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Business Analytics (Full Stack Engineer), Sr. Associate/Staff for Marketing

LinkedIn Mountain View, CA

• Spearhead new development and design enhancements, and also maintain LinkedIn’s proprietary data analytics web portal. • Analyze and mine “big… Glassdoor

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    I have been working at LinkedIn full-time for more than 3 years


    Aside from all the shiny things (free food, great compensation, and a very fun and inviting environment) this company has made me feel welcome. The collaborative environment here at LinkedIn inspires relationship building and spurs creativity. Because of it, I understand how each team contributes, why each is important, and how I can optimize to be a better contributor myself. I feel encouraged to grow, but never pressured to over exert myself. This is a company that preaches and practices good work-life balance.


    I do feel like there is ceiling at LinkedIn, but it is one that is at any established company. It saddens me to know that if I want to make something more out of my career like break into a steady high level 6 figure range or make a few million dollars, I'm probably going to have to move on to a different company.

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    I think what we have here at LinkedIn is very special. The environment, team, and aura here are outstanding. However, in our progression, I wonder if we're taking enough time to stop and look at where we are now. Sometimes I feel like we're not a cohesive application. Because of this, we've created an app that seems heavy.

    Can we lean it up? I'm not sure, but if there is a way for us to unify the creation of our application, the same we you've unified the populous of the company behind one banner, I think we can gain much.

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