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IT work - October 17, 2006, 07:11 PM

If anyone is looking to change jobs and or currently works in IT and wants to make more money let me know. My job has 400 locations world wide and has 39 locations around the DC metro area. You can work any where in the world with this company or just decrease your commute.

The more senior or the more experience you have is obviously a plus. I've been working there for only 6 months and love it. Benifits day one and tons of other benefits.

My intentions are completly selfish, I get a employee referal bonus. But on the real it's a gov contracting company that continues to grow and is constantly buying out new companies. They generally pay 15-30% more than most companies. The work load is less because it is government based and this is the reason I love my job.

Also they are trying to fill all other military based fields that have to do with communications and with satelites/imagery. Basically all fields but IT is the largest growing field with the company. The more rare and obscure your job the more you're needed.

You have to pass a back ground search and a drug test. And if you have TS (or better) or secret that's also a plus.
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