4.0 of 5 60 reviews Washington, DC 500 to 999 Employees
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$100 to $500 million (USD) per year

The NPR workplace is like no other. More than 800 staff collaborate daily to provide high-quality journalism to stations across the country. The work we do is both challenging and inspiring, and we value the unique contributions of individuals. NPR thrives as we embrace emerging digital platforms and focus on a robust future. We seek individuals who geek-out about public... More

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Accepted Offer – Interviewed in Washington, DC Jan 2010 Reviewed 6 weeks ago

Interview Details – I had a day of interviews, about five or six all told, each lasting perhaps 30 minutes. I didn't do as much preparation as I should have. The managers I interviewed with are all gone now so I suspect my experience wouldn't necessarily help someone interviewing there now. One thing that likely…Full Interview

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