The Commute: This is one of the most variable aspects of the office. If one lives downtown, you can simply walk to work, catch the TRAX (light rail), or use the bus system; all of which are fairly cheap options. The ten-to-twenty minute commute is not that bad either. When one lives on the Wasatch Front outside of Salt Lake City, the FrontRunner (commuter rail train) is an inexpensive option to using one’s own vehicle (or purchasing an additional one). Read more >
At CRA, you’ll be exposed to leading minds who use economic, financial, and business analysis to solve complex problems. Through a collegial environment, formal and informal training opportunities, and a broad array of professional development resources, the CRA experience opens doors. Hear from current employees about the work experience—from why they chose CRA, including the training and mentorship opportunities, to how CRA has grown their careers.
In my post “Thoughts on Staying Busy at CRA,” I wrote about informal, self-guided skill acquisition. Here I’ll expand on that post by explaining how CRA supports self-guided skill acquisition, and then describe the more formal training programs that CRA offers to help you succeed. Read more >
The Commute: Employees in the New York office live all over, including in Brooklyn, Hoboken, Westchester, and Manhattan. However, working near Times Square allows for a variety of ways to arrive at the office. There are stops for numerous subway lines, including the 123, BDFM, ACE, and NQR within a few blocks of the office. We are also a few short blocks from the Port Authority bus terminal for people commuting from New Jersey. Read more >
The Commute: The Oakland office, situated on College Avenue in the Rockridge neighborhood, is conveniently located walking distance from the Rockridge BART (Bay Area Rapid Transit) station. The 51A AC (Alameda County) Transit bus line also stops right outside the office. Many of us use BART to commute from all over the Bay Area, from cities like San Francisco and Fremont. I commute from San Francisco and the ride gives me time to read and listen to music. Read more >