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What’s more important when choosing a job: a company’s reputation or its work culture?
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Job searching is never fun. Luckily, though, the more you apply for jobs, the more you get to know what you want and what you don’t want from companies, allowing for you to target a place that benefits your career (if not giving you the opportunity to work somewhere you actually enjoy working for which, trust us, can happen). Some job hunters like to target companies for their prestige, wanting to get that A grade on their résumés. Others are more about a company’s culture and environment. How’s about you?

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What’s more important when choosing a job: a company’s reputation or its work culture?
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Having a company with a great reputation on your résumé can go a long, long way. As much as people may say otherwise, certain names really stand out for all future employers, and may give you a leg-up during the application process. Hence going for companies with prestige should be a priority. 

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Plus, companies who are well-known got that way for a good reason. Landing a position at an organization with prestige could teach you a lot about your career moving forward. And a solid salary as well as benefits always helps, too. 

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Sure, working at a place with a good reputation is nice and all, but what if you end up hating it as a whole? Is the stress and negativity worth just one little name on a piece of paper? No, is the answer to that. Trudging every workday into a job that you can’t stand is one of the worst feelings in the world, prestige or no. 

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If a company has a positive environment, it makes what you do far more enjoyable than just name-dropping where you work. And that’s what makes for a successful career: a solid mindset that gets you inspired and opened to learning. So, aim for culture, fam. You’ll thank us in the long run.  

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What’s more important when choosing a job: a company’s reputation or its work culture?
#ChooseCompanyPrestige
#ChooseCompanyPrestige
#ChooseCompanyWorkCulture
#ChooseCompanyWorkCulture