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No Offer – Interviewed in Mobile, AL Jan 2012 – Reviewed Jan 29, 2012
Interview Details – Was a phone interview for an actuarial internship. VEry basic predictable questions. However,I did not receive the internship because I had not passed any actuarial exams. They petty much require you to have passed at least one.
Interview Question – How do you do in groups? Answer Question
No Offer – Interviewed in Mar 2009 – Reviewed Aug 9, 2010
Interview Details – My interviewer was very persistent and did not allow me enough time for responses. She was very rude and at times, stated that I would not get the position. But New York Life usually initiates a phone interview with all applicants. I highly recommend treating the phone interview like an actual interview
Interview Question – How did you hear about our company. Answer Question
No Offer – Interviewed in Feb 2010 – Reviewed Feb 16, 2010
Interview Details – The interview was very basic. He asked me questions about myself and my past experiences. He asked me if I had any experience in the life insurance business and he said no. He also asked me why I wanted to work in the insurance industry. I was asked to talk about myself and ask him questions at the end of the interview. He made me feel like I got the job even though I was not offered another interview.
Interview Question – Why insurance Answer Question
Pros: Incredible income. Great recognition. Support from management. Representing the best in the industry. Attorneys and CPAs respect the company. Getting involved with helping in my community. Company treats you like royalty while on company trips… – Full Review `
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