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- Comp & Benefits
- Work/Life Balance
- Senior Management
- Culture & Values
- Career Opportunities
I have been working at IMF full-time for more than a yearPros
-Tons of learning/training opportunities
-No room for advancement when coming in at assistant level
-Job responsibilities always changing so you may end up doing the work of senior officers, but remain compensated at your regular rate and when positions open for the job at which you have been taking responsibility for bureaucracy steps in and tells you you aren't qualified.
-Ageism is a daily issue, not a very accommodating place of work for anyone outside of the Baby Boomers group (e.g. Gen X and Millennials)Advice to ManagementAdvice
-Increase opportunities for mobility for lower level staff!
-Acknowledge that Gen Y is becoming the new face of the IMF and incorporate opportunities for them to contribute and be heard. End ageism.
-Provide more transparency between staff/contractuals and managementRecommendsNeutral OutlookApproves of CEO
Getting an Interview
Getting an Interview
- Application Details
I applied online. The process took 4+ weeks - interviewed at IMF.Interview Details
The panel interview was not challenging. First they briefly explained the structure of IMF and the job responsibility. Then asked basic questions about international finance. The HR asked questions about the career path and some behavioral questions. Finally, there was an Excel test, focusing on the international finance theories instead the manipulation of Excel. Interviewers were very nice.Interview Questions
No OfferNeutral ExperienceAverage Interview
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The International Monetary Fund (IMF) is an organization of 187 countries dedicated to promoting global monetary cooperation and the health and stability of the international financial system. Each member of the IMF contributes through the payment of quotas, ($353 billion in 2009) which reflect that country's size in the world economy and determine its voting power (the US has a 17% voting stake). The IMF supports worldwide economic growth by granting loans and technical assistance to countries in need. The IMF and sister institution the World Bank were formed by...