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Great place to work, if you love an RND environment.
Engineering Intern (Former Employee) –  Boston, MAApril 1, 2013
It was a great place to work. Had an opportunity to research new and latest technologies. The co-workers are great and very supportive. I did not like though working alone, I am more of a team player. Management is great, and encourages new ideas.
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free lunches
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Data Operations/Field Operations Intern (Former Employee) –  Boston, MAFebruary 15, 2018
This co-op was great, especially for a first-time co-op. I learned a lot there and felt supported by my manager and coworkers. There are lots of free snacks as well!
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Disorganized company structure
Operations Analyst (Former Employee) –  Boston, MAAugust 2, 2017
Job satisfaction varies greatly based on position, but my experience was very stressful. You can learn a lot, but you have to be comfortable with a level of uncertainty in regards to company vision and even your position. Things change frequently.
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Good benefits, good place to start a career
Cons
little pay for hours worked, very stressful
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