AutoTrader.com Interview Questions.

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It's always hard to know what to expect when going in for that interview -- and preparation can make all the difference. What is the interview process like at AutoTrader.com?

Any advice on striking the right note?

terabaap in Alpharetta, Georgia

94 months ago

Yeah. How about "Please tell me about yourself?". LOL

Supraguy23 in Atlanta, Georgia

82 months ago

I have had a interview with Autotrader and they surely do NOT ask "please tell me about yourself"? They won't ask any questions that have anything to do with the job. They can't get in detail because you might know what your talking about and then you could make them look stupid. I speak from experience when I say that Autotrader has lack of experience workers who half of the time have no idea what they are doing. If you pursue a job with autotrader please remember it's (ALL WHO YOU KNOW WITH THIS COMPANY AND NOTHING ELSE) enough said.

tarsko in Atlata, Georgia

82 months ago

ALL WHO YOU KNOW WITH THIS COMPANY AND NOTHING ELSE

You got that right. Autotrader.com has a divisional manager who only has a GED for heavens sake.

jaw0208 in Los Angeles, California

80 months ago

tarsko in Atlata, Georgia said: ALL WHO YOU KNOW WITH THIS COMPANY AND NOTHING ELSE

You got that right. Autotrader.com has a divisional manager who only has a GED for heavens sake.

I must know who Div Manager is with the GED. I have a pretty good idea.

undertrader in Atlanta, Georgia

77 months ago

jaw0208 in Los Angeles, California said: I must know who Div Manager is with the GED. I have a pretty good idea.

please reveal. I used to work there and would like to know !

ravenwolven in Tampa, Florida

74 months ago

LOL, one of the editors doesn't even have a driver's license. As someone who is THAT unfamiliar with cars, you can certainly tell in the editorial that they write.

So, what I'm saying is all you need is a good line of BS and no scruples preventing you from using it in abundance and you'll go far at AT.

If you're interviewing for a job, entertain the idea of having a contract written up. Then again, they probably won't hire you...which is not necessarily a bad thing.

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