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Work experience- big or small company? [#permalink]
02 Dec 2005, 11:48
Do you think the size of the company has any bearing on how the ADcomm views your application? I just graduated with my BA and have a few offers from varying companies. The most appealing to me is actually a mid-sized food manufacturer(120 million/year) due to the breadth of business exposure I would receive. As my business discipline is Finance, I would be interacting directly with the CFO daily, and the CEO and VPs on a regular basis.
Conversely, I have a few offers from F500 companies but the positions are very limited in scope (Transfer pricing, estimating and pricing, forecast analysis).
I realize it has only been a day since I posted, but I would really appreciate any advice any of you could provide. I am somewhat up against a deadline as I need to reject or accept the offer from the mid sized food company by Monday morning. Thanks again.
P.S. Even if you have minimal work experience I would love to get your input. I'm all ears.
Last edited by EvanG on 04 Dec 2005, 22:22, edited 1 time in total.
I would suggest you ask the questions to yourself:
"Where would I be able to contribute significantly? Who, as superiors, would appreciate my contribution at workplace? Where would I be able to see scope of getting higher responsibilities?"
It might so happen that the CFO/CEO/VP may overlook your performance due to their own work pressure; OR it might so happen that they would see your talent immediately.
It's for you to decide and whatever the outcome be, it would be you who must take credit or responsibility for the same.
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