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Meow That’s What I Call Impact! 10 Health Insights From Feline Friends Meow That’s What I Call Impact! 10 Health Insights From Feline Friends

hat do cats think about? We'll never be able to answer that question. But after countless hours collaborating virtually with colleagues and cohabitating with felines, we aren't afraid to try! Here's a dose of catnip as we head into the holiday season, including insights into how you can help us shape the future of health.

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I named my cat Neil Armstrong because he’s so adventurous, but I think the name also fits with the focus of my work at Johnson & Johnson. By making small steps every day, we're going to make one giant leap for the future of health for humankind.

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My cat would fit right in at Johnson & Johnson. In her world, work/life balance is absolutely the top priority. It may be the only priority.

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Everyone on our team has been incredibly supportive, engaged, attentive and collaborative while we’ve been working remotely—all of which I would say, in a different way, about my British Shorthair, too. Well, except for the thing about ‘working.’


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My cat and I probably have different ideas about what constitutes a ‘stretch assignment,’ as you can see, but I feel so fortunate to be part of an organization where I’m constantly supported, constantly taking on new challenges and constantly being challenged to grow.

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Cats are extremely inquisitive by nature. They’re a lot like the people at Johnson & Johnson in that respect.

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While they say cats have nine lives, us humans only have one, which is why we’re harnessing data to derive insights that can
make it a better, healthier one for everyone, everywhere.

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Being at home and caring for my cat in some small way has reminded me of the values in Our Credo at Johnson & Johnson. We’re caring for people all around the world, and we always put our patients first. They’re our first responsibility.

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My cat’s favorite practice is to hide in plain sight, and a lot of healthcare breakthroughs these days are coming about in a similar way. We’re discovering things that have been right in front of us, but that we didn’t have the data or the technology to fully understand in the past.

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My dog and my cat don’t just co-exist in the same household—they embrace each other’s differences and have a great time together! I think amazing things are possible when you bring diverse perspectives together.

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While my cat curls up to sleep on my lap most afternoons, I’m the one who’s actually dreaming up big things that could change the future of health.

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Join Us at Johnson & Johnson!

Working from home has come with some curveballs, to be sure—or "fur balls," as the case may be. But no matter what the new year holds, if you're ready to inspire, innovate and collaboratively help us change the future of health for good, you just might be the purr-fect fit for our team.

Check out all of the roles we’re hiring for right now, and take a moment to join our global talent community, as well. The latter is an easy way to stay in touch, learn more about life at Johnson & Johnson and even get updates about jobs that might interest you in the future.


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