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ThoughtWorks

4.4
  • #97 in All Sectors
  • 1,000 - 50,000 employees

ThoughtWorks Reviews

GradAustralia surveyed 16 graduates working at ThoughtWorks. Read on to get an insider’s view on life as a graduate.
4.4
Based on 16 reviews

Pros & Cons

  • Great community, interesting work, amazing opportunities to work in different cities around Australia and abroad. The graduate training took place in India, and I got to be a part of a global experience.
  • Flat organisational structure, trust, progressiveness.
  • Training budget, Flat structure, mobile & internet allowance.
  • Travel, variety, colleagues
  • The awesome people I have around me to learn from.
  • Uncertainty around travel
  • Strong opinions can mean some heated debates
  • With so many interesting things happening and events to go to, I have to pace myself and not just do everything because there isn’t enough time in a day.
  • Very strong opinionated people.

What Insiders Say

7.4
Career Prospects
7.4
Career Prospects
ThoughtWorks has a very flat structure which means you can change roles and learn the skills you want to learn without worrying too much about rank.
9.2
Corporate Social Responsibility
9.2
Corporate Social Responsibility
ThoughtWorks is very passionate about this. The first project I was involved in was an app that teaches kids Yawuru language. ThoughtWorks is also very much involved in many other activities such as RapidFTR last year for Typhoon Haian victims in the Philippines
9.1
Culture
9.1
Culture
Flat structure. Colleagues are very passionate about technology and social issues.
9.4
Diversity
9.4
Diversity
Looking at the diverse nature of the other graduates, from different countries and having a very good almost 50% split of gender in IT, this is a big focus for ThoughtWorks. There is an LGBT group that is very active and ThoughtWorks supports in the community in a number of different ways
8.6
Satisfaction