On Tue, 2004-11-16 at 15:56, Jason Corcoran wrote:
> On Tue, Nov 16, 2004 at 03:02:59PM +0000, Justin wrote:
> > For the opportunity to work with brilliant people, in areas that are
> > just going to get more interesting, who wouldn't?
> > But then again, I'm not that smart.
> > Justin
>>> I had 4 interviews with a particular company, after that I was told it was down to two of us.
> So we where sent a problem to solve via a white board session infront of several managers.
>> Two days later I was told that I was the stronger of the two, but that an internal application was
> processed and they got the job.
>> B$stid's :)
>> Seems to be more employer based market at the moment,ah will the late 90's ever return ??
It is very common to prefer people that allready are within the company,
because it's part of that people want to advance at some point. If the
company sees their employee's as a valuable ressource (which they
should), they will give you a position that you apply for internally,
given that you profile fits and depending on the other applicatants,
instead of risking that you might look for a job outside the company.
In most international companies they even pay your move to another
country and look to, that you settle in.
(contact info on --> http://www.marlow.dk/)
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