I applied through an employee referral and the process took 3 weeks - interviewed at Facebook.
Interview Details –
Referral from current employee
Phone call with recruiter
Phone call with other researchers
On campus interview
Interview Question – Propose a research question and research design. Explain how it is useful for Facebook and interesting to you. View Answer
I applied online and the process took 2+ months - interviewed at Facebook in July 2013.
Interview Details – Seemed like a fun place to work, although the team seems a bit too serious/intense for their own good...
Interview Question – Approximately how many user testing sessions have you conducted? Answer Question
Interviewed at Facebook
Interview Details –
4 rounds of interviews. In the last round, they asked me to do a moderation of user testing.
The HR person was awful. She did not explain what the moderation is about, what will happen after it, how the day long interview would be... and she spoke like a tape recorder
Interview Question – the most difficult part was that the HR took my interview while having lunch on site. I was expecting it to be a casual lunch but she made it into an interview Answer Question
-life changing experience
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-make hundreds of connections with other people in the industry, as they filter out to other companies over several years you will have connections… – Full Review
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