Development Editor Interview Questions

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5 Companies: 13 of 5

Cengage Learning Interviews

3 Development Editor Interview Questions and Reviews

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American Greetings Interviews

1 Development Editor Interview Question and Review

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Bedford/St. Martin's Interviews

1 Development Editor Interview Question and Review

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May 31, 2013

Interview Question for Anonymous at American Greetings:

“Give an example of a time when you had to use creativity to solve a problem.”


May 18, 2013

Interview Question for Anonymous at American Greetings:

“The most difficult/unexpected question I received was for me to describe my most successful team or teamwork endeavor in my previous work experience.”


Feb 24, 2013

Interview Question for Associate Development Editor at Cengage Learning:

“I was required to create a market development plan to achieve 100,000 customer touches of a specific technology product.”


Jan 9, 2013

Interview Question for Anonymous at Hands-On Labs:

“The most disappointing thing about the interview process was that the shallow professionalism the owners of this place demonstrated does not at all reflect the environment while actually working…”


Sep 18, 2012

Interview Question for Development Editor at Bedford/St. Martin's:

“The most difficult question was how I would handle difficult authors. I hadn't worked with any yet so I had to think of something on the spot.”


Aug 31, 2011

Interview Question for Anonymous at World Wildlife Fund:

“Would you be willing to take a significant pay cut to work here.”


Aug 31, 2011

Interview Question for Anonymous at World Wildlife Fund:

“How will you gather, edit, build, and post content from such a large variety of content providers without a solid style guide or content review process in place.”


Mar 3, 2011

Interview Question for Anonymous at Cengage Learning:

“Unexpected question: Is the commute going to be too far?”