(Also applies for Product Marketing Manager, Associates, Operations Manager, HR/Recruiter and Business Managers)
Last update: February 23, 2024. (This update was a rather big one. I have updated the content significantly based on feedback and added more questions that were asked to my recently hired colleagues in similar departments.)
With the recent hiring slowdown and continued layoffs in 2024, getting an offer from Microsoft is much more challenging and it requires a perfect interview. Increase your chances by studying answers from recent employees that got them into Microsoft.
After a long process, I completed my interview at Microsoft for a Program Manager II role at Redmond and recently started working at the Redmond Campus.
I have created a detailed document that gives all the details of my interviews:
- How to get an interview at Microsoft.
- The questions I've been asked to me and my recently hired colleagues. (More than 150 pages of recent questions & answers with category & type breakdown)
- Me and my colleagues' "winning" answers to them (Those were the answers that got us into Microsoft).
- Behavioral Questions for managers and individual contributors.
- Many other crucial information that will help you stand out.
I am pretty sure that this Microsoft Interview Questions and Answers downloadable book will help you a lot during your interviews. The questions and the process also apply to manager roles in different global offices since they have a pretty standard process across the board.
Microsoft constantly finds itself in the "Top Companies to Work For" lists, and it is not a surprise. With its products and services used by more than a billion people, it is one of the best-known companies in the world. It has many offices around the world and it is known to make its employees really feel like they belong. I hope that you get a job offer here!
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