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Application Support Engineer

comScore Amsterdam

Solve complex technical support incidents Manage customer service level agreements (monitoring, performance escalation and reporting) Implement… Adzuna Netherlands

30+ days ago

Technical Support (Web Analytics)

Comscore Amsterdam

Customer Support is an integral part of the user experience. Our flexible support gives our clients access to technical product specialists for… Adzuna Netherlands

30+ days ago

Senior Counsel

comScore United States

• Draft and negotiate a wide variety of non-standard complex deals could include… Glassdoor

13 days ago

Quality Assurance Engineer (JavaScript)

comScore Reston, VA

comScore is seeking an experienced Quality Assurance Engineer. We do a great deal of our testing manually. We automate where we can, and then code… Glassdoor

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    Great brand name, intelligent co-workers, crappy loyalty and worse management

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    Former Employee - Prod in Reston, VA (US)
    Former Employee - Prod in Reston, VA (US)

    I worked at comScore (more than 3 years)


    If you are starting out in the digital media space, this is a great place to do so. Terrific on-ramp training program, great exposure to many top-notch brands and clients, great way to get a foot in the door. And I enjoyed the opportunity to work with some of the best and brightest in the marketing research and advertising space.


    Lousy work-life balance, no training or support for promising rising stars. Most senior management and divisions don't care for their directs or teams. Almost 100% turnover of my group in less than 8 months. Doesn't really care for their employees, no loyalty or recognition for service or accomplishments. Very political environment.

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    Need to look at why attrition is incredibly high while morale and retention so low in most groups. Reputation of burning and churning great people, which is killing culture.

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