As we celebrate another Earth Day, it is only natural to reflect on the state of the environment and the challenges we're facing—a changing climate, loss of critical ecosystems, declining biodiversity, pollution, ocean acidification and more. What many don’t realize is that these environmental challenges often impact human health as well.
For most college students, writing a resume seems to come with an immediate and obvious challenge: How do you position yourself as a great candidate for a given role when you don't have previous professional experience in the field—or previous professional experience, period?
We bring great ideas to life, and then to the world at Johnson & Johnson. We're always innovating to deliver measurable impact and address unmet needs—and depression, as the leading cause of disability worldwide, is one such area where there's considerable unmet need. Right now, in fact, as many as one in three adult patients treated for major depressive disorder (MDD) does not respond to the existing treatment options and may be thought to have Treatment-Resistant Depression (TRD).
With the power of 3-D printing we’re making the impossible possible. But this transformative technology isn’t just changing the way we think about the design and delivery of healthcare products and solutions, it’s also revolutionizing our business—and providing us with new opportunities to innovate and make an impact around the world.

About Careers @ Johnson & Johnson

We are the largest and most broadly based healthcare company in the world. We’re producing life-changing breakthroughs every day.
The hiring experience can be complex, but at Johnson & Johnson we strive to provide transparency throughout the process.
Our industry-leading employee benefits provide valuable resources and tools to help you realize your full potential.
Data scientists. Designers. Coders. Engineers. And everyone in between. Your expertise enables amazing things to happen.
Students can join us and make an impact through our internships, co-ops, leadership development programs (LDPs) and full-time roles.
Our Building the Future of Health series shows how we merge scientific discovery with technology to produce life-changing advances.

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