WHAT IT’S LIKE TO WORK FOR A MICRO MOBILE DATA CENTER
Now this might be about ground-breaking accomplishments within the field itself, but it is about working within the field. Some of you might be looking to make a career path forward somewhere within this field. In order to do this, it’s good to have some kind of idea as to what to expect.
Below you will find some actual reviews about the field and job itself. It’s up to you whether or not you choose to pursue it.
WORKING WITHIN THE MMS FIELD:
The communication, as a whole, is pretty good. It’s actually much better than some of the other jobs that I have worked out there. The peer-side of things is pretty good too. Most of the people I work with are very respectful and they do want to help out, if needed.
The skills you learn are so on-point. They actually do give you the skills to the do the job and more.
The only downside to this field lies with the management itself. Not all the so-called leaders are on-point with their so-called leadership. I wish more of them would communicate that way they are supposed. The other downsides include a really big workload, for which they give you s really tight schedule. They expect you to get it all done within the timeline given. Some of the management is not really supportive if you ask for more time.
This is one of the things that management could be improving upon. Not always putting out negativity, like if they disagree with something someone else said. Now this is how it is at my place of work. I don’t know how it is for any other people. All I’m saying is to keep this painted picture in mind, if you do decide to work in this field.
I INTERVIEWED WITH THEM AND EVERYTHING WAS FINE
I honestly didn’t have a problem with the company. They took me in that day. Interviewed me and within an hour I had the job. The leadership is good, based on what I have seen so far. Salary is pretty good. Not as high as other areas of expertise, but can’t really complain.
Now these are just two reviews about working in the field. I encourage you to find some more online. It’s best to have a well-rounded perspective before applying for a job in this field. This field is like any other. There are going to be some good points and bad points. It’s up to you to determine if the pros outweigh the cons.
Do I suggest going to meet with one of the bosses first, before you put your name in/ Not really. A boss can say anything. He or she will sugarcoat the situation, just to fill the spot in question. I do suggest keeping an open mind though. If this is really what you want your career path to be, then brush up on the companies that interest you. Take a look at all the good and bad points. Draw your own conclusions based on that.