I had anxiety. Too much like a factory workers job. The traffic coming and leaving each day in the parking lot was too much to get use to.
Once application passes then you are asked to interview in person it was two interviewers that both asked questions. After interview you had to write your answer to a question that you where give.
There were 3 people in a tiny room. They all introduced themselves and one proceeded to give me full information about the job including what I could expect pay wise as well as maybe having to travel for training and also what population of people I would be working with if hired. I was asked was all those things acceptable and they began to ask questions. One by one they took turns asking questions, some make you really think - others are typical questions. The second interview was a phone interview with the same 3 people, only this time they each only asked 1 questions and they were indeed tough questions. At the first interview they will ask you to provide extra references in case they can’t reach the ones you have provided so be prepared for that. Some of the toughest questions for me were: do I consider myself successful and why and also if I could buy a skill that I don’t have what would it be. Also familiarize yourself with the content of the website because I was also asked a question from the website. Good Luck!
If you were in charge, what would you do to make State of South Carolina a better place to work?
Raise minimum wage and give felons a second chance at life by not allowing companies to hold their criminal history against but it is also depends on the type of jobs being applied for.
Make better programs for the younth to prepare them for a positive future.
If you are called for a second interview then most likely you are a top candidate. It is very similar to the first but may be with different personell such as hiring manager, Supervisor etx. Interview thoroughly as if it is your first. People often let their guards sown during the second interview. Be prepared to answer tougher questions.