Bidding Strategy -- Interviewing for multiple offices

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inchipwetrust
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Bidding Strategy -- Interviewing for multiple offices

Postby inchipwetrust » Fri Jun 26, 2015 3:12 pm

I am in the midst of bidding and wondering if when firms are interviewing for multiple offices at OCI does it matter which location I bid for if I am open to an SA at multiple offices? For example, I am targeting either DC or NYC market and most firms interview for both. Will it hurt me if I were to bid for the DC location instead of NYC since DC is more competitive or does it not matter and I just tell them in the interview (if I got one)? I know its a lottery system and we're supposed to tell them in the interview if we're interested in more than one location and maybe I answered my own question but just wanted some advice so I don't put myself at a disadvantage. Thanks.

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Re: Bidding Strategy -- Interviewing for multiple offices

Postby mylifeis24 » Fri Jun 26, 2015 3:44 pm

inchipwetrust wrote:we're supposed to tell them in the interview if we're interested in more than one location




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