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Marketing Assistant

Princeton Review Minneapolis, MN

The Princeton Review is looking for a part-time marketing assistant. The ideal candidate must possess the ability to learn quickly and communicate… Princeton Review

27 days ago

Educational Sales Advisor- Inbound

Princeton Review Olyphant, PA

This is an inbound sales position for TPR products and services. Educational Sales Advisors will be part of an elite team of top-notch professionals… Princeton Review

27 days ago

Operations Manager

Princeton Review Saint Louis, MO

of meeting and exceeding student and teacher expectations, deliver on operational and financial metrics, and still keep track of long-term goals and… Princeton Review

23 days ago

Administrative Assistant

Princeton Review Saint Louis, MO

Are you always the organized person in your friend circle or at work? Do you like to dabble in a variety of activities and multi-task with ease? Are… Princeton Review

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    Former Employee - Director of Operations in Atlanta, GA (US)
    Former Employee - Director of Operations in Atlanta, GA (US)

    I worked at Princeton Review full-time (more than 5 years)


    The Princeton Review is a very flexible place to work. The benefits are FANTASTIC! They are great with work-life balance. They provide directors enough responsibility to gain from their position. It was great working for a company that helped students succeed.


    Very disorganized, no room for growth, and Senior Management is unwilling to listen when you have issues with managers. The systems are horrible. The company is very reactive, when they could be proactive to prevent from all the fires.

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    Listen to your employees! Stick with one program and build it before continuing to purchase other companies.

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