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This must be a number cruncher's dream job. The Bureau of Economic Analysis (BEA) produces statistics used by government, business, and the public to track the nation's economic performance. It collects data, conducts research and analysis, and ... Read more

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    I applied online. I interviewed at US Bureau of Economic Analysis (Suitland, MD) in September 2016.

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    I applied in March 2016 and received an offer to interview in September 2016. This is most likely due to some higher level hiring policy changes, but I had nearly forgotten what the position was when I was contacted for an interview. Interview itself was short. Only one round - in person with 3 hiring managers. They ask you a sheet of government questions in which you provide government answers. One of the hiring managers threw a curveball question in there which actually threw me off guard as I had grown used to the monotony of the questions. References were called a week or so later and an offer was received 2 weeks after that. A background check is required and that took about 4 weeks to get, with a start date set 2 weeks after that.

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