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New York Life Jobs & Careers in Tampa, FL

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30+ days ago

Financial Advisor Career

New York Life Tampa, FL

If you're looking for a career where you can grow your own business and make a difference in your community, then lets talk. We're looking for… CareerBuilder

30+ days ago

Financial Advisors - Bring Your Career to Life!

New York Life Tampa, FL

We have a lot to offer you—and your clients. Due to the growing demand for our products, New York Life is looking for experienced… CareerBuilder

30+ days ago

Life Insurance and Annuity Sales

New York Life Tampa, FL

• A clearly defined career path including opportunities in Management for qualified individuals. • Comprehensive benefits, including a defined… CareerBuilder

12 days ago

Recruiting Assistant (PT/10 hours a week)

New York Life Tampa, FL

A Fortune 100 Company is looking for an individual interested in a recruiting assistant position to work with sales managers. All candidates must… New York Life

16 days ago

Recent College Grads, Financial Professional

New York Life Tampa, FL

Entry level or new college graduate opportunities rarely give you an opportunity that allows you to manage your own book of business. As a New York… New York Life

4 days ago


New York Life Tampa, FL

What does a career need to offer you? Financial growth? Personal satisfaction? Opportunity to advance? Youll find all that and more as a New York… New York Life

30+ days ago

Corporate Vice President - Actuarial Strategy and Innovation

New York Life Tampa, FL

Qualifications: Bachelors Degree in Math, Computer Science, Actuarial Science Achievement of Fellowship in the Society of Actuaries; Membership in… Ivy Exec

19 days ago

Senior Associate, Database

New York Life Tampa, FL

Required Qualifications- Bachelors degree and/or 5 - 7 years equivalent experience- Must have excellent skills in SQL Server 2012, TSQL, SSIS… Ivy Exec

30+ days ago

Director of Training

New York Life Tampa, FL

Requirements: Bachelor s Degree and 10 years related experience in training preferred.Previous coaching and change management experience… Ivy Exec

30+ days ago

Corporate Vice President - Strategy

New York Life Tampa, FL

Qualifications Master s Degree preferred10 + years experience requiredStrategy or Strategy Consulting experience preferredStrong project management… Ivy Exec

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471 Ratings

    Not perfect, but not too bad of a place to work

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    Current Employee - Software Developer in Tampa, FL (US)
    Current Employee - Software Developer in Tampa, FL (US)

    I have been working at New York Life full-time (more than an year)


    Great benefits
    Great coworkers
    Great work-life balance
    Not too stressful


    Outdated technology. There's still a lot of old apps being used dating back more than a decade. Some teams are working with more cutting-edge technology, but many are still maintaining VB6. But they're coming around and trying to be more current. They're in the process of going through a tremendous amount of change to make things better, and some old-timers with the company are not exactly thrilled. Their salaries are a little on the low end, but they make up for it with great bennies. They tend do a poor job at vetting people before hiring them and acquiring talent (not many people want to work with old technology) so this has caused a lot of incompetent people to come through the door. They also hire a lot within, which is good if you want upward mobility, but bad because you don't have many people with outside knowledge, and veteren people are resistant to change. Yes it's true that there are some "pet employees," particularly those who play golf (ahem), but if you do a good job and keep a good attitude you can shine as well. Typically the ones who complain about this on here are those who had subpar skills.

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    Be more progressive technology wise.

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