Very Easy Interview
I applied online and the process took a day - interviewed at University of British Columbia in March 2011.
Interview Details – Basically, you get scheduled for an interview, then you show up and find out that it's a group interview with 5-10 other people. In the interview, the group asks questions as you try to stand out. Then the manager will call you in one by one to give you the results. It is pretty clear that some people don't stand out and they get the job anyways (they'll hire about 90% of all people). For those that don't get hired, it almost feels fake like they were paid to be there so it seems like not everyone gets the job but don't really know if that is really the case although many have said that is the case.
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