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Andover, MA
51 to 200 employees
Company - Private
Business Services
$50 to $100 million (USD) per year

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    I have been working at Physical Sciences full-time


    Great working environment, salary, time off, benefits, flexibility and co-workers. This is an established company and is a place for a long-term career. Pay and bonuses are very fair and there is a lot of upward mobility.


    Depending on who you work under your day-to-day can be as stressful as graduate school. Writing proposals and winning them is expected for this position and most other positions. You need to be a quick study with new topics and good in a laboratory environment.

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    Thank you for the excellent work environment and opportunity to work for such an established company. I highly recommend this company.

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    Engineering Co-Op Interview

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    I applied through other source. The process took 4+ weeks. I interviewed at Physical Sciences.


    Originally, PSI reached out to my University club looking for engineering interns for the summer. I submitted my resume and they responded within two weeks that they were interested. They scheduled an in-person interview via email and I met with the team that I would be working for. The team then went through my resume and asked me about experiences listed on my resume. Since this was an engineering position, they did ask some technical questions about the projects I had listed on my resume. After that, they showed me around their facilities and asked me some more technical questions on the spot.

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