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Security Vulnerabilities and Compliance Monitoring Manager

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Analog IC Design Engineer / Senior-Engineer

STMicroelectronics United States

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Applications Manager II

STMicroelectronics United States

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HW Design ENG II - IP Design

STMicroelectronics United States

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Soc Functinal Verification ENG I

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Accountant

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Technical Manager / Senior Technical Manager

STMicroelectronics United States

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Production Shift Leader

STMicroelectronics United States

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Account Executive III - Channel Management

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STMicroelectronics President and CEO Carlo Bozotti
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    Interesting for an internship, but no big technical challenge or R&D focus

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    Former Employee - Software Engineer in Agrate Brianza (Italy)
    Former Employee - Software Engineer in Agrate Brianza (Italy)

    I worked at STMicroelectronics as an intern (more than 5 years)

    Pros

    It is a big company which works in several fields from silicon technology to computer vision to augmented reality. It is always looking for internships and the selection process is quite easy.

    Cons

    I found little help from the company employees, and I had to solve many issues by my own. Moreover, there is little communication among various offices and seats, causing waste of time if working on overlapping projects. The personal work is not rewarded as it could be, and managers tend to control their employees very much.

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    Discover the skilled people you have inside, maybe just normal employees; invest more on long-running research

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