When you're interviewing for a job, how many different interviews do you generally have to go through?
February 8,2019 at 3:28PM UTC
I've been through some interview processes that entailed one interview, and some that entailed 6 - including a phone interview, then going to the office 4 different times to meet with 4 different people, and then going back to the office a 5th time to make a presentation to everyone I had met with. Because my experiences have varied so much, I have no idea what's normal or standard. I know it depends on what kind of role you're interviewing for, but curious as to what others have experienced in the interview process.
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