GNation is a great place to work. Very fun, legit and offers a good experience for a coder and gamer. I enjoy reporting to work, it’s like going to a party day after day. They even provide us with healthy meals. The colleagues are working together for a long time, but I managed to fit in just great. Newcomers are welcomed. Pros: healthy food, great entertainment, friendly atmosphere, job security is awesome, overwork is paid greatly
I’m only 26 and still need to improve my front-end developer’s skills. I have been working as an executive assistant for almost 10 months. Basically I’m a senior assistant. The salary is totally satisfying, with bonuses for overwork. Pros: colleagues are ok, food is served hot at the local café, a playing room for kids, great salary Cons: a job can be overwhelming, but all of us work with dedication, so I don’t judge or complain The overall working experience is 4.5 out 5.
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