10/14/13 4:56 pm
I've tried both within the same industry and prefer neither. Know it's difficult to contemplate, at any age or economic level, but working for yourself is the way to go.
10/14/13 10:44 am
Big: The big question is what is the salary relative to position in each company? If we're assuming they both have the same starting salary, then it would seem obvious that big companies have more money to pay employees over the long run. Big for me
10/14/13 9:21 am
They both have there advantages. However if I worked at a bigger company I'd be covered by more laws such as the family leave act that small biz are exempt from & might get a few more holidays & sick time
Zod Above Pugetropolis
10/14/13 8:42 am
I think there are often fewer opportunities to do something different in small companies. You do what you do and that's it. I don't want to do the same thing in the same place everyday, I want to try new departments and transfer to other places.
10/14/13 7:06 am
I've never liked working in small agencies/companies. I prefer a place that is big enough that employees can focus on the job they were hired for, and not have to pitch in on every issue.
rons Thanks America
10/14/13 6:27 am
I worked i such a large company I called the employees 200k migrant workers. Like congressmen they stay 2 yr and spend one looking for another position.
10/14/13 6:22 am
I have this opportunity in my industry. I chose large several years ago because of the opportunities available without switching companies. The negative is that there are more rules/regulations. The positives outweigh the negatives though.
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