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Would you rather work for a big corporation, mid size or start up company?

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      Vikki Hall wrote Jun 24, 2009
    • Since I have worked for all 3 types I prefer start up. It allows me to use my creativity, enthusiasm and motivation all at once. Which when you work for more established or big companys it’s hard to use some skills that you may have.




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      Denise Richardson wrote Jun 24, 2009
    • I’m in total agreement with both ladies on the startup company.




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      Anne E wrote Jun 24, 2009
    • I prefer a mid-sized company.




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      Pamela Hutson wrote Jun 24, 2009
    • I’ve worked for all and all have their pros and cons - that being said I will never work for corporate America again if I can help it!

      The mid-size company is where I have flourished and done the best............




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      Angell VillafaƱe wrote Jun 24, 2009
    • Mid-size which is where I am now...been here many years and love it.




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      Janet Wooley wrote Jun 24, 2009
    • My last job was for a large Company, worked there for 15 years, the one thing I did like was the benefits were great. With smaller Co.’s my experience is no bebefits. I also like the freedon w/start up companies to use your idea’s and all and I have only worked for the 2 large & start up. In hind sight I looked forward to going to the start up job verses the large co. everyday.




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      Tuliplady wrote Jun 24, 2009
    • I’ve never worked for any company that has more than 20 employees, so I have nothing to compare to.




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      Coachmombabe wrote Jun 24, 2009
    • I don’t think I have any worthwhile feedback. I was a stay at home mom until serving on the board of the pregancy center (501 c-3). That was an established organization, but not growing. At one point I was the only volunteer, besides the bookkeeper and 2 board members. I’m just not sure how you’d even classify it!




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      Adee Coleman wrote Jun 24, 2009
    • I have worked for a large Corp and liked it for awhile; then I worked for a midsize company that had small offices in several cities in the US and now I work for a small nonprofit.  I have never worked for a startup not sure how I would like it, but you never know until you try it.

      I really like working for the nonprofit, but where I’m working now there is so much transition going on and it has been like that since I’ve been there for the last two years.  I’m praying that things will get better soon!




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      Janet Wooley wrote Jun 25, 2009
    • I completely forgot about this job:
      I live in So.CA my very first real job was for a start up company. The owner started this business on the third floor of his home. The home was right on the sand in Newport Beach. They bought us lunch every day that we were in his home. I loved that job. They eventually bought a building, and this man is still in business. Loved the beach. estatic




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      Sandils1962 wrote Jun 25, 2009
    • I would prefer mid sized.




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