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"Excellent place to work with intelligent, data-driven, analytical co-workers."

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Current Employee - Product Manager in Reston, VA
Current Employee - Product Manager in Reston, VA
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Pros

comScore really is a great place to grow your skills set. There is a lot of autonomy given and you are expected to perform well. It means pressure and maybe less structure regarding direction, but as long as you like that sort of thing, comScore is a great place to work

Cons

The company is still somewhat in start-up mode. There are not a ton of documented processes or easy knowledge sharing outside of talking with people. That works well when the office is small, but comScore now has hundreds of employees in multiple locations, so you have to be more proactive in contacting the right people to answer your questions than you would at a larger company that has a lot of internal documentation standards.

Advice to Management

Productivity is peaking with the available resources. To continue to improve and growth the business, management needs to invest in human resources. Times are tough, but you have to make that investment now for the payoff later.

Other Employee Reviews for comScore

  1. "comScore is a great place to start your career"

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    Former Employee - Anonymous Employee in Reston, VA
    Former Employee - Anonymous Employee in Reston, VA
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    Approves of CEO

    Pros

    Good place to work. Management leaves you with a lot of responsibility very early in your career. Decent pay grade.

    Cons

    Lots of responsibility really early in your career is not ideal for some. Some people can remain stagnant throughout their career at comscore.

    Advice to Management

    Would be wise to promote high risers more quickly based on their work. Otherwise, they'll find interest in other companies.


  2. "Great place for analytical-oriented people"

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    Former Employee - Vice President Marketing Solutions in Chicago, IL
    Former Employee - Vice President Marketing Solutions in Chicago, IL
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    Approves of CEO

    Pros

    mid-sized, growing company with great brand in cool market space - get to see everything that's going on in the Internet, mobile, video, etc. CEO (Magid) and Chairman (Gian) are top-flight people and managers - great leaders.

    Cons

    Pockets of 'cliques' exist and some unnecessary politics, although overall good people. I worked in the Chicago office, where the layout is "honeycombed" (bunch of offices). I prefer a more open layout that encourages employee interaction more (more typical in tech).

    Advice to Management

    break down the walls in the Chicago office (or move). upon exit of employees, ask if they think that politics in comScore was 'greater than normal'

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