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Old 06-16-2010, 06:06 AM   #41
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Hi JRock,
Started CAS in January, and actually saw your post, but was too 'busy' to reply... This should at least give you a clue on the rigours of the programme.

SO far its been great, though tough and challenging.. been all over u.s and europe in the last 5 months. Hope you got to accept the offer.

Well, anyone joining CAS should be breced for the challenged. Definately not for the fainthearted.. be ready for fire drills at short notice, think and speak intelligently at all times (even when you cant see value in what you are doing), stay close to your computer 24.7 and be ready to hit the ground from day 1!... Your typical week-day is in 2 folds:

8am to 8pm

and then 9pm to 2am

Seriously.. no exageratting

and be prepared to work from 3pm-12pm on sundays.

For the salary, depends on where you're hired from, but dont think it'll be less then $40,000 a year..

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Sounds like hell to me. Of course I'm retired, so a 1 hour work day would suck.
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...For the salary, depends on where you're hired from, but dont think it'll be less then $40,000 a year..
Yowza. With that work schedule, I would hope the salary is no where near 40K. Anything under 100k would hardly seem worth it.
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