I've got a video interview with a recruiter next week, and yes I've read the countless bad reviews regarding Keypoint, even with everything telling me to run, I think I'm still going to try and take the opportunity. I'm a vet and a recent grad so I feel like there's a good shot I can get the job.
I've been working in the firearms industry for the last year and a half and I'm tired of working under a fluorescent lamp that's powered by my soul. I feel like this would be a good opportunity for me to get some 'investigative' experience. Does anyone have any advice on what I can expect during the video interview? Any other insight as to what life would be like working for Keypoint would be greatly appreciated.