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Fragen in Vorstellungsgesprächen bei T-Systems für Data Analyst

Vorstellungsgespräche bei T-Systems

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Data Analyst-Vorstellungsgespräch

Anonymer Bewerber im Vorstellungsgespräch in Pune (Indien)
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Ich habe mich über eine Vermittlungsagentur beworben. Der Vorgang dauerte 1 Tag. Vorstellungsgespräch absolviert im Dezember 2019 bei T-Systems (Pune (Indien)).

Vorstellungsgespräch

It's a scam/fake interview.
You'll be asked to wait outside the interview room for 5-6 hours, along with 100 candidates for the interview. I checked in at around 11 am, left the premises around 5 pm.

Designation and role will not be explained clearly to you on purpose. You might receive a mail stating immediate hiring for Data analyst/Data Specialist/Data <some fancy title> with skills required in Python/R and SQL.

A little about me, I am a skilled data analyst with a stronghold in Python and R programming, I can create Tableau dashboards and R-shiny dashboards in minutes and derive good insights from data, in terms of domain knowledge I have worked in Finance and E-commerce previously.
During the waiting time, I was getting tensed because of the 100 candidates competition and revised all graphs, some parameters revision and tricky logical questions that are asked in data Analyst interviews, ONLY TO FIND that...
NONE OF THAT MATTERED.
My interview got over in 6 minutes because they did not want data analysts, they wanted some data entry guy who can create one column in Excel, label it "Productivity" and show percentage on that column and I Kid you not!!!
When he asked "tell me something about yourself and work you have done", I answered and explained the projects I have worked on, how I break a business problem, assess the data requirements and how Step by step, part by part draw insights and finally, derive at a conclusion.

interviewer mumbled some words then, " umm...Productivity....computers .uhh...ummm..increase 20%", I politely asked him to repeat the question, because I couldn't understand what he was asking. So I inferred maybe this is an IT operations question, so I articulated the steps I'll take to investigate the issue using data, maybe use time series analysis to detect anomalous-like action in usage with time or maybe data redundancy is costing company storage space.

He then again asked the question in a mumbled manner, so I rephrased my answer with a few more technical details of how to manage and solve productivity issues, introduced a few KPIs into the answer as well.
He seemed happy (In my head I was confused as to what was this guy is really asking, I mean who repeats a question to make it sound vaguer than before?)
Then, he asked something on a tool no one has heard before, some collosium and added the word analytics next to it.
"Collozium analytics", So I was ready to learn this unheard tool. But he just smiled and asked me to meet the HR.

The HR called out my name, and I was Rejected. I politely asked why, because for me I was prepared for the REAL data analyst interview with coding skills and business problem-solving skills.
They didn't answer and very QUICKLY showed me the way to the exit.

Later it dawned upon me, the people who were from good companies and knew the stuff related to Data Analysis very well, were all rejected. (The ones who went before me.)
(When you are waiting for 5 hours for an interview, you start talking to people around and understand their background and interest in the field, so that's how I know who got selected and who didn't)

This was absolute nonsense of an interview and I advise anyone getting a mail/call from them for Data Analyst role, be prepared for this monkey-confused-like scenario in the interview process.

Fragen im Vorstellungsgespräch

  • Q: How will you show the productivity of computers? Increase it by 20%
    Q: Use coulosal tool to analyze productivity...umm....uhhh....productivity...umm..err 20%   1 Antwort

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    Data Analyst-Vorstellungsgespräch

    Anonymer Bewerber im Vorstellungsgespräch in Bengaluru (Indien)
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    Negative Erfahrung
    Leichtes Gespräch

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    Ich habe mich online beworben. Vorstellungsgespräch absolviert im Juli 2019 bei T-Systems (Bengaluru (Indien)).

    Vorstellungsgespräch

    It was very easy as the interviewer were beginners. It was focussed on NLP and only basic questions were asked. It started with a telephonic discussion with the HR and the next step was a technical interview with a group of 2 people.

    Fragen im Vorstellungsgespräch


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