I worked at Micron Technology full-time (More than a year)
Good Benefits, Shift work leaves alot of free time during your extended weekend. Stock options, opertunity for college tuition assistance. Supervisors were great to work with
Shift work can also be a con for some. The night shift/Day shift rotation can be a con for some as well. The work can be manotanous/ tedious. Other than that, not much else to say
I applied online. The process took 6+ weeks. I interviewed at Micron Technology.
1. HR reviewed application and called me for an hour interview. Asked me about job search status, explained the role with basic details, asked me why I thought memory technology was interesting. 2. Moved it to Manager in a week, interview over phone with manager for an hour, basic technical questions and mostly questions on academic and professional experiences. 3. On-site Interviews scheduled after 2 weeks, challenging 6 hrs of interview with 5 engineers and the hiring manager (ASIC design, Semiconductor Fabrication Process, CMOS design, Test and Debug, C and Perl programming, RLC circuits, Capacitance, Analog Filters and theory, NAND/DRAM/SRAM, Memory classifications, Transistor leakage) Draw/write solutions on whiteboard. Some interviewers had printed questions and code excerpts. 4. Positive experience, 3 business day follow-up. Received verbal offer from HR at the end of 3rd business day
A good offer for Boise area, did not have to negotiate as I was happy with all things that came along with Basic pay. No RSU are given around entry-level jobs.