Employer and graduate school?


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In your opinion (or experience — both the employee and the employer) as the employer in the interview refers to the fact that the potential employee is learning at the postgraduate? Positive, negative? Do you need to mention it in the summary?

Upd. Position — developer.
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The position of the developers are different. Someone needs stupid coder for 8-10 hours a day — they will not fit. And if you need is a thinking developed by algoritmist, I think the graduate goes to the Ura.
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What type of work?
If you specify summary, it will be a few invitations to interview, but more fair to the employer.
If you do not specify, it will still float to the interview will be more failures, more empty trips for you. But more chance that a personal meeting with the employer in another way, will treat you and close your eyes to distractions.
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Who is looking for a job? This affects the attitude of the employer. The tech support which should be located at the workplace from 9 to 18, and another thing the developer, which in principle can be operated remotely, and the third project Manager, which basically works in the period of implementation of the project 25 hours a day.
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Work in solid firm, there is even encourage that. But in summary not wrote, just at the interview this was said. As the specialty of the graduate school overlaps with the working activities. Said that the working time will take very little, so that the employer was very happy:)
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I think it is necessary to specify the graduate school only when it is associated with work responsibilities even remotely + will not take up much time.
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If your specialty in graduate school is tied with work — I think it's definitely worth to specify. It's just a plus to work (unless of course a long time and no).
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In any case it will be known before or during the interview. By the way is studying in full-time aspirantura takes a long time?
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