Questions and Answers about University of North Texas

Here's what people have asked and answered about working for and interviewing at University of North Texas.

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What tips or advice would you give to someone interviewing at University of North Texas?

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The advice I would give to someone interviewing at the University of North Texas is that avoiding having eye contact with people and trying to listen closely about what supervisors and customers want.

Answered - Teaching Assistant (Former Employee) - Denton, TX

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Know your employer/interviewer and be familiar with the university.

Answered - Adjunct Instructor (Current Employee) - Denton, TX

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Be yourself and have a masters degree

Answered - Director, Resident Hall (Former Employee) - Denton, TX

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Be yourself and let them know what your goals are and they will do their best to help you achieve that goal and support you.

Answered - Office Assistant (Former Employee) - Denton, TX

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Strong knowledge of subject

Answered - Research Assistant, Data Analysis (Current Employee) - Denton, TX

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