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Nashville, TN
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Nashville is the capital of Tennessee and known for its music industries, earning it the nickname Music City. Nashville has a consolidated city-county government with 6 municipalities. The Nashville metropolitan statistical area is estimated to have 1.75 million people; the ... Read more

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Nashville, TN Reviews

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    Current Employee - Anonymous Employee
    Current Employee - Anonymous Employee

    I have been working at Nashville, TN full-time

    Pros

    A lot of great attorneys to learn from and you get a lot of experience quickly if you volunteer

    Cons

    The pay is lower than you would make at a firm or in house

    Advice to Management

    promote based on merti

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Nashville, TN Interviews

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    Anonymous Employee in Nashville, TN
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    Application

    I applied through an employee referral. The process took 2+ weeks. I interviewed at Nashville, TN (Nashville, TN) in July 2008.

    Interview

    After referral by an employee, I was called to be interviewed by my prospective manager and two bilingual employees, one and interpreter and the other a bilingual, bicultural employee of the Branch that hired me. I was asked to demonstrate my ability to interpret. I was subsequently required to be certified as a proficient Spanish-English Interpreter.

    Negotiation

    No. In a tight job market, no one is able to negotiate. This is especially true in government work, in which salaries are set by job classification.

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