deliver users a radio station that is tailored to their individual tastes. It’s a simple idea, but a huge technical challenge. Not only does Oakland, CA based Pandora have to deliver different music to every user—and all at the same time—but they also have to be able to predict what kind of music you’re going to like based on songs that you tell them that you like. They do the hard part, and all you have to do is click a thumbs up or a thumbs down when they start playing a song for you.

Pandora Is All Gifted

If you were wondering where Pandora got its name, you can read all about it here. And if you’re wondering what Pandora is like, just try it. You can even get an iPhone app and play music in the background, which is awesome. There’s not a lot more to the Pandora product than being able to listen to great music whenever and wherever you want for free. The business is built on both an advertising supported and a freemium model. For $36 a year you can get Pandora One, and if you don’t want to pay you can listen to targeted ads occasionally—just like normal radio. If you’re interested working at a place where music, media, and technology intersect, then you should check out jobs at Pandora. They have a ton of positions posted right now, and plenty seem suitable for new or recent grads. These include positions in Advertising Sales, Software/Web Development, Accounting, Design, and more. You can apply online, and if you have any questions you can reach out to them at pandora-jobs@pandora.com.

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