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It's frowned upon, but sometimes do able.

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Most jobs at MITLL will require a technical degree and US citizenship.

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The working hours were relaxed as long as the minimum expectations were met. I tended to put in additional hours to make sure all projects that I was in the lead of finished ahead of schedule. I also took great pride in teaching interns, students ,scientists and PhD’s insuring that interdisciplinary communication thrived and succeeded.

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Nothing, Everyone who works there must pass and obtain a (secret) government clearance at a minimum. They will conduct that.

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It can be slow, but it does ramp up one a project becomes available.

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Ten years ago. Not many questions, they already knew me as a mechanical contractor.

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Productive and Interesting work environment place to work. Very smart people who are dedicated to what the cause is. The first few weeks, it takes a little while to get going, work wise. After you work at your own pace

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If you're looking for top positions, get your degrees, you have a better chance

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