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Cool technology, right in the middle of finance.

Nasdaq Interview Questions

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People at Nasdaq Say

This information was sourced from reviews originally posted on Glassdoor.

Interesting Problems, WLB, good learning opportunity,
Great team environment, Great culture, Great career growth. Work with latest tech. Great benefits
In general, I'd consider nasdaq omx to be a good place to work. I felt that emnployees were treated well and compensated very fairly based on their contribution. It is a company that is constantly looking for new ways to generate revenue, and it provides far more services to its clients than you would normall associate with a stock market. Because of this, I feel that there is opportunity to make an impact by helping create new business.
Benefits were great, profit sharing, bonuses and decent pay, 3 weeks vacation to start. Colleagues were great. . . flexible environment.

Engineering Levels

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Specialist
Full Stack

41k - Base
2k - Stock
4k - Bonus
E3
Distributed Systems (Back-End)

94k - Base
10k - Stock
17k - Bonus
L2
Full Stack

110k - Base
11k - Stock
19k - Bonus
L5
Distributed Systems (Back-End)

100k - Base
5k - Stock
15k - Bonus
Specialist
Full Stack

115k - Base
15k - Stock
25k - Bonus

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