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Hard to do well because of gender bias

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April 20, 2018
Not a lot of room for advancement unless you're in the inner circle, which happens to be all male. A lot of bad decisions get implemented because of the buddy system.
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Pros
Good 401k plan.
Cons
Long hours, and not much got done
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