Great first job, hit or miss with managers
Sales Development Representative (Former Employee) – Reston, VA – January 3, 2019
If you can get in the door, do well at your position for at least a year and then start thinking about where you'd like to transition within the company (if that's your goal). They are fairly good about hiring from within and/or promoting to another level. If you get a bad manager or team, there is a structure in place to try and switch via speaking with HR. Great culture. Managers not micromanaging or watching your every move as long as you're getting your work done and excelling in the position.
pay, benefits, training, company name on resume, nice offices with cafeterias/kitchens/games
many managers care about their own bottom-line not your best interest