The Standard provided amazing resources to support your career path within the company with the caveat that you have absolutely no job security. Whether it be a misstep or perceived incompatibility with the office culture, there are few resources for counsel and improvement. It is a very unforgiving environment and you're time, investment, and commitment will not be considered.
As for the office culture, despite it's aggrandizing to the contrary, it is extremely affluence-white-family based. Regardless of your ethnicity or gender identity, you must conform to this culture and be able to relate to and interact with its expression in order to retain your position (which you could lose at any time, anyway). If you come from a white upper-middle class background, you will thrive at The Standard. If you do not, you will have a very difficult and stressful work life. If you are anywhere on the autism spectrum that impacts your socialization, do not even bother applying.
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