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Why work with us ?
Our high-performance culture attracts the best people in their fields – people of diverse backgrounds working together to solve complex problems for a better tomorrow.
We offer opportunities in a broad range of disciplines across the global enterprise for talented people at different stages in their professional lives.
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Why Not ?
A lot of people who don’t get accepted would like to know why. This is a reasonable thing to want. If there’s something wrong with your application, you want to know what.
So why don’t we tell people why we didn’t accept them into the latest batch? Because, paradoxical as it sounds, there often is no reason. The median application is usually pretty good. The reason it gets rejected is not that it seems particularly bad, but that there are a sufficient number of others that seem particularly good.
There are physical limits on the number of people that we accommodate in our program. We can only accommodate a fixed number of people, no matter how many good ones apply. The reason some applicants didn’t get invited was not that there was anything specifically wrong with them. They were just pushed down by other applicants who were particularly stellar.
So the reason we can’t respond to emails about why applicants were rejected is that a lot of the time there’s literally no answer. We could make one up, but we’d be lying in many cases, and the better the applicant, the more likely we’d be lying. The main reason the top third or so of the applicants don’t get accepted is literally not to be found anywhere in their application, but instead is distributed across the top few applicants that pushed them down below the cutoff.