The World Bank
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Very good learning experience in development but extremely demanding!

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Current Employee - Extended Term Consultant  in  Washington, DC
Current Employee - Extended Term Consultant in Washington, DC


good learning, smart people around, travel, direct work with the government


extremely demanding, no work life balance, All ''Type A" personality, turf battle.

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Work Life Balance!!!

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    good environment, likes it

    Current Employee - Anonymous Employee
    Current Employee - Anonymous Employee


    like it, since it is good place to grow and to learn things, good payment also, tax free. One less thing to worry about...


    they have country quotas... difficult to get a job there, if you are born in US, India or China. HOwever, if you are from a country with 1000 population, you get the job.


    STC- Your satisfaction depends on what you do and who you work for

    Former Employee - Anonymous Employee
    Former Employee - Anonymous Employee


    Interesting work, exposure to different seminars and knowledge sharing if you have time


    You only deal with your specific assignment- no opportunity to interact with other areas or other. The recognition of your contribution in the piece of work depends on who you work for. They can dare not even mentionning you and as if they did all the work on their own.

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