Inclusion drives innovation

Inclusion is a JPL core value, and fostering a diverse and equitable work environment is mission-critical for the Lab. Just as we are fearless in doing the impossible, we must also be fearless in taking action, respecting our employees' experiences, creating an inclusive environment where differing perspectives are valued and respected, and being a catalyst for positive change.

Diverse community

We believe in having a workforce representative of the U.S. labor force, and pushing ourselves to seek out connections across difference to build broad networks. We identify talent, partners, and subcontractors from as broad a pool of options as possible.

Equitable opportunity

We leverage data and research-backed solutions to increase the equity of our systems and processes. We ensure that every employee has what they need to reach their full potential, and we continuously evaluate and examine our policies and practices to ensure that unconscious bias is not inadvertently embedded.

Accessible workplace

Employees with disabilities are seen as valued members of the JPL community, and their voices are included in accessibility-related decisions. Disabled colleagues have the same opportunities and access to tools as a person without a disability.

Trust and accountability

We cultivate a culture of mutual trust and accountability between our employees and our leaders through transparency in our policies, our decision-making, and in our demographic data.  We ensure that our employees trust our systems to report when issues arise, and do not fear reprisal.

Land acknowledgment

JPL is located on the traditional lands of the Tongva peoples, specifically the Hahamog’na band. These lands, Tovaangar, or the Los Angeles basin, continue to be the homelands of the Kizh (Pronounced Keech) Gabrieleño Band Of Mission Indians and other Indigenous peoples of the region. With this acknowledgment, we affirm and preserve Indigenous sovereignty, and pay our respects to all our relations, past, present, and future. We recognize our past and commit to creating a future where Indigenous voices are honored.
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Career opportunities
You too can be part of one-of-a-kind science, research and technology that help our fellow humans, here on Earth and one day out there in space. We also offer careers in the business of space, including administration, communications, human resources, finance and more. 
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Project Discovery
In partnership with the Society for Women Engineers (SWE) and iRelaunch, JPL’s Discovery Project is a returnship program that focuses on bringing professionals back to the workforce after an extended absence of a year or more.
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Career Events
Our JPL recruiters and technical representatives participate in many career fairs and conferences throughout the year. They do interviews, talks, and on-the-spot offers, so if you’re interested in a career at JPL, don’t miss out, and register today for an event near you.
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Our employees

We're more than our missions, science and innovations. We are mothers, fathers, first-generation immigrants, daughter, grandsons, cat owners, musicians, and more. Get to know JPL employees and be inspired to join them
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Get the merch

There is no official dress code at JPL, but we do love our merch! Want to wear what employees are wearing? Check out the JPL store!