"I love the fact that I was chosen out of hundreds of candidates to be brought into the states and work for a prestigious company like Cisco. What I do not like, is the fact that as an international intern my salary is not high enough, and that there are a lot of obstacles in order to receive a full time job offer in the states."
"This line of work is a completely fulfilling, I left a very lucrative sales position to go back to school to fulfill my dream of being a graphic designer. I realized that I couldn't go through life working just to make money and I needed to be part of the lucky few who truly love what they do for a living. A little cliche but true."
"I loved the work culture of the company."
"The project assigned me was very good, it was very much interesting."
"It was a great experience overall. The only negative being that I wasn't hired out of college."
"It is good for the summer internship in all. People in the company are friendly and the workplace is nice. The architecture and facilities in the company are good. The software used by the company is advanced. The administration needs to be improved."
"Encouraged learning new technologies."
"The company's environment is not good, and not doing enough to improve pollution control.Hard to reach its core content."
"Interning is difficult because there isn't a standardized approach to the internship process. Sometimes other employee's assume you understand the particular process of a company,"
"Working remotely was great."
"I felt rewarded for my efforts at L&T Infotech, as I learnt a lot about how projects start and how they are handled in a company."
"Creativity through learning of job disciplines."
"I would recommend this position to anybody. The pay isn't much, of course, but the experience is amazing. Everyone is very helpful and nice, and I can't think of a single negative thing to say about it."
"I love working at a great company like AREVA. From the first day when I got there, there was not one person that I met that wasn't committed to making the company better in some way. I didn't hate any part about working at AREVA, but it was particularly difficult at times to get in touch with the project leaders that I needed to speak with for my interviews. Many of the people that I talked to I got in touch with after a series of phone calls or emails."
"Hate the pay.Love that I am working in a field that is constantly changing. I can keep learning every day and keep my mind sharp, solving problems every day."
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