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    Excellent company hiring smart and nice people

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    Current Employee - Anonymous Employee in Princeton, NJ
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    I have been working at Princeton Consultants full-time


    They hire physics and math majors from top-notch universities. You will find many smart and nice people there.

    Being a physicist, you will learn a lot about IT. Fast paced environment - a projects might last less than a year (for many - it might be a cons).

    Quarterly meetings are very entertaining - each employee might talk about anything which might be relevant for the firm for 5 minutes.

    They match 100% on 401K.

    You have to achieve 2000 hours a year goal. This will be below 45 hours a week, so despite others claim 50 hours, the average PCIer makes less than 45 hours a week which is not too much in my view compared to the other consulting companies.


    If you are a physicist or a mathematician (and more than 50% are), you might feel that your skills are not used. But it really depends on your perspective, after all - if you are a physicist, why not to stay in academia.

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    I know, this is hard and depends on the clients, but if you hire physicists, try to get some interesting analytic job for them. Especially for the company known for optimization.

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    I applied online. The process took 1+ weekinterviewed at Princeton Consultants.

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    I submitted an online application & got a phone call from their human resources consultant later that day. He asked me a few questions including my strongest programming language, my level of skill in that language on a 1-10 scale, my expected salary, whether I was alright with wearing a suit to work everyday, whether I was alright with significant travel. He told me I seemed like a strong candidate for the job & asked me to take an online reasoning assessment. I took the assessment and scored well & he told me he would contact me soon regarding next steps. He didn't get back to me for about 10 days, so I emailed him & he told me that the firm had decided to undertake a hiring freeze, but that he would get back to me if/when the freeze was over. He was very friendly about it & offered to put me in contact with some other firms he consults for that might be good fits for my background.

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Headquarters Princeton, NJ
Size 50 to 149 Employees
Founded Unknown
Type Company - Private
Industry Business Services
Revenue $5 to $10 million (USD) per year
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