ReonBalisty wrote: »
Since my last posting of an update I have had a total of 5 interviews. All of which returned an email, not a call, saying that I did not get the job within 18 hours of the interview.
Spoke with a WGU career person yesterday (4/17/201 about everything that has happened over the last 2-3 years of searching for an IT entry level job. His thoughts were that my resume needed some tidying up, but if it was getting me into the door, "something" else was happening. I have given him all the questions I remember that were odd to ask for entry-level. We did discuss my answers in a mock-interview and he came to the conclusion that it may be the way I am wording certain answers to certain questions and I should just keep the answers fairly simplistic.
"What enterprise experience do you have with Active Directory?"
"What enterprise experience do you have with Citrix?"
Mind you these were asked of my late Feb 2018 in an interview for an "internship" for a local hospital.
My question, and hopefully someone here can answer, Why would you ask such questions during an interview for an Internship knowing the person probably has zero experience other than educational/simulated environment?