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324 questions about working at Indeed
The best way is to search our open jobs and apply at Make sure you find a job that matches your skills and experience as well as location. Questions about your application status? Email
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October 31, 2016
The questions asked will vary from team to team, but generally speaking, we want to hear about your background and work experience!
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December 28, 2020
This is a very personal question, but we offer a variety of perks and benefits for all Indeedians. Perks include:Open PTOInclusion Resource GroupsExcellent Work/Life balanceFlexible Work SchedulesParental leaveEmployee DevelopmentGOODdeedsCatered lunches (when in the office)Snacks (when in the office)Company Events and Happy Hours (when in the office)
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September 16, 2020
Our interview stages will vary depending on the role you are applying for. All roles will more than likely have 2+ stages which will be a phone screen followed by a Zoom/onsite interview.
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June 29, 2020
Annual pay increases typically happen at the start of each calendar year, with employees who consistently exceed their goals reviewed for level up.
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October 25, 2021
Think Out Loud — We want to hear your thought process. Throughout your interview,we will likely ask questions about why you did something. Don’t fret! Your thought processgives us valuable insight into how you solve problems and make decisions. If we movebeyond asking for clarity to challenging your idea, we’ll make that clear.Ask Questions — If you don’t understand a question, ask the interviewer to repeat it.If you still don’t understand, ask follow up questions to get to the root of what yourInterviewer is asking — we do this all the time so it’s good for you to practice!State Your Assumptions — Assumptions are useful to make while solving problems aslong as you make sure you call out what you know and what you’re assuming you know.In some instances, the interviewer will provide more clarity or propose making differentassumptions while solving the problem they’ve posed.Stay Calm and Positive — You might make a mistake! We make mistakes too. We’d ratheryou go back and correct your mistake than continue with something that isn’t what you fullyintended. Having the humility to acknowledge your mistakes and make necessary changesis an incredibly valuable skill.
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September 22, 2020
Difficult to say, as a typical day will vary from team to team! Check out our #insideindeed playlist on Youtube to learn more about the various teams and offices and what it's like to work there:
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September 22, 2020
This will vary from team to team, but we have a fairly flexible work policy.
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September 22, 2020
Hi there! We do offer internships and a number of graduate programmes in some of our offices. Please check out our university careers page to find out more! Thanks!
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November 4, 2019
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