We have studied the effect of various electrodes on non-volatile polymer memory devices. The ITO/PEDOT:PSS/Top electrode (TE) devices had bipolar switching behavior. The OFF current level of devices increased from 3×10-4 A to 3×10-3 A and the ON voltage decreased from 0.8 V to 0.5 V as the TE work function increased. The yield of devices decreased from over 50 % to under 10 % as the TE work function of devices increased. This result occurred because carrier injection was affected by the TE work function.