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Anonymous Interview Candidate  in  Statesboro, GA
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Application Details

I applied through other source. The process took 6 months - interviewed at Georgia Department of Labor in June 2009.

Interview Details

Four months after I applied for this position, I was called for an interview. The interview was formal, with representatives from the office, the district, and the partner agency that governs the program I now work under. There was a pre-determined set of questions, and the interview was recorded.

Two months after the interview, I was called, and an offer was extended.

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You don't negotiate with the state. Minimum offer is extended. Pay freeze is in effect, so if the offer they give you is not good enough, do not take the job. There is very little chance you will get a raise.
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