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ProsThe Washington Post is a great place to work. I always feel like my contributions are valued by managers and by the organization as a whole. Big ideas are encouraged and supported. Cross-departmental
ConsFor the most part, The Post is a great place to work. It is a big company, and like other big companies, projects can occasionally get snagged up by bureaucracy.
I applied through a recruiter. I interviewed at The Washington Post (United States)
InterviewFirst I had a recruiter call, then the manager gave me a phone screening. Post phone screening I was asked to come in for a interview. Offer received same evening.
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...Good vacation leave/sick time, decent benefits, good opportunity to explore and collaborate with different departments...
October 27, 2019