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13 days ago

Principle Product Management

AOL Palo Alto, CA

As a Principle Product Management for AOL Mail, you will be responsible for leveraging data to drive our next generation consumer experience across t… AOL


5 days ago

Product Director, AOL.com & Lifestyle Brands

AOL New Haven, CT

and StyleMePretty. About you: As the Director of Product Management, you will lead… AOL


15 days ago

Director of Sales - B2B API Sales

AOL Dallas, TX

in comp plan structure, performance evaluation, mentorship and coaching, Salesforce management and forecasting • Work closely with tech support to… AOL


2 days ago

Sr. Product Manager – new

AOL Dallas, TX

At AOL we’re focused on radically redefining the world of online communications. We are transforming how people around the globe connect with… AOL


19 hrs ago

Sr Product Manager, Mobile - Adap.tv – new

AOL Palo Alto, CA

In case you haven't noticed, there's a revolution going on in television! Viewers are shifting in large numbers from watching broadcast TV on cable… AOL


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    I have a pretty reasonably easy job but the pay is nice.

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    Current Employee - AOL TacOps  in  Rochester, NY
    Current Employee - AOL TacOps in Rochester, NY

    I have been working at AOL full-time for less than a year

    Pros

    For a full-time job its $12 an hour vs the minimum wage of most jobs which is $8 an hour.

    It has health care, vacation time, seniority doesn't mean much which is a bonus if you only plan to work the job for a few months or years etc.

    Even though you work 80 hours a week you have a lot of free time and computers aren't restricted.

    Cons

    Teams for TacOps are small teams of 4-16 people. And only 4-6 people work at the same time.

    Sometimes it's so slow waiting for stuff to come in you zone out and before you know if a problem occurs that you have to fix and it's like a smack in the face.

    I want a window seat but I didn't get one... lol

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    I with the company did something more to help their employees go to school. I'm young and this is my first full time job but I want to go to college and can't afford it without the job but with the job it's going to be tough to work fulltime and go to school fulltime as this job doesn't allow for part time.

    I want to become a software engineer/developer and I think it would be cool if AOL and Sutherland helped with this in some way shape or form because in the long run it would not only help me but I could move up into a higher job within the company maybe making AOL Desktop versions etc.

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