Large Companies and Small Companies
Upon graduation from college， young men and women face the first choice in their career life： to go to a large company or a small one? Although many graduates are attracted by the prestige of large companies， I believe the small one will afford more chances of success and more opportunities to develop your ability.
There are two basic differences between the large and small enterprises. First， working in the small company you operate primarily through personal contacts; you have more chance to develop your communication ability and the ability to handle various kinds of personalities. In contrast， in the large company there are established policies and fairly rigid procedures. Even the man at the top is only a cog in a big machine： you needn't make any decision and can't see the effect of your work…… Second， in a small business you are normally exposed to all kinds of experiences and expected to do a great many things without too much help or guidance. Thus， you may acquire much more skills and experience， and develop the ability to handle different， complicated things. But in the large corporation， since you are normally taught one thing and limited to one procedure， you may become the man who knows more and more about less and less.
Obviously if you want to gain more experience and ability needed in business organizations and to become an excellent manager or executive in your future career， working in a small company is your best choice.