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Fun working in sports, smart and agile company for its size

Manager (Former Employee)
Seattle, WA

I worked at ESPN full-time

Pros-Working in sports
-Fast paced environment
-Co-workers are cool

Cons-Working in Seattle was a bit of an island from the rest of the company

Advice to Senior ManagementKeep up the good fight against the cable companies. They will all be long gone at some point but your content distribution will live on via the information super highway.

Yes, I would recommend this company to a friend – I'm optimistic about the outlook for this company

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I worked at ESPN

Pros: Great resume builder. Working for the top entertainment company in the world definitely has it's perks. Working for the worldwide leader in sports is a… Cons: I came into a working environment that was filled with people that had been working together for over 10 years. I was hired because they… More

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Biggest fan, just not of working here.

Marketing (Current Employee)
New York, NY

I have been working at ESPN full-time

Pros: It's ESPN, so as a sports fan you're at your mecca. You get tickets at times, but not all… Cons: Under average pay. Very little room for growth. Stifles intelligence: respects glad handing… Advice to Senior Management: Foster an environment that respects intelligence and hard work over who you know and how you network. Create more opportunities for growth within… – I'm optimistic about the outlook for this company… More

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