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Page 10--The Michigan Daily- Wednesday, February 5,1992

Software Design Engineers and Program Managers
Full-time and Summer Positions

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The towering, snow-covered peaks of the Cas-
cade Mountains never fail to impress you on
your daily commute to the world's leading soft-
ware company.
And, this weekend, it's good to know you
can take your pick of cosmopolitan nightlife,
deep sea fishing, or maybe kayaking through
white water rapids.
Where else could you be but in Seattle?
And where else would you be working but at
Microsoft?
Here, housing is plentiful, the people are
genuinely friendly, and the standard of living is
exceptionally high.
Fine arts, exquisite dining, professional
sports, spectacular outdoor recreation...the
choices are virtually endless.
Best of all is the work. Nobody in the soft-
ware industry can match Microsoft's unique

professional environment, industry accomplish-
ments, or plans for the future.
As a Software Design Engineer or Program
Manager, you'll enjoy full creative authority. And
the freedom of our unique, unstructured environ-
ment. You'll be involved with products that will
revolutionize the future of personal computing.
See. Life in the real world isn't so bad after
all...now that you're at Microsoft, that is.
If you are pursuing a Bachelor's, Master's or
PhD degree in Computer Science, Computer
or Electrical Engineering, Math, Physics or a
related discipline, and have programming expe-
rience, design skills and/or exposure to project
management, we'd like to talk with you at our
On-campus Interviews.
We are an equal opportunity employer and
are working toward a more culturally diverse
workplace.

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