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I have been working at Applied Predictive Technologies full-time (More than a year)
1. The company is filled with young, driven individuals that are mostly fresh out of college. This makes for a work-hard play-hard atmosphere in which people are constantly pushing each other to develop both personally and professionally. 2. You will be working with a lot of familiar Fortune 500 companies and aiding them in making very important decisions. 3. The benefits are comparable to top-tier technology companies for hires straight out of college. 4. While most of projects will be based on client demand, there are also many opportunities to work on side projects that excite you along with other internal affairs such as recruiting. 5. APT has rigorous bi-annual review process to aid career development. 6. You will have the opportunity to learn from and work with experienced professionals, as most projects have a VP staffed on them. 7. The hours are very flexible - I generally come in the office between 7am and 10am. 8. APT offers the opportunity to travel to other office locations (SF, London, Taipei) in order to interact with colleagues from those offices. This provides cost-saving synergies when you have vacation plans already aligned in that region. 9. You will be given complete ownership of your work after a few months.
1. The hours can be demanding at times when multiple projects are in full swing. 2. After 1-2 weeks of training, you will be thrown in the deep-end of client-facing projects. While you will have several team members guiding you along the way, it can be quite daunting at first. However, I think APT attracts the type of people that enjoy such challenges so this wasn't too much of a concern. 3. The company is growing very rapidly, so it is losing some of its appeal of feeling like a start-up.