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If you were to leave Cisco, what would be the reason?

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Retirement or Death.

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My role was eliminated as part of a restructuring.

Answered - Senior Visual and UX Designer (Former Employee) - Milpitas, CA

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Three Cisco women in technology share their experiences & provide advice for other women in technology..

Answered - Business Operations Analyst (Former Employee) - India Bangalore

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If I became interested in something else besides IT, or if I was given an opportunity to lead a team or join a startup elsewhere

Answered - Systems Engineer (Current Employee) - San Jose, CA

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Other opportunities

Answered - Senior IT Program Manager (Current Employee) - San Jose, CA

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Re-organization

Answered - Sr. Software Engineer (Current Employee) - Milpitas, CA

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1. Professional Advancement
2. Preferred Work Location
3. Compensation Package

Answered - Program Management Consultant (Current Employee) - Milpitas, CA

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I left Cisco to continue my career at Dell

Answered - Global Client Executive (Former Employee) - Atlanta, GA

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Headcount Reduction

Answered - Product Marketing / Business Development (Former Employee) - San Jose, CA

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I can't think of any

Answered - Software QA Engineer (Former Employee) - Costa Mesa, CA

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