I like that first one. That's something that's really easily measurable. For #5, I'm really surprised to hear that they don't like independent thinkers. I never knew that.
Well, I can tell you if you are even a nickle better than your intervirewer he will be upset that his or her job is at stake.Oh and anyone who says degrees and grades don't matter means he is just justifying his wrong choice
Usually it happens within corporates and companies with large size. They don't mind if they hired one or two people based on favoritism and bias
Thanks for MHO.I hope it was useful
Yes it was. I had an interview a few days ago, so when I hit that 2-week mark without hearing anything, I'll know it's time to move on.
Good luck. Main thing is be happy about yourself
Thank you for the mho! :)
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Lol that's so funny
I think they ask every person same questions exactly, It all depends on if it's a agency or the boss or people from the company etc.
I had a phone interview yesterday with a manager of the company. I'm a little worried because after she finished asking me the interview questions, it seemed like she rushed off the phone. She didn't say bye and she didn't even ask me the standard "Do you have any questions about the company". Usually at interviews, they ALWAYS say that at the end.
Hey I had a interview where they just asked me something random then to tell people waiting the interview is over. Then rang for the job after 30mins.
Ok, that's a good think to look for.
Duno how helpful but was funny.
I think it's something that they say as last question to everyone?
@mrgspoter in UK it's kind of a code that they are interested in making an offer, but maybe need to discuss you with each other after you leave. In big companies it's rare for the person interviewing you to have the approval to appoint you,,,
I'm uk. Lol it was like that like over a decade ago buddy lol