I wouldn't want to work for google, their non-standard benefits are good, but their pay kind of sucks. It looked good at first as I was in colorado, but when I adjusted for cost of living for moving to california, it would have been a rather large pay cut.
[citation][nom]K2N hater[/nom]While the point of the article is to stress the relevance of tech companies the survey can also be used to tell the opposite:U.S. Department of State 7.89%The Walt Disney Company 7.67%IBM 2.37%Can we also tell the ones who answered Facebook or Apple are computer dummies? I wonder...[/citation]
I can see how IBM is pretty low on the list.. as I type this from my IBM work laptop.
[citation][nom]mobrocket[/nom]good luck hoof_hearted... nobody ever quits that jobI heard EA is very tough place to work for[/citation]
I know a few people that have worked at EA in various jobs and its not a great place to work. The pay is decent and the benefits are pretty good, but the work atmosphere sucks and you get worked to the bone. Mind you, the job security is better than in most other companies in the video game industry.
Oh and don't be a tester at EA, that is a terrible, terrible job. They recruited for testers at my school (a couple blocks from their head office) and I know a few people that wasted their time doing that.