Living up to a legacy isn't always easy. Especially when that legacy encompasses nearly 175 years of quality products, innovative solutions and honest value. John Deere's heritage of achievement lives on in every employee, every product, and in every way we touch and enrich lives. It's a commitment that distinguishes us in the marketplace and drives us toward even higher levels of performance.
Committed to those linked to the landOver the past 175 years, John Deere has seen a great many changes in its business, its products, its services. Change always comes with opportunity. And Deere has always been ready and willing to embrace it. Yet, through it all, John Deere is still dedicated to those who are linked to the land – farmers and ranchers, landowners, builders. And Deere has never outgrown, nor forgotten, its founder's original core values: integrity, quality, commitment and innovation. Those values determine the way we work, the quality we offer, and the unsurpassed treatment you get as a customer, investor, employee.
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If you have a strong work ethic, a passion for excellence and a creative mind, unleash your potential with an employer that can provide all you need to succeed. At John Deere, you can create and enjoy a fulfilling career with the freedom to explore new projects, the support to think outside the box, and the help of advanced tools and technology so necessary for innovation and achievement. With our excellent training and developmental opportunities, you can advance your career as fast and as far as your ambition, skills and competencies allow.
A history of quality and innovationIn 1837, John Deere, blacksmith and inventor, had little more than a blacksmith shop, a piece of discarded polished steel, and an idea that would help farmers, changing the face of agriculture for all time.
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Today, Deere & Company is one of the world’s most admired businesses. But in 1837, John Deere, blacksmith and inventor, had little more than a blacksmith shop, a discarded steel saw, and an idea that would help farmers, changing the face of agriculture for all time.Read more about the history of John Deere
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