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Jones Lang LaSalle Lease Analyst Interview Questions

Updated Oct 5, 2014
Updated Oct 5, 2014
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Lease Analyst Interview

Anonymous Employee in Bedminster, NJ
Anonymous Employee in Bedminster, NJ
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I applied online – interviewed at Jones Lang LaSalle in March 2013.

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The first interview was a short chat. The person I was originally supposed to interview with was tied up so I interviewed with another supervisor who reported directly to the VP/Director. She said there was no actual position they were just interviewing to anticipate turnover because bonuses were being issued? Very odd. I came back about two weeks later for the skills test and was supposed to meet with the director but again she was MIA. I never heard back after that.

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  • I think if you have no experience at all with retail leases the skills test might be difficult but it is at least 50% basic business math.   Answer Question
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    Lease Analyst Interview

    Anonymous Employee in Dallas, TX
    Anonymous Employee in Dallas, TX
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    I applied online. The process took 3+ monthsinterviewed at Jones Lang LaSalle in January 2013.

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    Met with two supervisors. Very friendly. Informal interview. Had to return back for a skills test. Not terrible.Just test abilitity to pick apart info and Microsoft skills. No real way to prepare for it.

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