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    1. 3.0
      Sep 6, 2011
      Anonymous Employee
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      Best thing about working for the New York Times is being able to put it on your resume. The training I received was excellent.


      The hardest part about working for the New York Times was the fact that opportunities to move up and to increase my salary seemed limited at best.

      1. 4.0
        Jan 26, 2016
        Anonymous Employee
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        New York, NY
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        New York Times employees are generally highly skilled, committed and proud of their service. The product is basically incomparable in the news business.


        The New York Times is very big, and it is possible to easy to get lost there, professionally, if no one is looking out for you.

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      Are case studies/presentations a normal part of interview processes? This is in addition to several interview rounds. These typically take 2 days to do, and require of anywhere from 6-15 slides worth of information, and require deep dives into company product portfolios, use cases, competitive advantages, application to fictitious customer scenario JUST to present. It's exhausting to have to do multiples of these and feels like free labor.

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      im beating myself up. I had 3rd interview yesterday. I think all interviews went well, particularly my 2nd one. In this one (and now that I’m thinking about it, this also happened in my first one) I accidentally started answering a question before the interviewer finished the question. When I realized I did this, I immediately stopped and said “im sorry I interrupted you, please continue”. When this happened yesterday, the interviewer stopped to jot something down. Did I cost myself the job??

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      I’ve gone through too many interviews now, with some being extremely promising until the 3rd-4th round and I get hit with an email stating: “We’re putting this position on hold to refocus on what we really need from the role” Or something similar. What is going on with these job postings and then freezing the hiring? I can’t be just a Q4 thing because I’ve gone through this over the summer with multiple interviews. Is it me? Or is the market really that right for everyone right now?


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