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    Good company

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    Pros

    Flexibility, location, staff, curriculum, variety

    Cons

    Time of pay and schedule


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    Web Developer Interview

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    Interview

    Very nice and pleasant people, but lengthy and unfocused interview process. Included several basic skills tests that should have been unnecessary based on my resume, or were unrelated to the position I applied for. Prepare for a long day if you interview here.

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Website www.learningtree.com
Headquarters Reston, VA
Size 150 to 499 Employees
Founded 1974
Type Company - Public (LTRE)
Industry Education
Revenue $100 to $500 million (USD) per year

This tree of knowledge won't trick you into eating evil apples, it will, however, further your knowledge of information. Information technology, that is. The Learning Tree offers more than 200 courses, including professional certification programs, to IT managers in corporations and government agencies. The bulk of the company's course library focuses on information technology topics such as Web development, programming languages, network security, and operating systems. Learning Tree has a growing list of management training offerings as well with courses in ... More

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