s particular company in the industry then I would say probably not.
If they had indicated, that as soon as you have your license or proof of passing the exam in hand, please bring it to us so that we may begin to process your employment on-boarding paperwork it would be a different story.
All the best,
Denise K. White said:
I have a second interview I went on about a week ago. They basically asked me if I had gotten my insurance license yet. I got the impression they liked me but no offer was made. They just said they would not hire anyone without an insurance license. So no offer or even an idea if they want me to work for them. I did take the insurance test this week but was short a few answers of passing. So the questions for me are, "Do I take the test again?" It's not cheap for a test and license. "If I do, will they hire me?" "Is it worth the extra cost to work there?"
What are your thoughts?
ing at the answers I noticed this one:
"Sure - a resounding yes. With license plate recognition technologies we paved the way for road toll collection..."
I took a second look and wondered out loud what would happen if license plate recognition technology could be used to capture names of employees whose cars are parked in any one company's parking lot. Hmmmm? Sure, you'll miss a few (visitors, etc) but WOWoWOW!…