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Washington, DC
51 to 200 employees
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    Pros

    The MSRB provides employees with a lot of opportunity to grow in their careers. The work can be challenging but the hands-on experience and development opportunities are well worth it. The benefits package is generous and, if you prove yourself, there are ample opportunities for advancement.

    Cons

    With a relatively small staff, the workload is significant.

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    Anonymous Interview Candidate in Alexandria, VA
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    I applied online. I interviewed at Municipal Securities Rulemaking Board (Alexandria, VA).

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    The initial communication was clear using both phone and email to get all details across. They went straight for in person interview instead of using phone interview first, and when I went in they had trouble getting everyone scheduled that they needed me to talk to so they asked me to return again, which I thought was a bit rude. They weren't even sure if they liked me yet, but they wanted me to come down in person twice because they couldn't get everyone organized. Maybe if you're unemployed and have greater flexibility that won't be a problem, but for someone who already has a job an hour away, it caused some issues for me.

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