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Updated Jan 19, 2022

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Edward Jones

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Over zoom and over the phone very easy and carefree super nice people. Many of the questions where customer service related and how to handle difficult and stress full situations.

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  • How do you deal with difficult customers
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Edward Jones

Anonymous Interview Candidate

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Applied online and quickly received an invite to do an "on demand" interview, meaning a one-sided video recording. The questions asked were repetitive. After this, I received a request(requirement) to complete some forms online including information about last 10 years of work history, unemployment history, salary history, and references for all positions. The recruiter kindly explained that references wouldn't be called until after employment was accepted, and that I could place zeros instead of salary info if I wanted. Still, I withdrew my application at that time. I feel this is excessive and that salary history questions are discriminatory by nature. The 1-way video interview was already more than I would normally accept. Seems like poor hiring practices to ask for a couple hours of work and invasive information by the applicants before even speaking with a human.

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  • Tell me about a time you had to reach out to team members for assistance with a problem, and what you did with the help they provided.
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Edward Jones

Anonymous Interview Candidate

No Offer
Neutral Experience
Difficult Interview
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I interviewed at Edward Jones

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Really tough interview and would need to prepare well, was more restricted to technical questions and prior experience and how the scenarios were tackled. Questions were on ansible, python, node.js, monitoring tools such as splunk, grafana, dynatrace and other tools like jenkins and kubernetes and docker experience.

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  • Real life scenario to tackle production issues, what would be the process?
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Edward Jones

Anonymous Interview Candidate

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Negative Experience
Easy Interview
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I interviewed at Edward Jones

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Edward Jones makes you record a one-sided interview through Modern Hire, and just ask you to repeat all the information on your resume into a camera. It's a waste of time.

Interview Questions
  • "Please take a brief moment to provide an introduction focused on your career including one professional accomplishment." "Provide example of recent presentation where you provided insights based on your analysis, objectives of presentation. What was the outcome?" "Provide overview of your technical experience using analytic tools, data languages and visualization tools."
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Edward Jones

Anonymous Employee

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Positive Experience
Average Interview
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I applied online. The process took 4 days. I interviewed at Edward Jones

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It was truly an amazing experience and I was contacted back the same day. Many people have bad views in terms of the FA however those behind the scene such as the IT Tech have a bit of an easier position.

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Edward Jones

Anonymous Interview Candidate

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I applied online. I interviewed at Edward Jones

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After applying they send you an invitation do record a "video interview" which they estimate to take 50 minutes. This is just you reading text prompts then recording yourself. At the end your video will be sent to the hiring manager to look though and most likely not even have it get watched all the way. Not personal at all. No thanks, I value my time and I'm not a dancing monkey. After politely declining the video but welcoming a phone interview I didn't even hear back. Extremely lazy hiring management technique that won't attract the best talent but instead attract people desperate enough for a job to take a hit to their dignity. Make the hiring manager pre record a video on why he shouldn't get fired. Then don't watch it and fire him anyways.

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Edward Jones

Anonymous Interview Candidate

No Offer
Negative Experience
Average Interview
Application

I applied online. I interviewed at Edward Jones

Interview

I applied for an undergraduate internship, and less than 48 hours later, received an email asking for an on-demand interview. Then I was asked to fill out information on my financial history, if I'd ever been charged/convicted of a crime, and prior salaries. All went smoothly and quickly. I made it to the final round interview. The interview was bizarre. They asked a policy question and followup questions to "conflict at work" questions about my previous company that I found downright invasive. Things that I believe are obviously no one's business outside a company. Edward Jones, would you like your former employees answering the policy question I was asked? Would you like your former employees being asked followup questions about the intimate happenings of your company? These are not rhetorical questions. Use the response function to answer. I see you've claimed this page and are an "Engaged Employer." Not all students have worked in retail and can tell a "One time someone had broken shoes and tried to return them a day outside of the return policy, but the manager said no. It was sad they had broken shoes." story. Some students have worked for private companies in industries that don't appreciate indiscretion regarding their private dealings. Also, sometimes people feel a sense of loyalty or obligation and don't want to speak negatively, however mild, about a former employer. Needless to say, I didn't thoroughly answer the problematic questions and expected the "no." I'd proud of myself for sticking to my morals. Do better.

Interview Questions
  • -Name a policy at your previous company you didn't agree with.
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Edward Jones

Anonymous Employee

Accepted Offer
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Average Interview
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I interviewed at Edward Jones

Interview

Standard interview questions. One specifically was, “Tell me about a goal you set and how you achieved it.” Research the company and their core values to be familiar with it before the interview is helpful also.

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Edward Jones

Anonymous Employee

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I interviewed at Edward Jones

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It was quite possibly the hardest interview of my life. Met one on one with a successful advisor in another region and it lasted about an hour and a half.

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Edward Jones

Anonymous Interview Candidate in Saint Louis, MO

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Negative Experience
Average Interview
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The process took 3 weeks. I interviewed at Edward Jones (Saint Louis, MO)

Interview

I completed a recorded video interview for the position. It then took two weeks to schedule an interview with a panel of three people. They did not tell me who the three people were. After the panel interview a week had passed and I hadn't heard anything back. I finally reached out to the recruiter to get an update, at which point she informed me they went with another candidate. I sacrificed three weeks of my time for this position and they couldn't even spare a quick email letting me know I didn't get the position. It was an impersonal candidate experience from beginning to end.

Interview Questions
  • "Please take a brief moment to provide an introduction focused on your career including one professional accomplishment."
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