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Time Out New York Overview

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Headquarters New York, NY
Size 51 to 200 Employees
Founded 1995
Type Company - Private
Industry Media
Revenue $10 to $25 million (USD) per year
Competitors Unknown
Discover the best NYC events, things to do, restaurants, theater and nightlife. Time Out New York is a weekly magazine that is your ultimate who, what, where and when guide to the latest and greatest that New York has to offer.

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Time Out New York Reviews

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    I have been working at Time Out New York full-time


    Amazing place to work, busy all the time and your are never bored. Its refreshing to truly respect your boss's and its overall a good time


    Long hours, no summer Fridays and not a lot of interdepartmental communication

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Time Out New York Interviews

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    Sales Manager Interview

    Anonymous Employee in New York, NY
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    I applied online. The process took 6 weeks. I interviewed at Time Out New York (New York, NY) in March 2014.


    It was quite lengthy in that it started with 1 phone call with HR, then 1 face to face with a manager, then 1 face to face with a director, and finally 1 face to face with a senior director / VP. They wanted to know about my past (as most employers do), but then more specifically wanted to know who I worked with and what connections I had. They seemed to be very interested in what I could bring to the table from a connection stand-point rather than what I can do and my abilities. In all honesty, what's to stop an interviewee from name dropping some big organizations. It seems like that's all you need to do to make them smile. Well that and close an unrealistic amount of business.

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    • What connections/clients do you have? (this is a double-edged sword so be careful)   1 Answer


    They didn't budge at all, but after taking the position I'm 100% positive there was wiggle room if I decided to walk which is rather disappointing. Ugh.

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    Work for Time Out | Timeout Corporate

    Since its creation Time Out has built its reputation over many decades as the authority on entertainments and activities, and giving its global audience a comprehensive guide as to what's going on in their respective cities, due to the knowledgeability, resourcefulness and creativity of its staff.

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    Time Out New York Kids | Things to Do with Kids & Family in NYC

    Your guide to New York's best events & things to do with kids, family-friendly restaurants, kids' shows, kids' shops, birthday planning & classes for kids.

Time Out New York Awards & Accolades

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  • Food and Drink Awards, Folio's Eddie & Ozzie Awards, 2014
  • Most Improved Publication, min Editorial & Design Awards, 2014

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