Saying it over and over again might just get you elected President…
…and it might also sink your chances in finance interviews if you’re not properly prepared.
People like to claim that “interviews don’t change over time,” and that’s partially true.
But the recruiting process itself, interviewers’ expectations for you, and the way they evaluate you definitely change over time.
Of course, it’s not just the interviewer and the questions he/she asks that determine your fate – it’s also determined by the quality of other interviewees (your competition).
So to answer this question of how interviews have changed in the past 5 years, you need to look at how the recruiting process itself has changed, and how people themselves are changing and preparing differently.
What Is This Based On? How Do You Know This?