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10 days ago

Software Engineer

Paypal New York, NY

About Us At Venmo, we are creating a product that people love. We strive to create a delightful user experience while connecting the world and… Paypal

10 days ago

Manager/VIP Support

Paypal New York, NY

• Provide excellent customer service and ability to diffuse heightened end-user sensitivity. • Advocate for the Executives and businesses • Act as… Paypal

20 days ago

Manager, SMB Web Marketing

Paypal New York, NY

The Manager of SMB Web Marketing will be responsible executing web site improvements and project managing the development of content and campaigns… Paypal

30+ days ago

Sr. Manager, SMB Web Marketing

Paypal New York, NY

The Sr. Manager of SMB Web Marketing will be responsible driving web site improvements and creating content and campaigns aimed at driving Sign Up… Paypal

30+ days ago

SMB Pricing Lead

Paypal New York, NY

The PayPal SMB North America team is looking for a star performer to help accelerate growth and open up business opportunities through pricing. The… Paypal

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    I have been working at PayPal full-time (More than a year)


    Depending on your manager, you could have amazing work/lie balance or be worked to death. I have had good ones that looked out for me, gave me opportunities, and made sure I was rewarded well. The pay is good as are the stock grants.


    Not all the managers are good. There are a lot of people who are going nowhere or are coasting along (even after the recent layoffs). Promotions and raises are not done well or fairly. There are a number of sexist members in senior leadership. For all the Women's Initiatives, there is little the company does to actually promote women.

    Advice to Management

    Improve the promotions process. Make some more cuts in areas that are still rather heavy, product management for example. You don't need that many managers in each product line.

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