Don't be shy to talk pay. Once you get in the door the chance of a raise is slim to none.
Ask to speak with someone who currently works in the position you're interviewing for.
Don't, you don't want to work there - they will tell you whatever you want to hear just to get a body in the seat then fire you if you don't do everything perfect, even with little to no training.
Make sure you get they pay u deserve because they will over work you with low pay
Answered - A/R Specialist (Current Employee) - Hazelwood, MO
Prepare to be tested.
Answered - Application Developer - consultant (Current Employee) - Rocky Hill, CT
Be sure to ask what training will be provided
Have a great attitude at helping clients who are totally dependent of others. positive team player
Answered - Funding Coordinator (Former Employee) - Beaumont, TX
You're walkling on eggshells the whole time.
Answered - Service Technician (Former Employee) - Cincinnati, OH