At Qualtrics we want to connect our people to careers that feed their purpose; jobs that motivate & inspire them. This is Julia’s “Why Qualtrics” story.

I am really motivated by helping others and by trying to make the world a better place. As an Academic Research Services SDR, I love working with professors who are conducting groundbreaking research to discover new trends that help the greater good. Qualtrics gives me the opportunity to learn about different researchers’ goals and how we can help support them.

What attracted you to Qualtrics in the first place?

I was attracted to Qualtrics because of the company values, the job autonomy, and the dog-friendly office.

What is your favorite part of your role?

I love getting to hear about the research that professors are conducting. It is awesome to hear the passion they have for their research areas.

So, we understand you moved to Utah. Will you tell us your story of moving here?

I didn’t know what to expect moving to Utah, but I have absolutely loved the experience. Utah is a stunning state and it has been so much fun enjoying nature, exploring waterfalls, visiting national parks, and so much more.

Any tips for someone who is considering a role at Qualtrics?

Talk to anyone at Qualtrics and you will probably fall in love with the company in an instant.

What surprised you most about working at Qualtrics?

How much Qualtrics adheres to their core values. I have never seen a company with such intentional and accurate core values. It is really refreshing to see how focused they are on promoting a good work environment.

Qualtrics is growing, and if you’re ready to find your “why” at a place like this, you can explore our open opportunities at any time by visiting our career page. Looking to discover more reasons “Why Qualtrics”? You can find the whole series here.

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Julia is in her final year at the University of Arizona and interned at Qualtrics during the summer of 2019. She backpacked through three countries in Europe by herself last summer