Questions and Answers about The New York Times

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I applied on line and was called the same day. A couple days later I went for an interview and was offered the job. Started training about 1 week later.

Answered - Retention Agent (Current Employee) - Altamonte Springs, FL

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Everyone's hiring experience might differ from the next. When going through a hiring agency, the process could be considered seamless. The interview is setup for you. Once the interview is conducted, in most cases, there is a waiting period. In my case, I was hired on the spot. A medical screening is conducted upon final job placement.

Answered - Advertising Account Managemnt (Former Employee) - New York, NY

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It takes about six months to one year to get hired at this company.

Answered - Sales Manager, Corporate Digital Solution (Current Employee) - Estero, FL

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Short process, its who ya know there

Answered - Managing Advertising (Former Employee) - New York, NY

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