ProsGood work life balance, benefits, and workload is manageable. Great managers.
ConsCompliance with the law while working for a public institution can be frustrating and the pace of adopting new technology can be slow.
I applied online. The process took 5 days. I interviewed at Chicago Teachers' Pension Fund (Chicago, IL) in Jun 2016
InterviewPhone interview Awful! Asked for availability when I gave several times and days I was told me to call them???? The noise level was horrible If I didn't know any better I'd think I was on speaker phone or interviewer home. Interviewer came across as cold, and annoyed had a poor response to the questions I asked about the job and the company. Also took issue with my location when I've worked in nearby locations my whole work life made me wander why they even pulled my resume very strange interview. Should've followed my instincts especially when they wanted me to call them for the phone screen. Be sure to follow your instinct's about any job no matter how badly you may need it some things just aren't worth your time.
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...The benefits are great, and you come in receiving great benefits...
December 22, 2020