Message - Re: Pros & cons of working in a big architecture corporation

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Posted by  San on December 12, 2003 at 01:28:29:

In Reply to:  Re: Pros & cons of working in a big architecture corporation posted by raj devan on December 11, 2003 at 09:20:31:

I think Donald has elucidated the picture well.
I work for a large corporation that employs more than 200 ppl, but the esposure that you get as far as the 'hands on' knowledge is minimal. Its almost comparable to standing on a hill, the view is clear, the picture is large, but you have no idea of the ground realities. I had a breif stint with a smaller firm. I masterd all that was there in a short while, after which the comapany started honing on to my skills for its survival, there was a lot to offer but hardly much to learn.
The larger firms inevitably throw up their own politics though. SO if you wana climb up that will need alot of patience...through those endless sleepless nights at work...

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