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Very flexible hours, but not a full time job for the most part. Some Saturdays are required, but your evenings are free.

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I worked as an test administration for Pearson for 3 years. I left because my hours were cut from 20-28 hours per week to 7 hours a week while my Coworkers hours increased to 30 hours per week. I had seniority over all staff members including the new manager (3rd manager since I’ve been employed).

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The interview process is long and not organized. It took nearly two months to hear back for a phone interview than another two weeks to get an in person interview. I completed two interviews and I'm still waiting to hear back from them and it been over 2 weeks. It seems to be a common practice to leave potential employees in limbo in regards to their consideration for jobs at least according to glassdoor. I suggest following up constantly in order to get through their interview process.

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Can you use computer, do you have college egree

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None for temps

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Pearson themselves does not. They are the wesbsites for colleges and universities to use for online schooling.

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Deskside support not able to work from home . Need hands on hardware

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I was interviewed many years ago and the process has changed so much that I don't feel qualified to answer

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Depends on how long you have been there. You get 4 sick days then it starts taking vacation days. Vacation days also depends on how long you have been there

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General overview of experience , your knowledge, customer service.

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