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    I applied online – interviewed at Briggs & Stratton.


    I applied for a specific position and was called saying my experience didn't match what they were looking for but wondering if I wanted to interview as a contractor. I said yes, and went through a phone interview, which went well, and then did not hear anything for about three weeks. I was then called and they said that their choice for this position didn't work out because they didn't pass a background check. I went in for an in-person interview, which went well, but was with five different people. I did not end up getting an offer and was told they hired someone with more digital marketing experience.

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    • The most unexpected part was when they had me "interview" with two of my peers - young people who were contractors and got hired on as full Briggs employees. It was weird having people just basically out of school like me vetting me as a candidate. The most difficult question was probably when they asked me about my experience working with a particular political party (I was also a political science major) and if that party aligned with my own personal views. I was a bit taken aback by that.   1 Answer

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