Verizon Interview Questions

28 total interview insight submissions
Interview Experience (98%)

The Interview Experience is a score from 1 star (very negative) to 5 stars (very positive) generated based on the Interview Insights at this company.

The number you see in the middle of the doughnut pie chart is the simple average of these scores. If you hover over the various sections of the donut, you will see the % breakdown of each score given.

The percentile score in the title is calculated across the entire Company Database and uses an adjusted score based on Bayesian Estimates (to account for companies that have few interview insights). Simply put, as a company gets more reviews, the confidence of a "true score" increases so it is pulled closer to its simple average and away from the average of the entire dataset.

4
  • Very Negative
  • Negative
  • Neutral
  • Positive
  • Very Positive
Interview Difficulty (55%)

The Interview Difficulty is a score ranging from very difficult (red) to very easy (green) generated based on the Interview Insights at this company.

The number you see in the middle of the doughnut pie chart is the simple average of these scores. The higher the number, the more difficult the interviews on average. If you hover over the various sections of the doughnut, you will see the % breakdown of each score given.

The percentile score in the title is calculated across the entire Company Database and uses an adjusted score based on Bayesian Estimates (to account for companies that have few interview insights). Simply put, as a company gets more insights, the confidence of a "true score" increases so it is pulled closer to its simple average and away from the average of the entire data set.

2.2
  • Very Easy
  • Easy
  • Average
  • Difficult
  • Very Difficult
% Interns - FT Offers (94%)

The % of Interns Getting a Full Time Offer chart is meant to provide a realistic estimate of the hiring practices of the company based on the reviews at this company.

The number you see in the middle of the doughnut pie chart is the simple average of these scores. If you hover over the various sections of the doughnut, you will see the % breakdown of each score given.

The percentile score in the title is calculated across the entire Company Database and uses an adjusted score based on Bayesian Estimates (to account for companies that have few reviews). Simply put, as a company gets more reviews, the confidence of a "true score" increases so it is pulled closer to the simple company average and away from the average of the entire data set.

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Interviews at Verizon

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Job Title
Group/Division
Location
Experience
Difficulty
2nd Year Analyst
Year 2022
Job Title 2nd Year Analyst
Group/Division N/A
Location Pittsburgh
Experience Positive
Difficulty Easy
Director
Year 2019
Job Title Director
Group/Division Finance
Location Basking Ridge
Experience Neutral
Difficulty Average
Intern
Year 2021
Job Title Intern
Group/Division Strategy
Location Basking Ridge
Experience Very Positive
Difficulty Easy
Intern
Year 2021
Job Title Intern
Group/Division Financial Sponsors
Location Basking Ridge
Experience Neutral
Difficulty Easy
1st Year Analyst
Year 2020
Job Title 1st Year Analyst
Group/Division Technology, Media and Telecom (TMT)
Location New York
Experience Positive
Difficulty Easy
Intern
Year 2016
Job Title Intern
Group/Division Corporate Finance
Location Basking Ridge
Experience Positive
Difficulty Easy
Intern
Year 2016
Job Title Intern
Group/Division Corporate Finance
Location Lake Mary
Experience Positive
Difficulty Easy
Intern
Year 2016
Job Title Intern
Group/Division Corporate Finance
Location Baking Ridge
Experience Very Positive
Difficulty Easy
Intern
Year 2017
Job Title Intern
Group/Division Corporate Finance
Location Basking Ridge
Experience Neutral
Difficulty Easy
Intern
Year 2018
Job Title Intern
Group/Division Corporate Finance
Location Basking Ridge
Experience Positive
Difficulty Very Easy

Interview Questions & Answers - Verizon Examples

analyst intern Interview

Anonymous interview candidate in Pittsburgh
Interviewed: March 2022
Outcome
Declined Offer
Interview Source
Applied Online
Length of Process
Less than 1 month
Application
1 on 1 Interview
Interview
After applying I received an email reaching out to schedule an interview. The interview was on microsoft team and consisted of 30 minutes of behavioral and personal questions. The questions included explaining my resume, what I know about crown castle, my microsoft proficiency. Behavioral questions included things like what was a trouble I faced when working on a project and how did deal with it.
Interview Questions
How did you handle issues when completing projects for classes?, Can you go over your resume?, What are your strengths, and weaknesses?, What is the toughest phone call you received?

Mgr Enterprise Sales Operations Interview - Finance

Anonymous interview candidate in Basking Ridge
Interviewed: June 2019
Outcome
No Offer
Interview Source
Employee Referral
Length of Process
1-2 months
Application
Phone Interview
1 on 1 Interview
Interview
Applied via linkedin. First interview was a zoom call, then in person interview in Basking Ridge, NJ w/ hiring manager.
Interview Questions
Questions seemed canned/preplanned. Interviewer was typing as I was answering questions. Standard questions such as provide an example of where you had to overcome adversity.

