Weirdest thing that happened in a case interview? I had to clarify to an interviewee that the US wasn’t the country with the largest population...
How would you answer Peter Thiel's interview question “What important truth do very few people agree with you on?”
First interview after a really long time and i bombed it. Feeling horrible. Looking for some positivity
My last project and horrible leadership left me with PTSD. Anytime I need to talk about it (staffing interviews, performance, etc.), I get anxious all over again. Has anyone dealt with this before?
Serious question for those who grew up very rich: barring major family drama - what do you say when you are asked an interview question about a time you overcame adversity?
Me: this is the first time I’ve actually interviewed anyone. The interviewee: so I popped your interview cherry! Me: 😳
My fiancée’s cousin graduated undergrad last year and I just found out they aren’t applying for jobs because they want to “give themself a year” to relax. I can’t help but feel this is a bad move cont
Is it normal that companies ask for a (scrubbed) sample of your work (decks, project mgmt excel sheets, etc) in the final stages of the interview process? I’ve had two companies ask me for this
Tips on how to have a positive/confident mindset? I’m a high performer, but I mentally struggle with staying positive/not getting anxious in high stress situations (exec pres, interviews, etc.) ...
Currently have a good WLB with 30-40 hr weeks. Have an MBB interview scheduled. They’d probably give me only 20% bump as I’m already in top band. Is MBB worth the hype that I have to sacrifice my WLB?
Has your wife ever been jealous of your career success? Made it through final round interviews at two firms in the same week. Wife has been acting a bit weird since I told her. She first tried to ask
Them: I regret to inform you that you have not been selected for the interview. Me: YOU COULD’VE HAD A BAD BITCH😭😭😭
I had an interview at a company where there is only one person of colour and <5 women in leadership. CHRO is putting out fires and doesn’t have time to make it a top priority yet but wants to.
Doing my first case interview. I would greatly appreciate any tips/suggestions and prep/practice resources!
Have an MPH from a top school and 6 months consulting experience. Would it be difficult to get interviews with only 6 months experience? Which consulting positions to apply to with my background?
I had a mediocre background. I am not mediocre. I’ve never gotten past the background rounds. I’ve never gotten to solve a case in an interview setting. I know I would impress. How do I get there?
Can anyone tell me about Deloitte’s DCE departmental culture? I am interviewing with them so any insight is appreciate...
F24, at a T4. Great work life balance, ok salary, and an eventual exit to fin services. Interviewing for a T2 overseas, but is life really worth slaving away for? Was hoping to marry next year too..
If you are a generalist and not technical, how do you answer in an interview when someone asks about your areas of expertise?
To anyone that conducts interviews, if you like a candidate and definitely want to move forward, do you continue to “keep a straight face” and not directly tell them they will advance?
How do you answer “Tell me about yourself”...during an interview. I try to keep it short and sweet but end up rambling. Is there a certain format you use to keep your elevator pitch succinct?
How do you focus after an interview? I can’t stop thinking about it and second guessing my answers
Bad idea to send my background security form to the company I'm applying to with my company email? They said it needs to be encrypted and I have no other way of doing that...
How do you all recommend getting a referral to MBB and preparing for interviews? I’m looking at putting a serious effort into this as a potential lateral pre-mba hire.
Current client wants me to apply for a role within his company, and I’m considering it. However, is there a smart and tactful way to ask about pay before going down the path to applying / jumping...
I have a couple data science interviews coming up: my work has primarily been in analytics but mostly just cleaning and drawing insights...not predictive modeling. How can I prepare in 3 days?
Has anyone interviewed with a Big 4 and they offer you a lower position than your current applied for position? Why would they do that
Anyone else get really nervous for interviews? How do you deal with it? I know I’m qualified for the role. I feel confident I’d do well if given an offer. Just scared that I might fudge the interview.
Have a final round interview (apparently more like a coffee chat) for a commercial role in a PE fund, any good ideas of what qs I can and shouldn’t ask? Thanks in advance!
Starting a new consulting in a month, coming from a tech role where I dressed very casual, only business clothing I own is a single suit for interviews, any recs on where to stock up for cheap?