January 21, 2022
Yes, at the time of publishing Spotify lists 397 jobs that can be done remotely.
It depends on your role and region. For the majority of roles Spotify lets you choose between an office or working from home. You won’t have total freedom of location though. Their wording below explains how you will still be limited to the region you were hired in:
For example, if your role is based in Stockholm, you may be eligible to work remotely within Europe. There are a few things to consider though. To comply with local laws, Spotify must be a registered entity in the country you wish to work. You’ll also need to have all the necessary visas and documentation to work in the location of your choice. And of course, any changes will need to be discussed and approved by your manager to ensure it makes sense for your team and role. If you do wish to move region, you can apply for a new role in that region and go through the recruitment process as usual.
You can read actual employee reviews here. In summary, Spotify works hard to create a modern, inclusive culture. From a more critical perspective, they grew extremely fast and there have been reports of office politics and difficult managers. As with all large companies, your experience will depend a lot on your particular team and region.
Spotify has offices in 43 cities around the world. Their major hubs are in Stockholm, London, Berlin and New York.
Yes - they will provide you with similar equipment that you’d enjoy at the office.
Yes - as a leading tech company Spotify pays good salaries. Data from 2019-2021 shows annual base salaries ranging from $60,000 to $293,000 for a variety of roles.
Yep, Spotify offers options to all permanent employees.
Yes, Spotify does a lot of work to improve diversity and inclusivity. Read more about their Diversity, Inclusion & Belonging policy here.
To unlock the potential of human creativity by giving a million creators the opportunity to live off their art and billions of fans the opportunity to enjoy and be inspired by it.
At the time of publishing there are over 6,000 employees, with an average age of 34 and 21% in manager positions.