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Why John Deere

If you're the kind of person who strives to do great work, excels in creative environments, thrives in teams, and lives for problem solving – this is the place for you. At John Deere, your ideas, experiences, and values matter. And, you're rewarded in ways that matter: through opportunities for career growth; through experiences in an inclusive, diverse culture; and, yes, through outstanding compensation and benefits programs. Why work at John Deere? Why anywhere else?

Compensation and benefits

Working at John Deere is a great feeling. You connect with other highly talented employees. You're part of a company that recognizes and embraces diversity and inclusion. You have a role in producing the highest quality products and services. And you know that Deere is committed to being a great corporate citizen of the world. But more, you are recognized and rewarded for your contributions.

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Opportunities for career and personal growth

Career development is a real benefit at John Deere. We want you to succeed – to reach for your full potential. It all starts with your taking ownership of your progress and charting career paths that build skills, experience, knowledge, and competencies. Within Deere, you'll find a variety of resources to help. Even more, we encourage and financially support job-related external learning opportunities. And that includes tuition reimbursement for appropriate associate's, technical, four-year, and graduate degrees.

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Who We Are

Together, our employees are working to tackle the world’s biggest challenges.

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We are John Deere

Wondering why John Deere employees love working here? Check out what a few of them have said.

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Voices of Our Customers

Our customers shape the land. Enrich it. Harvest it. And live off it. They're committed to the land. And we're committed to them.

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