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I applied through college or university and the process took 2 months - interviewed at UnitedHealth Group.

Interview Details – I met with a company representative at a college fair, briefly discussed my interest and the position, and left her with my resume. Within a week, I was contacted by a recruiter to set up a first-round interview, which was a forty-minute in-person panel interview with two potential supervisors. After about a week, I was contacted for a second-round interview divided into one-on-ones with two new people as well as one of the original interviewers. I later learned that this round of interviews was dedicated to determining personality fit; it was more informal, but also perhaps more in-depth and important. I received an offer a few weeks after the second round.

Interview Question – Lots of difficult/creative questions-- they were definitely trying to get away from canned responses to do real off-the-cuff behavioral based interviewing. The one that caught me most off guard was when I was asked point-blank if working at a large health insurance company would be too boring.   Answer Question

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