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9-11 per day M-F

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Straight forward, direct questions and full explanation of expectations and what you will be doing

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Great place to work, fun environment, low pay

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The hours are flexible

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Great. Work was physical and I enjoyed interacting with students and professors.

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To help improve the payroll department for another company...be an asset that would promote teamwork and goal oriented.

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There is no rhyme or reason to how hiring decisions are made. Every school within the University does things their own way, but one thing remains constant: Hiring is a slow process.

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I was successful interviewing for positions because I had existing relationships and work history for the roles I was pursuing. Unlike other applicants I already knew what the roles entailed and was seen as a logical fit. Many applicants from outside the University did not get attention because their application made it seem that they didn't understand what the job was that they were applying for.

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The future of the UTD TV is definitely bright as more and more students grow aware of the opportunities that lie there.

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Make sure to do your homework and ask pertinent questions. The hiring process is long.

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