I applied through college or university and the process took 3 months - interviewed at National Instruments in January 2012.
Interview Details – The recruiter was very friendly and asked basic behavioral questions to see what marketing department I would fit in well.
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I applied through college or university and the process took 6 weeks - interviewed at National Instruments in November 2011.
Interview Details – There is one person that interviews you. My lady was very nice and comfortable. They ask you about 5 open ended questions on top of the general (are you able to work a minimum amount of hours, what is your GPA, etc.) questions. They want to know a lot about how you work on teams and a time that you have gone the extra mile. There are more questions than you would expect so be sure to spread out your top interview pieces. They are very friendly and relaxing. I had to apply, get a request for a one-on-one interview, interview, and then receive their decision two weeks later. It took about 6 weeks for all of this to be done, but it depends on when you apply. Good luck!
There is absolutely no work in company , so you can do whatever you want and nobody is going to ask you . you sit for an year and do nothing.
work life balance is all you got in this company , can go for higher studies. almost a third of the entire… – Full Review
NI employees enjoy a work environment framed more by guidelines rather than hard and fast rules; an outstanding, multifaceted compensation and benefits package; and access to tools and resources equipping them to drive… — Full Overview
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