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American Airlines Purchasing Analyst Interview Question

I interviewed in Fort Worth, TX and was asked:
"I was asked to answer investment, finance (such as Return on Investment), and math problems. These problems were verbally given and I was expected to answer by working the problems with a paper and pencil while the interviewer sat and stared at me. Extremely unprofessional. Normally, if you are tested, you are given a room, a computer, and a typed test. And, this was for a low level, low paying position."
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Actually this is a norm in this industry with any airline; namely a pricing to RM position. They dont necessary want to see if the answer is right, they just want to know your though process in figuring out the question and how well you did under pressure.
- Anonymous on Jun 12, 2014 Flag Response

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