Insurance Carriers Interview Questions

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Jul 20, 2014

Interview Question for Software/Systems Engineer I at USAA:

“What is your greatest weakness?”


Jul 20, 2014

Interview Question for Administrative Assistant at Turnkey Auto Group :

“There really were not any difficult questions”


Jul 20, 2014

Interview Question for Underwriter Trainee at GNY Insurance Companies:

“No real difficult questions. Expect behavioral questions.”


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Jul 20, 2014

Interview Question for Security Engineer at HMS Holdings:

“It will depend on the position interviewing for. We have several questions that I am not able to present here, but be prepared for procedural and technical questions.

 The questions are difficult…”


Jul 20, 2014

Interview Question for Management Position at American Income Life:

“What are three things that you would need this company to offer you if you were selected to work here?”


Jul 20, 2014

Interview Question for Specialty Pharmacy Technician at Cigna:

“A situation I had in the pharmacy and how I changed it from unfavorable to favorable?”


Jul 20, 2014

Interview Question for Claims Representative at State Farm:

“The 'quality of report compromised' question from the recruiter was awkward. I triple check things and keep copies to avoid issues with my work/assignments. I made this clear in my answer.”


Jul 19, 2014

Interview Question for Senior Customer Service Representative at UnitedHealth Group:

“Tell me about a project you had to complete and how did you deal with meeting the deadline.”


Jul 19, 2014

Interview Question for Data Analysis Architect at American Family Insurance:

“What would I say to CFO in 30 seconds? Hiring manager was seeking cookie-cutter response.”


Jul 19, 2014

Interview Question for Disability Benefits Specialist at Unum Group:

“All questions were behavioral-based. They are looking for very specific and real life examples in your answers. If your answer is too vague, they will ask you to specify again with specific examples.”