Getting an Interview
Getting an Interview
Interviews for Top Jobs at New York Life
- Insurance Agent (81)
- Financial Advisor (57)
- Agent (57)
- Insurance Sales Agent (56)
- Financial Services Professional (53)
- Sales Agent (51)
- Intern (25)
- Financial Services Representative (21)
- Life Insurance Agent (16)
- Actuarial (15)
- Actuarial Intern (14)
- Customer Service Representative (10)
- Financial Representative (5)
- New York Life Agent (4)
- Business Analyst (3)
- Registered Representative (3)
- Finance (3)
- Sales (3)
- Financial Planner (3)
- Financial Professional (2)
- Recruiter (2)
- Actuarial Assistant (2)
- Director (2)
- Financial Service Professional (2)
- Service Assistant (2)
- Case Analyst (2)
- Associate (2)
- Account Manager (2)
- Administrative Assistant (2)
- Actuary (2)
New York Life Agent Interview
I applied through an employee referral. The process took 6 days. I interviewed at New York Life (San Francisco, CA) in March 2014.
I received a phone call from a recruiter being referred by an employee that I met long ago in one of the networking events that I participated in. We talked and I expressed interest in learning more about this opportunity, then an interview was scheduled. On the interview day, I arrived on-time for the appointment. The branch was inside one of the downtown high rise buildings where they occupied the whole floor in a professional corporate working environment that required security clearance and receptionist in the front. I waited a little for the recruiter to come pick me up for the interview after checking-in with the receptionist. Once the recruiter picked me, we talked getting to know each other. A presentation was then demonstrated, and you can stop for question at any time. I asked a lot of questions pertains to the company, position, and support program provided. Process was explained in detail and open to questions. After the interview, I was asked to take an computerized personality assessment test before leaving to see if I was an ideal candidate. Result came out and advised by recruiter the same afternoon. There are total of 3 interviews screening process. Interview #1. Initial recruiting process. Recruiter getting to know you and brief you with presentation. Passing assessment test result required in order to move to #2. Interview #2. In-depth interview on a 2 ways street. Interview #3. Final interview, response only.
Other Interview Reviews for New York Life
New York Life Agent InterviewNo OfferPositive ExperienceAverage Interview
I applied online. I interviewed at New York Life in September 2013.
Saw my resume on a job site. Contacted me by email. They were enthusiastic to meet me. Several interview rounds. Very professional but serious about who they want on there team.
- What can I bring to the company? Answer Question
New York Life Agent InterviewDeclined OfferNegative ExperienceEasy Interview
I applied through college or university. The process took a week. I interviewed at New York Life (Los Angeles, CA) in March 2013.
Attended an industry highlight panel though my schools OCR. Panel was just on insurance and each company was selling it's key points. Rather boring but I networked with the New York representative and found him very interesting. I contacted him later via email to thank him for his time and he invited me in for an interview. Strictly getting to know you, No real behavioral situations. Just a chat. Accepted the offer and interned over the summer. Terrible experience though. Maybe life insurance just isn't for me.
- When can you start. Don't get suckered into "immediately." Your decision can be wrong if rushed like mine was. Answer Question
Reasons for Declining
Started it but the work was all based on what you wanted out of it. Building your own network as opposed to learning skills.
New York Life Agent InterviewAccepted OfferPositive ExperienceAverage Interview
I applied through an employee referral. The process took 2 weeks. I interviewed at New York Life (New York, NY) in September 2011.
Initially there was a phone interview, then an in person interview followed by a computer test to determine if my personality would be a match to the position. There's also a very thorough background check. Simply put, they're trying to tell if you're an aggressive person who can think like a business owner, not an employee.
- Hard to understand the compensation until you take the comp class. Then it becomes a little clearer. However I really only started to grasp out comp 6 months into it. But I'm happy!!! Fact is the initial compensation is complex only because newbies into the business are offered a lot of training bonuses since you're starting with zero business. Answer Question