I applied online and the process took 3 days - interviewed at Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis in August 2013.
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I interviewed over the phone briefly for 30 min. HR told me the duties of the position and verified that I would still like to pursue the job. Then, I answered simple questions such as "why would you like to work for us?" Nothing that would surprise you or catch you off guard.
There was at least one more interview after the phone interview.
Interview Question – What duties does this position have based on the job description you read? View Answer
I interviewed at Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis in April 2013.
Interview Details – Only made it through the first interview for a consumer affairs position. It was a 3 part interview. First part was writing about a sample scenario with a bank expanding into a new region. 2nd and 3rd parts were standard interviews, one with two bank examiners and one with HR people. Mostly behavioral questions.
Interview Question – The writeup was difficult only because you dont have any clue what they are looking for. There is an obvious answer, but other reviews have said that most people get it wrong. Answer Question
I applied online and the process took 2 months - interviewed at Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis in October 2012.
Interview Details – I was interviewed by three people at once. It was extremely informal and was largely an overview of the position. I was asked a few questions on how my background related to the position and how I would be a good fit.
Interview Question – I was outright told that my previous titles weren't anything like the type of work involved in the position, which I had to carefully defend. Answer Question
I applied through a recruiter and interviewed at Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis.
Interview Details – The recruiter found me on linked in. After reviewing my profile I had a 30 minute phone interview with her. She asked the basic where do you see yourself in 5 years questions and the what can I tell her about the FED.
Interview Question – No difficult questions, only the basics Answer Question
The process took a day - interviewed at Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis in August 2010.
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It's a one-day interview.
Got talk to nine Economists who were seeking assistants throughout the day. Very interest chat with each one of them. Mostly talk about your own background and what they are looking for, though some may hit you with pure tech questions such as what is auto-correlation.
Interview Question – What's your career plan? How long u want to work as a research assistant and what you plan to do after that? Answer Question
Pros: I believe the Fed's greatest asset is the people there. Their employees are some of the smartest, best educated, and driven individuals I have ever met. At the same time, they are the nicest people you will ever know. The Fed is an absurdly friendly… – Full Review
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