Building is the way to land a job at Facebook, especially engineers who like to build projects on their own and have cool working products or apps they can show off! If someone builds a unique application and/or solves a problem in a way that hasn’t been done before, its going to get Facebook’s attention.
LinkedIn currently has nearly 200 open positions that run the gamut, but there are two areas where LinkedIn is making the biggest push: R&D and sales. On the research and development side, engineering, product development and data scientist roles are hot right now. Whether you specialize in web development, database engineering, building mobile applications or manipulating data to solve hard problems, there’s probably a development job that fits your niche. On the sales side, LinkedIn is hiring at all levels across Asia, Europe and the United States.
Google’s interviewing process begins with a phone interview, sometimes stretching into several phone calls. Successful candidates are then invited on-site for a set of interviews with four to five members of the group they’re applying to join. Google’s interviewing style is different from most other companies, in which applicants come in and present their resume and experience. That’s part of the interview process at Google, Power says, but applicants should expect to have a more open dialogue about the company and its future, and to engage in intellectual debates that will illustrate their problem-solving abilities.
One of the highlights of your Bain career will be your ability to have a personal impact on an organization’s success. Working alongside CEOs of major companies, you’ll be expected to shape the landscape of the industry. Teamwork is key to our success and the support you receive from your case teams will encourage your personal achievement. Personal impact, mentoring, and teamwork are just a few of the benefits of building a career at Bain.
It’s pretty obvious the cloud computing/ Salesforce space is exploding right now, and finding quality Admins is at the top of the list for many companies. So the key here isn’t to fit in, but to stand out. Making your resume, interview, and overall interaction with the prospective employer needs to be memorable - not forgettable
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