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    Not a good career move for someone with prior experience

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    Current Employee - Clinical Lab Technologist  in  Rochester, MN
    Current Employee - Clinical Lab Technologist in Rochester, MN

    I have been working at Mayo Clinic full-time for more than 10 years


    As a science major, I would see this is as a good place for a first job. But if you are looking at Mayo as a replacement to your present job, I would not recommend it unless you are coming in with a medically related background (doctor, nurse, etc.) or are moving into what you want to do for a long time. Opportunity for advancement is not good so unless you are willing to wait, this is probably not where you want to be. Compensation is good for what you are doing, but it comes at a big price.


    When you first come on board here, your prior experience means something. Once you've been here for a time, what you did prior to coming here means little or nothing. And movement within the organization is based on who you know, not what you know. I can say that the job I hold has really turned me off on staying in a lab related job.

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    Maybe looking at internal candidates within your group from time to time might be something to consider unless you are happy turning over 1/4 of your staff every couple of years. Hiring external candidates to your groups tend to make people within your group look elsewhere for opportunity (whether in or out of the company).

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