IT Management: Apple, Google, Microsoft IT Job Applicants Tell All

 
 
By Don E. Sears  |  Posted 2010-10-25 Email Print this article Print
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
Preparing for a job interview with a technology firm is never an easy process. What kind of questions are going to be asked???íHow challenging will the interview questions be? How does one prepare to answer complex engineering, design, electrical or software-centric problem-solving questions simply while maintaining a professional and measured demeanor? No one should ever go into a job interview unprepared. Here, eWEEK and Glassdoor.com offer a look at real-world job interview ratings and data submitted from prospective workers at 12 of the top technology firms in the United States. This list includes Amazon, Apple, Facebook, Google, Intel, Microsoft and other large IT vendors. The information from these prospective employees includes: How difficult were the questions, and how positive or negative was the job interview experience at these companies? There is also a sampling of interesting, offbeat and unpredictable job interview questions that were asked. Finally, Glassdoor looked at which company was the most difficult job interview and which company did prospective new hires have the best interview experience. For more information on real job interview questions from a pool of companies, take a look at Glassdoor's interview section.
 
 
 

Apple, Google, Microsoft IT Job Applicants Tell All

by Don E. Sears
Apple, Google, Microsoft IT Job Applicants Tell All
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 

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