Most questions were from the client, they just parroted them off to me and I answered. The two I worked with had no clue what they were talking about (I understand that it was not their field of expertise). They asked a few boilerplate questions such as what would be your ideal job, what did you like and dislike about your past jobs, topics I've been hearing for decades.
Very strange questions, very demeaning
Would you rather make 70k and be comfortable or make 33K with room to grow?
What do you know about the company and the mortgage industry?
Why do you want to work here?
What are your strengths and weaknesses and give specific examples.
Where do you see yourself 5 years from now?
Answered - Final Policy Specialist (Former Employee) - Detroit, MI
What would you do if you experienced an electronic system with a particular type of malfunction?
Tell me about a time where you overcame adversity.
Why did you choose to get into the Technological Industry?
Answered - Team Lead/Debug Technician (Former Employee) - Austin, TX
Basic questions, hours, time of the day, what the job consisted of and what the hourly was
Answered - Inbound Customer Service Representative (Former Employee) - Pittsford NY
Was I qualified to do the work finish the task at hand.
Answered - Rough Carpenter (Former Employee) - Alameda, CA
How would i diag a laptop and fix it
Answered - Repair Technician (Current Employee) - Memphis, TN
Do you want to work?
What are your skills?
Answered - Solar Panel Installer (Current Employee) - San Diego, CA
What qualifications I have and what kind of job I would enjoy.