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Bigger the company the better?

tahncol86tahncol86 Registered User Posts: 224 Junior Member
I just got accepted to a full-time (12 week) summer internship program for Samsung Electronics. I will have to go to Miami for this, but I thought it would be a good experience since the employers are either Korean, American or Latin. (I'm fluent with Korean, English and Spanish).

I was also accepted to some other internships for relatively smaller companies...

Would my resume look better if i'd pick Samsung Electronics? Is bigger the better always true?

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Replies to: Bigger the company the better?

  • mrclassicfreakmrclassicfreak Registered User Posts: 540 Member
    But it depends on which area you are choosing to go into.
    It'd look good if you're going into engineerings or something like that, this opportunity will give you an insight to your specific area of interest.
  • UCLAriUCLAri Registered User Posts: 14,740 Senior Member
    Bigger is not always better. Sometimes, smaller internships can allow you to do more substantive and meaningful work. Smaller, however, is not always better either. It can mean fewer opportunities to network.

    Superlatives are usually not useful, I guess would be best way to put it.
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