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"It is a ton of fun getting to interact with all the different people and equipment."
"I love troubleshooting and fixing technology products and computers. My job fulfills that love for fixing hard to diagnose problems on desktops and laptops that come in for repair, and while onsite. The pay for this position at this company is far below what a full time employee is getting compensated for with the same position and less knowledge at companies with an IT department."
"I like this position because of the different variety of tasks."
"You are in charge of fixing detailed technology issues, but sometimes the job is redundant. Overall I love helping and fixing everyone's problem."
"I love being the knowledge level expert and being the go to guy. I hate not being able to make the transition into management."
"I love the challenge of resolving complex technical issues and providing great customer service."
"I started at Atmel as a production operator at their starting wage which was good for the area that we were in. Within the first year I had developed the trust of my supervisor to run the area when he/she took personal days, before the position of lead operator was conceived. Within a year I was promoted to lead operator. In 2000 I was promoted to Engineering Technician. Eventually, I moved back to production to become a developer of software solutions for mgt and the production floor."
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"Overall enjoyable until I hit the glass ceiling. Very mundane."
What do you like about working at Social Security Administration?
"Job stability, hourly pay, commute time, amount of leave accrued, training tools provided"
Do you have any tips for others interviewing with this company?
"Basically if you get an interview you probably have the position, the hardest part of being hired into the federal government is the actual application process"
What don't you like about working at Social Security Administration?
"no promotional opportunities at all, employees are just a number, all decisions are based upon management approval which leaves no room for independent thinking"
What suggestions do you have for management?
"to make work more enjoyable and fun, not micro-manage so much, allow for growth from within the organization"
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