JetBlue is a low-cost airline, offering one-class service, with satellite TV from DIRECTV, XM radio, and leather seats, whether you sit in the front or the back. The airline services 35 million customers with 900 daily flights across the U.S. and in Mexico, Colombia, Costa Rica, and the Caribbean. The company was ranked on the Forbes 2016 list of America's Best Employers, and the Human Rights Campaign listed JetBlue as one of the Best Places to Work for LGBT Equality for two years in a row.
Employees and their families get to fly free on JetBlue in the U.S., and pay only taxes on international flights. There are also discounts on hotels, car rentals, ships, and flights from other airlines. JetBlue offers opportunities to work from home, as well, depending on the position. People who work at the company find that there is a "great work environment," where "people are cool and fun, including supervisors." Some find that the "pay could be better, and crew members "can get overlooked at times," but others say there is "great opportunity to grow" with JetBlue, and the company really cares "about the employees and their customers." – menos