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Questions about Interviews

Veteran

Ben Diamond San Antonio, TX

Meaningful corporate research to prepare for a job interview

I'm interested to hear your tips on how to assess the strategic imperatives, operational approach, and technical underpinnings of a company. In other words, how...

2 years ago Interviews 12 answers

Veteran

Kamran Forghani Laguna Niguel, CA

Investor Relations Interview for a real estate technology company

Hi, friends. Last week I interviewed with a successful CEO for investors relations role. During the interview, I learned that one of the company's current...

2 years ago Interviews 5 answers

Veteran

Kamran Forghani Laguna Niguel, CA

Telephone Interview with CEO

This Friday I interview with the CEO of technology real estate company, which received $35M in Series B funding. My role would be Investor Relations...

2 years ago Interviews 4 answers

Veteran

Kamran Forghani Laguna Niguel, CA

This Friday (1/27) I will be interviewing a company and would like to ask the two managers who I will be interviewing with how they support the development and advance of my career with the company. Any suggestions and ideas would be greatly appreciated.

This Friday (1/27) I will be interviewing with a company and would like to ask the two managers who I will be interviewing with how they...

2 years ago Interviews 4 answers

Veteran

Richard Gummere Terre Haute, IN

I will be interviewing for an aircraft mechanic position soon and have been told that it is better to dress for the interview in a suit and tie, but instead in more "field related" attire such as a Carhartt or Dickies work uniform. Any guidance is appreciated.

I have heard that wearing the traditional interview suit was considered overdressed for interviews in the mechanical field.

2 years ago Interviews 19 answers

Veteran

Patrick OBrien Cincinnati, OH

How do you answer an interview question about being fired

Ive been fired from my last job and want to know how to answer that as an interview question or a pre interview questioning about...

2 years ago Interviews 10 answers

Veteran

Sergey Onokhin Beverly, MA

How can I better prepare for an interview?

I am going to be graduating this December, with a BS in Finance, and I am interviewing with a couple firms. I landed an interview...

2 years ago Interviews 7 answers

Advisor

ralph wallmeier Fortville, IN

Portfolio Reviews & Feedback for Veterans

I would be willing to conduct informal "Portfolio Reviews" for Vets who are looking to break into the Graphic Design World. I can supply constrictive...

2 years ago Interviews 0 answers

Veteran

Dan E New York, NY

Does anyone have experience with JP Morgan's Military Veterans Experience and Interviews process? I was just selected but would like to learn more about the program from someone who has been through it if possible.

Please note, this differs from their Military Veterans Integration Program which is geared towards college graduates. I am still a Junior.

2 years ago Interviews 1 answer

Veteran

Erik S. Schlacter Jersey City, NJ

What is a Grunt to do?

For those who are in the infantry and are looking to start a career in corporate America, what kind of advice would you give a...

2 years ago Interviews 8 answers

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