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    Good research capabilities

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    I have been working at INL

    Pros

    Research environment is good, benefits and perks are better than similar places,

    Cons

    Idaho falls area is not culturally diverse, winter time can be really cold

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    I applied through an employee referral. The process took 2+ monthsinterviewed at INL.

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    The hiring process is very regimented and very thorough. It's good because you know where you stand, and it is very fair. However, this makes it very slow moving. They often tell you a week, but that actually means three. It seems like HR is the one slowing everything down, but HR is a fantastic resource when you have questions.

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Website www.inl.gov
Headquarters Idaho Falls, ID
Size 150 to 499 Employees
Founded 1955
Type Government
Industry Business Services
Revenue Unknown / Non-Applicable

Idaho National Laboratory (INL, formerly Idaho National Engineering and Environmental Laboratory) performs applied engineering research in such areas as nuclear technology, national security, and energy. The laboratory campus, which consists of nearly 570,000 acres, also serves as an environmental research park. Established in 1949, INL is funded by the US Department of Energy and operated by the Battelle Energy Alliance, a partnership of Battelle Memorial Institute, BWX Technologies, Washington Group International, MIT, and the not-for-profit Electric Power Research... More

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