CHARLOTTE — Credit Karma, a personal finance technology company, will add 600 new jobs in Mecklenburg County and invest more than $13 million to expand its presence with a new high-tech engineering hub.
“North Carolina is the ideal place for technology companies to do business, thanks to our tech-savvy talent, resilient economy and great quality of life,” said Gov. Roy Cooper.
“We are doubling down on the market and making this our East Coast headquarters,” said Credit Karma Founder and CEO Kenneth Lin. “The intersection of technical talent and having so many financial companies concentrated in one market makes Charlotte’s talent pool unrivaled for Credit Karma.”
The new positions will include analysts, software engineers and management personnel.