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I was called by a recruiter, first Talked the the Director on a Tuesday for a good little while. He built up the company and the position. Sounded like I was a good candidate. Got me and the wife excited as the position is in Hawaii. Followed up on Sat. He said a decision would be made the following Tuesday. That was nearly 2 weeks ago. If I didn’t get the job, ok, but is it really to hard to just tell me that? It’s Leadership 101 and just good professionalism to keep people informed, whether positive or negative. Disappointing in that concept alone.

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If you're referring to a raise as an investigator, then you will not make much money; don't expect to see an increase after you're hired. Expect a lot of frustration for many months though.

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As soon as I wake up in the morning I get instant anxiety thinking about all the work I have to complete..working from home can be rewarding but with this job it feels like my job never ends..you wake up thinking about work..you go out in the field and work..and then you go home and do some more work

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No they do not, security clearance is obtained, no need

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Below average for IT Sector

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You will have difficulty at this position if you don't have any prior history in report writing, interviewing. You will also have difficulty if you are not organized and work with little to no supervision. Like any new job, there is a learning curve and this Company understands that. there can be pressure to complete work in a timely manner, but the biggest issue with that is contacting subjects and sources.

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Yes, and if you leave before then you agree to pay almost $9,000 back 800-900 a month until paid off. They may prorate the fee based on the amount of time worked.

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There is no separate sick leave. It is accrued PTO

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I have been waiting forever as well. I don't know what they mean by once the process starts because I've already been interviewed and my friends have been interviewed and it's still not any closer. All they say is everybody's different as far as time needed to complete it. I'm just wondering many people actually do not pass the test.

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