I worked at INL full-time (More than a year)
The main advantage is cheap living cost. Company provides great Health benefits for family and self. There are exciting topics to work on.
Location sucks. Unless you are into hiking and nature stuff. Also the whole bureaucracy and upper management moves things very slowly. Not a very fast paced working environment.
Advice to Management
Stop identifying international employees by writing (Non-US) next to their names. It looks very bad to the outside world for an Equal Opportunity employer.
I applied online. I interviewed at INL.
it was long by the time I heard from anyone I had already forgotten and assumed that they had hired someone else by the time I had heard anything, and they first did a phone interview and then I was called in for a actual interview
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