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Toyota President and Representative Director Akio Toyoda
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    Former Employee - Sales  in  Logan, UT
    Former Employee - Sales in Logan, UT

    I worked at Toyota full-time for more than 8 years


    Great income, fun at times!


    Long hrs, Weekends, Holidays gets a little old.

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Toyota Interviews

Updated Aug 26, 2014
Updated Aug 26, 2014

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    Co-Op Interview

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    I applied through an employee referral. The process took 2 weeks - interviewed at Toyota.

    Interview Details

    I was lucky to hear from my university about a co-op/internship opportunity at Toyota, so I jumped at the chance. Even though I was younger than what the employers expected (I was 19 and in undergrad), I got an interview nonetheless. During my first phone interview the interviewer asked me 3 very simple behavioral STARs questions: 1) Give me an example of a time you had to make a difficult decision, 2) Why do you want to work at Toyota, 3) What was one time you had a leadership role in something. It lasted a total of 15 minutes and then we scheduled a time for my second interview. The interviewer was very nice and calming, but it was a bit odd that she kept on forgetting my major and kept asking if I was getting my phD. My second phone interview was with 3 people of managerial positions. They were great and all introduced themselves and their work experiences. My entire interview consisted of me explaining every point of my resume in detail and it lasted a very long time-an hour and half. At the end I didn't get the position for that semester, but they did offer me an opportunity for the next semester. I didn't take it.

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    • They asked me very specific questions about my previous research experience during my second interview--such as specific measurement scales and the like.   Answer Question
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America's Top Corporations for Multicultural Business Opportunities,, 2012
Global 100 Most Sustainable Corporations List, Corporate Knights, 2010
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Headquarters Toyota, Japan
Size 5000+ Employees
Founded Unknown
Type Company - Public (TM)
Industry Manufacturing
Revenue $10+ billion (USD) per year

Toyota Motor, the world's largest automotive manufacturer (overtaking GM in 2008), designs and manufactures a diverse product line-up that ranges from subcompacts to luxury and sports vehicles to SUVs, trucks, minivans, and buses. Its vehicles are produced either with combustion or hybrid engines, as with the Prius. Toyota's subsidiaries also manufacture vehicles: Daihatsu Motor produces mini-vehicles, while Hino Motors produces trucks and buses. Additionally, Toyota makes automotive parts for its own use and for sale to others. Popular models include the Camry, Corolla... More

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