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Accepted Offer – Reviewed Jan 22, 2013
Interview Details – Online application via email, after which a phone interview was arranged. Interview consisted of standard questions about previous experience, interest in the job etc.
Interview Question – No unexpected questions Answer Question
Accepted Offer – Reviewed Jan 8, 2013
Interview Details – Typically need to know someone to get a foot in the door for an interview. Attend job fairs, networking events and reach out to current/former employees who can pass your resume along to the right person. Once you've landed an interview, share a broad range of interest and experience across accounts at previous jobs. Be eager for the job and personable.
Interview Question – What ethical issues might you have with an account? Answer Question
Negotiation Details – I received the position over the phone and was emailed my contract with vacation/salary information by email. I negotiated more money by email after that and received a little bit more than my original offer.
Accepted Offer – Interviewed in Mexico, Distrito Federal (Mexico) Jun 2009 – Reviewed Apr 5, 2010
Interview Details – The interview process was different to any other public relation firms I ever worked. First of all I had an interview with the practice director, then with the General Manager and then a 1:1 interview at client's office. Skills test was quite similar to other firms.
Interview Question – Which is the most confident situation you ever faced? View Answer
No Offer – Interviewed in Apr 2009 – Reviewed Jun 17, 2009
Interview Details – I sat for a two-hour timed test, including editing for grammar and style and drafting two mock press releases. Then, I met with two different people for one-on-one interviews, each lasting about half an hour.
Interview Question – Tell me about your experience. View Answer
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