soon-to-be new grad. Are there any companies that 'hurt' the resume ? For multiple reasons, could be shitty product, having issues with other top tiers, etc. Recruiters, what's your take on this?
Edit: guys please explain, don't throw names.
- We already has this discussion on the Google lounge. Conclusion (which I agree with) is that Google is a highly biased company that retaliated against anyone that has non far left/socialist views. If you have an issue with that then you can leave. Makes sense. If I make a company I'd like the freedom to support ICE and fire anyone that doesn't believe in lower taxes/border security.
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- Any huge Indian outsourcing company (GobalLogic, InfoSys, etc.). Any non-tech company (Gap, Walmart, etc)
- Samsung if you worked as H/W eng during note 7
Boeing if you worked as swe this year
Theranos at any point
- New / Design 👩🎨🎨🖍For design: academy of art. If you’re a professor/designer there I’m going to question your morality since it’s a very sketchy for profit school that puts a lot of students in a mountain of debt and doesn’t prepare them well.
If you’re a grad I’m going to be wary of you because they don’t prepare students well. However if you have a killer portfolio I don’t care if you graduated from there.
I once did a portfolio review session for some soon to be new grads and it was sad how unprepared and awful a lot of their portfolios were.
(With that being said University of Phoenix, ITT Tech and other for profit schools might also fit the list for other industries.)