A real estate and rental marketplace that operates a database of more than 110 million US homes - including homes for sale, homes for rent and homes not currently on the market, as well as Zestimate home values, Rent Zestimates and other home-related information.



Looks For

Zillow is looking for smart, passionate adventurers to join them as they reimagine the real estate transaction and change the way people buy, sell, rent and finance their homes.

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The CEO of Zillow has an open Slack channel in which employees can directly contact him. The recruitment process also values all voices, with job panels reflecting the diversity of the community, interviewers who are trained to recognize and avoid unconscious bias, and a platform that monitors job descriptions for any off-putting language.


Internship Programs

The University Program

Zillow’s University Program is like no other. At Zillow, you’ll be paired with a manager and mentor, and you'll get to work with small teams on business-critical projects straightaway. In addition to competitive pay, we offer temporary housing assistance and a summer packed with exciting events.

Technology Internships and posted in September. Business and sales internships are posted in late fall to early winter.

Types of Internships:

  • Data/Analytics
  • Engineering
  • Marketing

What it's like to Work at


Quick Facts

Entry-level careers:
Data / Analytics
UI & UX Design
Human Resources / People / Talent
Research & Development
Brand Marketing
Office Locations
Denver, CO
San Francisco, CA
New York, NYC
Atlanta, GA
Cincinnati, OH
Los Angeles, CA
Kansas City, MO

Internship Info

Number of interns (2022)
Preferred education level
Undergraduate Juniors and Seniors or students pursuing their MPA or graduate degree
  • 100% Health coverage
  • Fully-paid sabbaticals
  • On-site fitness/subsidized gym
  • Non-discrimination policy includes sexual orientation
  • Health insurance for part-timers
  • Sick days for part-timers


Interview Process

1. Phone interview screening

The first step of the process is typically a brief phone conversation to go over your background and interests that'll act as a screen to determine if you should be moved to the next round.

2. (4) Separate in-person interviews

The next step of the process is in-person interviews. These will be a mix of behavioral and technical to better assess your qualifications and see if you could be a fit.

3. Phone interview

The next phase is another phone interview, this time with someone who held a similar position to the one you are applying for.

4. In-person interview

The last step is an in-person interview with the General Manager and the Hiring Manager. They have the final say in if you should be hired.