Sooo.. I had my final interview for Microsoft

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    a microsoft rep comes to our school a couple times a year - he says that it is harder to get an internship with them than a job.

    some entropy with that sink? entropysink.com

    there are two cardinal sins from which all others spring: Impatience and Laziness. - franz kafka

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    Quote Originally Posted by axon
    a microsoft rep comes to our school a couple times a year - he says that it is harder to get an internship with them than a job.
    I can believe that. Just think about the numbers. 2000 on Office and only 120 interns. :dunno:

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    4000-5000? I'm only getting paid half that in my current internship.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Yasir_Malik
    4000-5000? I'm only getting paid half that in my current internship.
    Well, we are talking about Microsoft.

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    4000-5000? I'm only getting paid half that in my current internship.
    4-5K ? I'm only getting paid half that in my current job !

    ( Well, payments aren't really comparable between the US and EU anyway )
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    I should be happy that I even have an internship in the current market.

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    I'd rather have Euros than Dollars right now.

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    right now, maybe. but seeing as the whole world economy is run by the $, i woudln't keep them.

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    >>right now, maybe. but seeing as the whole world economy is run by the $

    not for long....not for long at all.

    some entropy with that sink? entropysink.com

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    Quote Originally Posted by CompiledMonkey
    Well, we are talking about Microsoft.
    Wow, congratulations CompiledMonkey!! Tell me what sort of education did you have to have for that. list it all for me. How many years of school and the courses you took

    4 to 5 k/month


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    The U.S. GDP has the highest GDP, but I bet the EU is going to be bigger soon.

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    Quote Originally Posted by axon
    not for long....not for long at all.
    How so?


    i thought that americans would be more sceptic about europe than europeans themselves

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    >>i thought that americans would be more sceptic about europe than europeans themselves

    and most are...and that is precisely the reason for my statement.

    some entropy with that sink? entropysink.com

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    The U.S. GDP has the highest GDP, but I bet the EU is going to be bigger soon.
    maybe once they lower their ~30% unemployment rate(this includes alot of the former-Soviet countries which are still screwed by all those years under that empire).

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    Check out the May 2004 issue of National Geographic.

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