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- Comp & Benefits
- Work/Life Balance
- Senior Management
- Culture & Values
- Career Opportunities
I worked at NBCUniversal as a contractor (more than a year)Pros
This is one of the best working environment I had been to. The people I had worked with were super team-oriented, helpful, honest, and talented! Even though I was just a contractor, they treated me like a full-time staff, and they let me to join the big group of brainstorm meetings. My Vice President, the design managers, the other interactive and visual designers, the project managers, and the IT guru of the team I worked with were very supportive. The days and nights working at NBC were tough, but I really really appreciated all of the great teammates I had worked with!Cons
Long hours. But it is very normal working in the entertainment and game industries and agencies.
Getting an Interview
Getting an Interview
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I applied online. The process took 5+ months – interviewed at NBCUniversal.Interview Details
I had a brief phone interview with basic questions about my GPA and background before a timed video interview that allowed a practice round before the answers were actually recorded. The questions were timed and the time varied by question, ranging from 30 seconds to 1:30. The questions from the practice round were the same as the real round, but the order varied.Interview Questions
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