FactSet Research

FactSet Research is a financial data and software company that provides software and integrated data. FactSet focuses on providing research to investors and professionals that work in financial services. FactSet Research helps their clients understand and gain insight from raw financial data, which helps them strengthen their financial analysis and reporting.

What

FactSet Research

Looks For

FactSet Research Systems is looking to hire top talent within the financial technology industry. FactSet looks for candidates that are dynamic, motivated, and passionate; additionally, they look for people who are willing to learn about the complexities of software and data. 


History of

FactSet Research

FactSet Research was founded in the year 1978 by Charles Synder and Howard Willie. FactSet went public on June 28, 1996 and began trading on the New York Stock Exchange. FactSet Research Systems has grown into a global company, with offices in six out of the seven continents, and has 126,000 users.

FactSet Research

Internship Programs

Internship Programs

The FactSet Research internships combine classroom lectures with hands-on assignments, while others involve complete immersion with their teams. Interns will gain a mentor within their department, interact with representatives from throughout the organization, and learn about clients’ different investment workflows. FactSet prioritizes helping interns grow professional skills as well as industry knowledge. 


What it's like to Work at

FactSet Research

Quick Facts

Entry-level careers:
Sales / Account Management
Product
Engineering
Data / Analytics
Business Development
Administration
Human Resources / People / Talent
Corporate Strategy & Partnerships
industries
Tech
office locations
Greater Austin
Greater Boston
Greater Chicago
Greater Los Angeles
Greater Minneapolis
Greater New York
Greater San Francisco

Internship Info

Number of interns (2022)
Preferred education level
Undergraduate Juniors and Seniors
Perks
  • College Tuition Reimbursement
  • Onsite fitness center

FactSet Research

Interview Process

A video or phone interview with a HR Recruiter

In this initial video or phone interview with a HR Recruiter where you will be asked about your resume, as well as behavioral and cultural-fit questions. 

An in-person interview and assessment

Depending on the position, you might have to complete a traditional interview, a written exam, a group exercise, and coding and programming assessments.