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I worked at Arbitron part-time (More than 3 years)
Communicated with people throughout the United States, great working environment, productive work ethics, and able to reach my daily goals.
Working part-time and no overtime became a disadvantage and bonus structure was changed continuously.
Getting an Interview
Getting an Interview
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I applied online. The process took 4 days. I interviewed at Arbitron (Columbia, MD) in August 2015.
After I sent in my resume I received a call from the Manager of Arbitron's Encoding Operation's department, and we conducted an over the phone interview. At the end of our conversation he asked me to come in to interview for the position. The interview went very well; this gentleman was very down to earth and I felt comfortable. He made it clear that everyone has a certain amount of work expected of them, and people either are successful or they are not. He said it was nothing personal but he had high hopes for me and didn't think I would have any issues. Lastly I had to interview with his boss before I was offered the job. They offered me $40,000 salary for the year which slightly discouraged me because I had been making $45,000 at my previous employer (Atlantic Video Inc.) which was a production house in the District of Columbia. Arbitron said they could not match a yearly salary of $45,000, but they generously gave me a $2,500 signing bonus. They were formal as was I, but also friendly. Working for that company was one of the best decisions of my life because of how much I learned. I never had an issue with any employee, and I could honestly say that I looked forward to going to work each day because I liked what I did and who I worked with.
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Arbitron watches radio listeners. The top provider of radio station audience ratings in the US, Arbitron surveys radio listeners in hundreds of local markets throughout the country. Its survey reports measure not only what stations people are listening to but also demographic information about those listeners, including income, lifestyles, and shopping habits. Thousands of radio stations and advertising agencies subscribe to Arbitron's services. In addition to radio ratings data, Arbitron offers market research for cable TV, Internet, and outdoor advertising ...