Strategy Intern Interview - Strategy

Anonymous employee in Basking Ridge
Interviewed: March 2021
Outcome
Accepted Offer
Interview Source
Applied Online
Length of Process
Less than 1 month
Application
Group Interview
Skills Test
Personality Test
Other
Interview
Applied via the company website. First had to complete a personality and skills test. After that I had to compete a hirevue with 8-9 questions. About 2 weeks later I was contacted by HR to set up a panel interview
Interview Questions
Where do you see the industry going in the next 12-24 months

Finance leadership development program Interview - Financial Sponsors

Anonymous interview candidate in Basking Ridge
Interviewed: January 2021
Outcome
No Offer
Interview Source
College / University / On Campus Recruiting
Length of Process
Less than 1 month
Application
Phone Interview
IQ / Intelligence Test
Interview
Had a 25 minute multiple choice interview behavioral questions, followed by a phone call interview by a recruiter with simple behavioral questions.
Interview Questions
Tell me your biggest strength or weakness?, Walk me through your resume?

Analyst Interview - Technology, Media and Telecom (TMT)

Anonymous interview candidate in New York
Interviewed: January 2020
Outcome
Declined Offer
Interview Source
Employee Referral
Length of Process
Less than 1 month
Application
Phone Interview
Skills Test
Background Check
Interview
Very quick and painless... involved a few individual phone calls with junior memebers of the team and within a week, got called into the office to speak with two directors.
Interview Questions
I got asked lots of interesting brain teasers that I've never heard of before. For instance, they asked me about differnt probabilities given different rolling outcomes, and it was pretty difficult on the spot. I also got grilled very heavily on my resume and had to walk through random lines and explain exactly what I did, what value I added, and what I can use from there at this new place. I had a few fit based questions as they asked me why their firm and they kept nodding after my answer like they were looking for more.

FLDP Intern Interview - Corporate Finance

Anonymous employee in Basking Ridge
Interviewed: October 2016
Outcome
Accepted Offer
Interview Source
Applied Online
Length of Process
1-2 months
Application
Phone Interview
1 on 1 Interview
Group Interview
Background Check
Interview
This interview was basically about seeing who you area, and so it started out with some 3rd party recruiting agency, then a final round at HQ
Interview Questions
I would say that there were not really any particularly difficult or unexpected interview questions asked of me. I would say that the questions they focused on were really all behavioral, and were questions like what are your greatest strengths, what are your greatest weaknesses, and other get-to-know-you questions. They really focused primarily on fit and did not ask any technical questions. It started out with the third-party recruiter where it wasn't very easy to get information about the program or internship out of them.

Verizon FLDP Intern Interview - Corporate Finance

Anonymous employee in Lake Mary
Interviewed: November 2016
Outcome
Accepted Offer
Interview Source
College / University / On Campus Recruiting
Length of Process
1-2 months
Application
1 on 1 Interview
Interview
I had two phone interviews and then was flown up for a super day where I had two one on one interviews and a group interview.
Interview Questions
I don’t think that anything was too unexpected during the course of the interview. All of the one on one stuff was behavioral and really by the books. With that said, one of my interviewers dug really deep into how I balance work which is kind of strange. The group interview I knew was coming but I found it to be pretty bad. I don’t think that they work very well because everyone is just acting fake in order to look good for the people that interviewing them. I expected some accounting questions and got none.

FLDP Intern Interview - Corporate Finance

Anonymous employee in Baking Ridge
Interviewed: November 2016
Outcome
Accepted Offer
Interview Source
Applied Online
Length of Process
1-2 months
Application
Phone Interview
1 on 1 Interview
Group Interview
Background Check
Interview
It started with an interview through a third-party human resources firm. Then We were brought to Basking Ridge to have 2 interviews with finance staff, then we had a group interview for them to see how we would work in a group to solve a problem.
Interview Questions
I would say that there really weren't any difficult questions that they asked us. For the most part, they asked the standard behavioral questions like strengths, weaknesses, etc. As there were two 1-on-1 30 minute interviews, the interviewers' focused on different aspects. What did throw me off a bit was during the second interview when the interviewer asked me questions for the first 10-15 minutes, but then the entire rest of the interview was me asking him questions. The group interview was that we were given a prompt and a list of items and had to rank them in terms of importance based on the prompt.

Verizon Corporate Finance Interview - Corporate Finance

Anonymous employee in Basking Ridge
Interviewed: November 2017
Outcome
Accepted Offer
Interview Source
Applied Online
Length of Process
2-3 months
Application
Phone Interview
1 on 1 Interview
Group Interview
Interview
The first round was a phone interview that was conducted by HR. All behavioral. Heard back 2 weeks later and got invited to a superday. Mostly behavioral and a group case.
Interview Questions
most of the questions were very generic behavioral questions such as walk me through your resume. give me an example of a time.. worked on a team, displayed leadership, solved a problem, etc. one of the interviewers asked me if i had to do a ted talk, what would it be about. at first i kind of froze since i've never been asked this, but then I just opened up and talked about my biggest struggles. other than that all the questions were very straightforward. just make sure you know your resume and life experiences very well.

FLDP Interview - Corporate Finance

Anonymous interview candidate in Basking Ridge
Interviewed: February 2018
Outcome
No Offer
Interview Source
Applied Online
Length of Process
1-2 months
Application
Phone Interview
1 on 1 Interview
Group Interview
Interview
Applied on the verizon website, was called for a phone screen shortly after, and was invited to a super day.
Interview Questions
Was asked why, when i had a lot of M&A experience on my resume, I was applying for Verizon not Goldman Sachs and that really threw me off but I recovered quite nicely. The group part was a project where we had to use a scenario to rank items that we would need most and some of them were very debatable which made it crucial to work with your group well and not just argue. It was a very easy interview overall.
The other challenging question was "what is the worst part of this internship in your opinion?"