None, re-worded the job description when I started asking questions.
Applicant: I am not sure I understand. You want me to enroll in a class and pay you a fee up front?
Recruiter: Are you sure this is for you? Have you had this, that, and the other class?
Applicant: Doesn't your fee come from the hiring company? I meet the descriptions of the job.
Recruiter: I don't think this is for you. I need to shove more mashed potatoes in my mouth. Menos
I don't remember my estimate, but the point of the question is that the actual numerical answer doesn't matter. All that matters is that your answer is logical and would give you some decent pathway to calculating a real answer. Menos
They were interested in technicals skills and products I worked on. The LTC area seemed to be an area where there was opportunity for someone with detailed expertise in pricing valuation and review of experience data.
Provided examples of more difficult situations that I had dealt with in areas of non forfeiture testing , product design in areas where there was more risk and volatility. They were very nice and professional. The lady from HR asked me what my ideal job and work environment was. I felt they were working in a good manner to ensure they got a good match. Menos