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Jan. 28, 2022, 4:21 p.m. | /u/Swan_233

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It’s becoming more and more common to have 5-6 rounds of screening, coding test, case studies, and multiple rounds of panel interviews. Lots of ‘got you’ type of questions like ‘estimate the number of cows in the country’ because my ability to estimate farm life is relevant how?

l had a company that even asked me to put together a PowerPoint presentation using actual company data and which point I said no after the recruiter told me the typical candidate …

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