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Very promising; recent institutional changes have potential to make it attractive and as a development partner for countries that are eligible to access their support; the experience they have especially in donor coordination can be leveraged by other current and potential funders for mutual benefit

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The bureaucracy and hierarchical workplace culture are the hardest part of the job to deal with.

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Masters degree for a professional level and Bachelor's for support staff.

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Most interesting as you get to know many people from other parts of the World, their culture and beliefs, and your work may involve Missions, i.e. travel to other countries!

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Every year

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Meaningless garble

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Keep an open mind, and stay focussed on improving environments and lives around the world - a central purpose of WBG

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I would bring some of the old benefits to hire top notch candidates.

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30Hrs per week

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