Re: Is it a good job?

Subject: Re: Is it a good job?
From: "Tony G. Rocco" <trocco -at- NAVIS -dot- COM>
Date: Wed, 2 Apr 1997 10:53:18 -0800

David, think about what you would like to have in a work environment and
ask people questions about those issues. Things like work hours, flexible
scheduling, management style of the boss, cooperation from programmers,
deadline pressure, company culture, etc. Only you can decide if the job is
good or bad based on your likes and dislikes. Ask questions and observe.
Take in the "vibes" of the place, if you will, the decor and ambience, the
tone of the workplace, the expressions on peoples faces and the tone of
their voice. A lot of it will be intuitive, and some you can find out about
by talking to people and asking the right questions.

- tgr

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