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    1. 4.0
      Nov 9, 2023
      Implementation Consultant
      Current Employee, more than 10 years
      CEO Approval
      Business Outlook


      1. Relocation. The reviews all mention it (some for good, some for ill), but overall, I think it's good. My family and I had awesome experiences, because we relocated to different places (and we enjoyed a few years we spent in Mississippi). It all depends on your attitude and willingness to experience an area. It is true you might be asked to spend time in a "less desirable" location, especially at the start of your career, but as your career progresses, and if you're willing to communicate to management your relocation preferences, they're much more willing to help you relocate to your preferred regions, as you grow in the company. 2. Compensation. Very competitive, great benefits. 3. Management. Can vary, I've had a few that I didn't particularly care for, and others that were particularly awesome. Overtime, you can try to stick closer to the folks you work well with, and of you do get put with someone you don't like, with relocation, you know it's not too long before he/she/you can leave. And once you've found a location and management you do really like, you can push to stay as long as you can.


      1. Technical Skills/certifications? This isn't advertised as a software development role, and I know it's not FAST's job to train me for a different job, but it would be nice if perhaps FAST could somehow facilitate additional technical learning, even if it's just on the side, and it could make an employee better for FAST too. (Perhaps reimburse for certain technical or non-technical certifications)


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      1. 5.0
        Nov 1, 2023
        Implemtation Consultant
        Former Intern
        Charleston, WV
        CEO Approval
        Business Outlook


        what a cool place to work


        the hours are longer than I would have liked

        1. 3.0
          Nov 8, 2023
          Backend Software Engineer
          Former Employee, more than 5 years
          CEO Approval
          Business Outlook


          Decent culture on site (HOWEVER, I have heard this varies wildly depending on team). Good pay and benefits, intangibles. Met some genuinely talented and interesting people with my time at FAST. Moving to a project location is expected and is a benefit at first.


          Development center culture is not good. One of the main reasons I left is because I saw what my future would look like as a 8+ year employee and realized that I would be an alcoholic, cynic, or both. There's a bitterness that comes with tenure at FAST and it breeds discontent and bad attitudes across the company. The software product is very mature and there does not appear to be much interest in exploring modern technologies (e.g. open source, cloud native, modern web development, containerization). Because of this, career growth is a big problem; there is little incentive to grow your engineering skills. Their development environment is very siloed by proprietary technologies. Advice for out-of-college hires: you will need to stay current on your skills outside of work if you want a career elsewhere later.


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        When negotiating salary over the phone, can you mention that you know what the salary is for the position you're applying for? E.g. I know people at the company I'm interviewing for in the exact level that I would be in who are making about 15k more than what I am expecting to be offered. Can I say, "I know Managers at this firm make xyz so I would like to be close to that number"



        This is a Post-Intervew question, and I realize this is as individual as getting a haircut or fixing a cup of coffee. I had an interview with a medical office Wensday and I think it went pretty well. No, big hiccups on my end aside from getting tougne tied for a minute. I felt as though I had a good vibe with the interviewer. How do you after action an interview? (The reason I'm asking is I've been job hunting for near on 3 years now and I'm pretty frustrated with the situation.)