I applied online and the process took 2+ weeks - interviewed at Bloomberg L.P. in February 2012.
Interview Details –
I went to the Bloomberg career section online and applied for the position and the next day received an email from the recruiting team inviting me for a phone interview. It was quick and intense. The recruiting team took no time to contact me with their decision following each interview.
The phone interview was scheduled for two days later and a few hours after the interview I received an email requesting my availability for the following week for an in-house interview.
The first in-house was scheduled for 5 days after the phone interview and a second in-house interview a week 1/2 later.
Three hours after the second in-house interview I received a call for a job offer.
Negotiation Details – At the end of the phone interview I was required to provide a salary amount. I considered that to be a great sign and since I did some research before the interview I stated a range instead of a number. I was offered the lowest amount of that range of course. I still accepted the offer since it was a great.
I applied online and the process took 1 week - interviewed at Bloomberg L.P. in November 2013.
Interview Details – I applied online and got an email from HR to have interview a week later. The interview was held two days after that. She asked me usual questions E.g) Walk me through your former job experience. What do know about this position?..etc. However, She spoke very fast. It was not usual pace. And I could not answered one question quite well.
Interview Question – What do you think of this market in the future? I did not expect the kind of question at the first round, because I had reviewed many interviews from others. Answer Question
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