Between 2010 and 2015, I have been shortlisted for one or more job interviews from the below 99 companies and organisations based in France, Italy, Spain and the UK*.
Out of these 99 companies, I have carried out a total of 120 job interviews, 76 in person and 44 over the phone or on Skype; 3 were group interviews, and 15 times the interview never took place for interesting reasons.
21 times I have been offered a job, a paid internship or a regular freelance position after the interview; I only accepted 6 offers.
* This list doesn’t include the companies that have contacted me for irregular freelance assignments nor those that have shortlisted me for written tests or assessments but haven’t invited me for a job interview at the end. It doesn’t include either the companies or organisations that interviewed me between 2003 and 2009 in Italy, France and Belgium.
The recruitment agencies behind several of these roles are not mentioned here either, but please consider that I have also had additional and often appalling interviews with their sneaky bald recruiters, both for these and other positions for which I didn’t get the interview at the end. They all are not counted here.
This is purely a list of employers that have shortlisted me for one or more telephone or in-person job interviews for permanent roles, temporary contracts and paid internships in that period of time.