I have been working at Data I/O as an intern (Less than a year)
- The people have been wonderful and as an intern, your work is valued and appreciated.
- In the past three months, we have made tremendous growth and the company value has skyrocketed since we found our niche market. I was told I came at the right time, and with some personal research, they were correct!
- Parking is free and so is coffee, tea, and monthly luncheons along with occasional snacks and bagels to give you a much needed pick me up through the work week.
- Supervisors and departments are easily accessible and look out for you. You feel important.
- So far, none that are truly detrimental towards an internship experience. The only con I can find is the daily commute that varies from 45 min. to an 1h:30m. However, that is just a personal con, but worth it.
- There are times when things may slow down as an intern, but thats on yourself to make the most of the time you have. Projects will come your way, so make that an opportunity to pick up skills that can improve your resume.
I applied online. The process took 1 day. I interviewed at Data I/O (Redmond, WA) in August 2010.
Applied online. HR rep contacted me via telephone and we set up an interview (phone). We discussed my experience and she told me what the position was in detail. It sounded like it was a great opportunity for someone a few years out of college. A very small shop, but a great opportunity for someone to grow and learn quickly with the company as you would be exposed to many new things (wear several "hats").
Reasons for Declining
They were excited about my experience but we mutually agree that the fit was not right. They were looking for a more junior level person with a lower salary requirement.
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