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I have been working at eBay full-time (More than 3 years)
I've been employed at eBay for 3+ years and have been in the software industry for > 25 years; eBay is the best company I've worked for in which your work ethic, skills, innovation, etc. is the basis for your reviews and advancement. If you want to come in and work hard, innovate and really advance your personal skills and abilities, eBay allows you to all that and more.
All companies have some level of politics and of course eBay is no different, so if I'm looking for a con, that's about the only one I can really point to from a company perspective. The only other con is that many people who join eBay are very technically strong and looking for a new challenge monthly (weekly, daily even for some) which leads to quite a bit of attrition. This level of attrition can make your job harder b/c the service, module, component, etc. that you need to interface often no longer has any original authors or true owners.
Advice to Management
I'm excited to see how the *new* eBay operates after the PayPal separation and hope you continue to keep everyone involved / informed as to how we move eBay to a platform company. Also, please don't sell out to Alibaba until we have a chance to run on our own!!
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I applied online. The process took 3+ months. I interviewed at eBay (Campbell, CA (US)) in July 2019.
Initial phone screening followed by phone interview with the hiring manager and then onsite interviews. After your onsite interviews (4-5 in total) you have one last call with the head of the department. Brutal process and takes longer than expected