Does getting an interview mean you pass the ‘pre-screening’ and have what is required for the job?
Asked by: megan
I applied to one of my dream jobs about two weeks ago, despite the fact that I did not think I would get it. (You needed a Bachelors in Human Services or closely related field, I had a Bachelors in Criminal Justice. You also needed experience with social work, aside from being an Resident Assistant at College and interning for three months at a mental health group home, I have none.) Yet, I was called a few days later to schedule an interview. I went in and I got a second interview. I am waiting to hear back from them now, they said they will call me by tomorrow and let me know.
Does getting the opportunity to interview mean that you have the basics of what they are looking for? I want this job so badly!
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