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Anonymous shared this review of United Nations, United States on Feb 5th, 2020
"There's opportunity for growth and educational courses to take that are work related."
Anonymous shared this review of United Nations on Nov 15th, 2018
"If you take a consultancy position, be aware of what you likely will not receive as a result. You will not get maternity or sick leave, health insurance, educational allowances for your children, housing allowances, etc. Your salary will be higher but you'll have to take care of all other expenses yourself."
Anonymous shared this review of United Nations on Aug 8th, 2017
"I would tell her that although there is much to be improved on, the UN is still a good employer. "
Anonymous shared this review of United Nations on Jul 27th, 2017
"Mission and values of this employer are great, but do not always translate into equitable working conditions at the individual, team level"
Anonymous shared this review of United Nations on Jun 22nd, 2017
"The work is incredibly interesting and challenging, and there are definitely opportunities for advancement for women. However, the internal politics and stress from an intense deadline and pressure-filled environment ahead of nonstop global launches and summits will lead to burnout if you're not careful."
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