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I've been employed here for about 7 months. From what I've experienced so far, Pace is a fast paced environment, so I rarely get bored. Teams are made up of incredibly talented individuals, which can be intimidating at first but ultimately help push you to be and do better at everything you work on. While every account team is different, but I appreciate how my team is able to be flexible without sacrificing quality of work. I love coming into work and knowing that I have a supportive team who is there to collaborate with and who I can go to for help if I run into a problem. I've learned so much here in comparison to where I was before, and the skills that I've picked up will help build the foundation of my career for years to come. Overall, an awesome experience.
Nothing related to my job, team or work I do. But there are mixed reviews from my coworkers about our healthcare benefits. Personally, I will be spending about $2,500 a year more (out of pocket) than I did at my previous job because of our high deductible, despite the fact that my monthly premium is about $10 more per month than where I was before. While we do have an HSA and other health savings accounts options (which do help a lot) it's still money out of your paycheck.
Getting an Interview
Getting an Interview
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I applied online. The process took 2 weeks – interviewed at Pace Communications (Greensboro, NC).
This summer, July 2014, a friend of mine who works there told me about the Account Supervisor position soon after it was first posted. I was excited to hear that as my friend likes working there. I submitted my resume and didn't hear back. After following up I found out that the position posted didn't really exist. They were collecting resumes in the event it did. Never did get a call from them for an interview.
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